The New England Revolution and Chicago Fire swapped first half goals en route to a 1-1 draw. Quincy Amarikwa continued his torrid form by scoring in the 16th minute, but Lee Nguyen brought the game level with a 31st minute penalty kick. The drama climaxed late as referee Sorin Stoica gave two red cards and […]
Rare goals from Kevin Alston and Jerry Bengtson helped the New England Revolution take full points from the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night. Alston’s goal, which came in the 68th minute, was the first of his MLS career. Meanwhile, Bengtson’s stoppage time tally was his first since Mar. 9, 2013. The Revs (2-3-1) will now […]
Real Salt Lake entered Saturday’s match against the Philadelphia Union as one of two remaining unbeaten teams in Major League Soccer. As of the end of Match Week 6 and following FC Dallas’s loss, RSL now stands as MLS’s lone unbeaten squad, a notable accomplishment given the side’s particularly difficult opening schedule. RSL returns home […]
It’s five weeks into the 2014 MLS season and the Portland Timbers offense is just starting to click. This couldn’t come at any better time. Chivas USA currently sits two points above the Portland Timbers. Despite that, Caleb Porter’s group found nothing but success against the Goats in 2013, tallying nine goals for two wins […]
High times in Frisco will be tempered quickly with the arrival of Clint Dempsey’s Seattle Sounders.
The Whitecaps play the first game of a home and away series versus the Galaxy at the StubHub Center this weekend. The last trip to LA earlier this year ended with Kekuta Manneh rescuing a point against a 10 man Chivas USA. Since joining MLS in 2011, Vancouver has never picked up a point on […]
The long wait is finally over. The 2014 NASL season is about to get underway, and the first week of games provides fans with some exciting matchups as we start the new campaign. The Cosmos and Silverbacks will take each other on in a rematch of the 2013 Soccer Bowl, Minnesota and San Antonio continue […]
The Tampa Bay Rowdies had a very eventful offseason, following their 2013 season. The Rowdies introduced a new owner, GM and star striker during the winter and are heading into the 2014 season with high hopes. The Rowdies are two-ish years removed from their NASL title and the club had an entertaining 2013 season. The club ishoping their scoring momentum […]
Since the last post, Sporting Kansas City has had some up’s and down’s but those down’s seem to be as deep as the Mariana Trench. After having a 1-0 lead against Cruz Azul in the CONCACAF Champions League, Sporting KC was, for lack of a better term, embarrassed in Mexico losing 5-1. I’m not going […]
The undefeated Whitecaps were handed their first loss of the season by the Colorado Rapids and it was a tough pill to swallow for all 21,000 in attendance. The home team took the lead in the 2nd half only to go down to 10 men and soon after concede 2 goals.
For the second time in 4 matches, TFC has shocked both their opponent and their supporters. The first surprise was against a strong Seattle side. The second was this past Saturday against an unbeaten Columbus side on the season, and a team that has had Toronto’s number since they joined MLS.
For the second offseason running, the Scorpions have had a serious makeover, with only a handful of players set to return to the club in 2014. San Antonio would love to erase the memory of their disappointing 2013 season by getting off to a hot start in the upcoming campaign. Their total additions in the offseason have been […]
Ottawa Fury FC joins Indy Eleven as the one of the expansion clubs for the 2014 NASL season, marking the second Canadian team in the league. Ottawa has a recent history of soccer above the border, as the Fury were previously a USL Premier Development League team. The Fury will now play in the second […]
Adversity is part of sports, and while every team faces adversity, only the greatest find a way to overcome it. Real Salt Lake has already encountered adversity this season in the form of a rash of injuries while facing one of MLS’s most difficult early-season schedules. How has it reacted to this challenge?
The black and red finally have something to be truly happy about. DC United broke their terrible winless streak in MLS dating back to August 2013, with a 2-0 win over the New England Revolution on Saturday night. It was a night DC supporters and players alike will cherish. DC United took the lead after an own […]