The guys discuss CONCACAF Champions League, happiness in Dallas, sadness in Colorado, and all kinds of random side discussions break out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceAOADv7eBk
Tuesday has been avenged. Goals that seemed so difficult to find in the USOC semifinal were plucked effortlessly from Buck Shaw as FCD throttled San Jose. With two wins already against Pareja in 2014, San Jose could be painted as 2014′s bogey team. But five goals, three coming from Tesho Akindele and two from Fabian […]
The Portland Timbers are a long way from home right now. 4,656 miles as the crow (not the chartered jet) flies, to be exact. They took a ten hour plus flight from Boston, MA following a 1-1 draw with the New England Revolution to take on Guyana’s Alpha United in the CONCACAF Champions League’s Group Stage.
Sunday night, after D.C. United finished kicking the Colorado Rapids all over RFK Stadium, I decided to pause and take a look at the Supporters’ Shield race as it currently stands. Needless to say, it’s about as close as you can ask for, with six teams within striking distance of MLS’s regular season crown. I […]
For the second straight game the New England Revolution dropped points despite scoring an early goal. On Saturday, Charlie Davies’ first half strike was equaled by Liam Ridgewell’s first ever MLS goal. The game ultimately ended 1-1, meaning that the Revs and Timbers would share the spoils. The first shot of the game occurred after […]
On Wednesday, the Sounders ran roughshod over the Chicago Fire in the US Open Cup semifinal, scoring 6 goals in a blowout victory.
After back to back victories against hated eastern conference rivals, Montreal Impact and Columbus Crew, TFC heads into their weekend match up against Sporting KC in a “must win” if the Reds hope to catch the defending champs in the standings.
After their convincing victory over Sporting KC last weekend the Vancouver Whitecaps (7-4-11) head south to take on Chivas USA (6-11-5). This will be the 3rd meeting between these teams this season.
The Portland Timbers are bringing everyone to Foxborough where they face the New England Revolution this Saturday at 4:30PM PT. Right after the match 18 Timbers will head from New England down South to Guyana for their first CONCACAF Champions League match. This trip leads to questions about Portland’s starting XI against a Revs club that […]
Diego Valeri’s first half curler and Rodney Wallace’s first goal since 2013 put the Portland Timbers up 2-0 over Chivas USA. The win keeps the Timbers in seventh place, tied on points with Colorado and two behind the fifth place Vancouver Whitecaps.
The guys talk about Landon Donovan, the MLS All Star Game, Eddie Johnson going after fans, Seattle’s field, US Open Cup semifinals, and more.
After suffering from lack of offensive output for the past few weeks the deadly Vancouver offense started to show signs of its former self. The Whitecaps looked like a team desperate for points and were deserving of their 2-0 victory over the reigning MLS champions. However, Vancouver was not firing on all cylinders and should […]
Sporting KC had an unbeaten streak going as far back as May 31. We all knew it would eventually end at some point and it would end after eight games in one of the most disheartening ways.
After allowing D.C. United to escape the RioT last year, U.S. Open Cup title in tow, despite allowing only one shot on goal, Real Salt Lake promptly steamrolled a stunned D.C. United squad over the first 15 minutes of Saturday’s match between the two teams, going on to win 3-0.
In what was the return of former striker Jack McInerney to PPL Park, the Union beat the Montreal Impact 2-1 thanks to two goals from Sebastien Le Toux.