Struggling Whitecaps bid farewell to old turf and welcome RSL

After storming out of the gate, the Vancouver Whitecaps have now hit a bump in the road. After picking up a 4-1-1 record in their first 6 games they are now (2-1-4) in their last 7 matches. Despite posting 6 shutouts and only allowing 12 goals against, they are struggling at the other end of […]


Taking Stock of USOC Third Round

As I’m sure you all know by now, the USL went an impressive 6-0-1 (1-0 PK) against the North American Soccer League last night in the Third Round of the United States Open Cup. On top of that, the Sacramento Republic was able to avenge their fallen USL brethren, Arizona United, with a 7-3 drubbing […]


FC Dallas Signs Panamanian International Escobar

Another midfielder has entered the fold in Frisco. FC Dallas signed 33 year old attacking midfielder Rolando Escobar. He joins FCD from Venezuelan Primera side Deportivo Anzoátegui SC, netting 31 goals in 104 appearances.


Week 13 Predictions & Fantasy Lineup

Week 13 is sure to be a treat for us Major League Soccer fans, with 13 games set to be played. While going 4 for 11 with my predictions last week, my fantasy team fared much more successful accumulating 92 points. Benny Feilhaber as my captain registered 40 points alone. Go me! Let’s see how my […]


“Once in a Lifetime” Soccer Movie Review

Instead of pumping out another commentary piece on a subject within U.S. Soccer, I thought it would be fun to play movie critic and officially review my all-time favorite soccer motion picture, “Once in a Lifetime.” The documentary originally released in 2006, chronicles one of the most electric time periods in American soccer history, stemming […]

Crew SC Squander Home Points

In its first nationally televised game of the season the Columbus Crew SC hosted the Chicago Fire in a Friday night rivalry game between the two squads. Chicago came to Columbus fresh off a visit to Yankee Stadium where they saw a two goal lead squandered and came away with a draw. Columbus returns home […]


Week 12 MLS Attendance

Sporting Kansas City v New England Revolution – 18,864 Columbus Crew SC v Chicago Fire – 13,118 LA Galaxy v Houston Dynamo – 20,195 Toronto FC v Portland Timbers – 23,569 New England Revolution v DC United – 15,216 Montreal Impact v FC Dallas – 13,020 Colorado Rapids v Vancouver Whitecaps – 17,791 Real Salt Lake v New York City FC – 20,801 […]

2014 MLS Cup Rematch Is Revolution’s Most Expensive Home Match In May

The road to redemption hasn’t been a struggle thus far for the New England Revolution, as the team sits in second place in the Eastern Conference table, two points behind D.C. United. Their next match on Sunday, May 31 will mean a little extra to the club, as they face the team that defeated them […]


TFC Gets a New Roommate Whether They Like It or Not

The “will they or wont they” saga is finally over. Toronto’s beloved “football” franchise has found itself a new home. As it just so happens, that home is already occupied by Toronto’s other football club.



Week 12 Major League Soccer action is right around the corner as the run of mid-week matchups continues with the Revolution travelling to the heart of the country to battle Sporting KC. Last week I squeaked out a .500% prediction rate going 5 for 10. With the Colorado and Sporting KC match being postponed, I feel […]


Week 11 MLS Attendance

DC United v Orlando City SC – 12,532 New York City FC v Chicago Fire – 23,315 FC Dallas v New York Red Bulls – 12,640 Montreal Impact v Real Salt Lake – 12,158 Vancouver Whitecaps v Seattle Sounders – 21,000 New England Revolution v Toronto FC – 24,269 Houston Dynamo v Portland Timbers – 20,844 San Jose Earthquakes v Columbus Crew […]

Timbers Visit The Houston Dynamo

The second leg of Portland’s three game road trip takes them to Houston, Texas. A city that is currently absorbed with the fate of their National Basketball Association team, the Houston Rockets. While the Dynamo might not be a true rival, the two cities aren’t exactly on friendly terms after the Portland Trailblazers stunned the […]


Jon Busch and his Field of Dreams

In sports we often times forget that the players we are paying to watch day in and day out, were kids and fans once too.  We all too often associate the player and the team he plays for as the end all be all, never really thinking about who the player may have been a fan […]


Since I’ve Been Gone

I’m back! I’ve been working through final projects and exams the last two weeks, and I apologize for the absence. Quite a bit has happened since my brief sabbatical, and I feel it’s only fair that I give you a recap of some of the major stories for both your benefit, and, especially, mine. After […]