Whitecaps Earn Cascadia Victory

On Saturday night the Whitecaps hosted the Seattle Sounders for the second time this year. The Whitecaps were desperate to show both their coach and their fans that the poor performances against Montreal and Colorado were just a speed bump. Thanks to a stunning long range goal from Sebastian Fernandez the home team held on […]


RSL Down Revolution 2-1 with Two PK Finishes

The New England Revolution lost their fourth straight match on Saturday when they were down 2-1 by Real Salt Lake. Both of Salt Lake’s goals came from the penalty spot with Javier Morales and Jao Plata converting. The Revolution’s lone strike came from Darrius Barnes. Salt Lake controlled play for the majority of the opening […]


Surging Reds take on Fire at Toyota Park in Mid-Week Clash

Tonight marks TFC’s second match back since the World Cup break ended. I mention that fact because having been completely swept up in the hype of the World Cup, their first match back against the Red Bulls last Saturday completely caught me off guard…I’m sure I wasn’t the only one.


Revolution Continue to Skid as they Lose to the Union

The New England Revolution’s return to league action didn’t go as planned as they were defeated 3-1 by the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night. Sebastian Le Toux had two goals for the visitors with Danny Cruz adding a single. The Revolution’s lone tally came from Saer Sene. While the Revolution limped into the World Cup […]


Vancouver Continue Busy Week

After settling for a 0-0 draw at BC Place against Montreal Impact the Whitecaps hit the road again as they head to Colorado to face the Rapids. I predicted in my mid-week preview article for the game against the Impact that we would see an action packed game full of blistering counter-attacks by Vancouver. I […]

Timbers Face Kansas City For The Second Time This Week

Returning to Major League Soccer play, the Portland Timbers host Sporting Kansas City in the teams’ second meeting in just four days. A Gaston Fernandez brace and Will Johnson PK put the Timbers over SKC 3-1 and into the US Open Cup quarterfinals. Portland looks to be in good shape to take three crucial points […]

Jermaine Jones

MLS Must Capitalize on World Cup Success

If you’re around my age you remember the time when skateboarding “made it”. Tony Hawk was everywhere from video games to cereal boxes. Everyone watched the X Games because it was the hot new thing. Then the X Games would end and everyone went back to watching baseball and waiting for football to start. Sound familiar?

Timbers – Sporting Kansas City USOC 4th Round Preview

The Portland Timbers head to Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kansas to take on Sporting Kansas City in the fifth round of the 2014 US Open Cup. This is the first meeting between the two teams so far this season, but it isn’t the last. SKC and the PTFC face each other later this week […]


Revolution Advance in the Open Cup Thanks to Rookies

The New England Revolution advanced in the US Open Cup after defeating the Richmond Kickers 3-2 on Wednesday night. The Revolution rookies were on full display as Steve Neumann and Patrick Mullins each earned an assist and a goal. Stephen McCarthy rounded out the scoring to help setup a fifth round meeting with the Rochester […]


Kennedy and Cubo Clasico

When writing about the “SuperClasico” in the past I have often pointed out straight away that I am not a fan of this name. Simply because the rivalry does not normally live up to such a name and we are left wondering what is super about it, and how it can be described as classic.


Revolution Bested by Red Bulls

The New England Revolution will go into the World Cup break on a two-game losing streak as they were downed 2-0 by the New York Red Bulls on Sunday. Eric Alexander and Peguy Luyindula notched goals for the Red Bulls to give the team its first win at Gillette Stadium since 2002. For the second […]