The Philadelphia Union and the Colorado Rapids kick off their 2015 MLS campaigns this Saturday night at PPL Park. For two clubs with such bright futures heading into last season, the arrows seem to be pointing in opposite directions for the teams this year.
Go back to the day after the 2014 All-Star game when Landon Donovan announced his retirement and you can see my prediction for what MLS Cup would be: The Red Bulls at the LA Galaxy. If not for a missed handball that was ruled a goal, I would have been correct in this prediction. So, […]
The day has finally arrived, it is matchday 1 for the 2015 MLS season. With that in mind I figured it is time to unveil my utterly useless predictions for this year. I have listed how I believe each team will be ranked at the conclusion of the regular season, followed by playoff predictions, end […]
Despite 40 years of rich history, including 2 MLS Cups, 2 Supporters Shields, and some time in the old NASL, the Quakes have yet to find a place that they can call home. After bouncing around college stadiums for years, San Jose will finally be opening beautiful Avaya Stadium this season. The stadium is located […]
Greetings, fellow Fantasy MLS managers! This is the last chance to tweak your Fantasy MLS lineups before the first MLS match of 2015. The lineups for this week lock on Friday, March 6 at 9:00PM Central. If you haven’t created a team yet, there’s still time – visit http://fantasy.mlssoccer.com to get started! To help you […]
“Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.” – Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr “The more things change, the more they stay the same” is a rough French to English translation of the proverb above. If there was ever a quote to describe the history of Toronto FC, that just about sums it up.
We are set to kickoff the 2015 MLS season with all 20 teams in action between 10 matches over a 3 day span. Let’s have some fun by looking into our crystal balls and predicting the results. Who do you have winning this week? What is the match you are most looking forward to viewing? For […]
In a league full of coaching changes, the Houston Dynamo always had stability in that area. All of that changed at the end of the 2014 season. The only coach Houston has ever known, Dominic Kinnear left to take the head job in San Jose, leaving the Dynamo to do something they’ve never done, hire […]
THERE WILL BE MLS THIS WEEKEND! If you’ve been living under a rock or are not following Total-MLS you might have missed the news that Wednesday evening the Player’s Union & the League came to an agreement on a 5 year CBA. Not everyone is happy though. MLS: – Now that soccer will officially happen […]
Oscar Pareja has enough good will from the Dallas faithful: will it at all last the 2015 season?
This offseason and accompanying preseason has been the complete opposite for the Vancouver Whitecaps when compared to the previous year. In fact, this offseason can be likened to sitting on a beach in Bora Bora when you look back at the drama that took place just over a year ago.
Sporting Kansas City sure has changed a lot since their 2013 MLS Cup championship. They experienced their worst stretch since being the Wizards late last year and they limped into the Eastern Conference playoffs. Tired, injured and just flat out feeling defeated, SKC’s season ended in rather lackluster fashion as they lost to the New […]
Fresh off a trip to MLS Cup, anticipation for the 2015 season is high for New England Revolution fans. With a talented core returning, another run at hardware is certainly a possibility. Still, nothing is guaranteed in the unpredictable world of Major League Soccer. With this in mind, here are the top reasons why the […]
It was Crewsmas Eve and all through the city not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. All Tifo’s were hung in the stands with care in the hopes that St. Frankie soon would be there…
The guys talk about the new CBA and then preview the Western Conference.