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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Here we go again, kids. Major League Soccer action is upon us in just a few minutes, with a mid-week clash between Kaka and Orlando City, as they battle Ben Olsen’s DC United. Last week I once again fell below the .500% mark with my predictions, going 5 of 12. Let’s see how my predictions go […]
DC United have a lot of matches to play in the next few weeks. “How many”, you ask? They play SEVEN matches in four rounds. Seven. That’s a lot. Obviously, Ben Olsen’s going to have to manage his players’ fitness and rotate accordingly, but if you find the right players, you can stand to profit over the […]
Soul-sucking. Deflating. Like the feeling you got when you’d do something bad and get caught by your parents, but they wouldn’t come down hard on you, they’d just tell you they were “disappointed in you”. What a horrible feeling. Disappointment is worse than rage because disappointment breeds apathy.
Since 2009, when the Seattle Sounders graced the MLS with its presence they started off on the wrong foot with the holding Champions, Columbus Crew SC. The Sounders had sniped coach Sigi Schmid from Columbus who took Brad Evans across the country with him. From that moment on, to say that Columbus was not a […]
Houston Dynamo v San Jose Earthquakes – 16,018 Real Salt Lake v LA Galaxy – 19,296 Orlando City SC v New England Revolution – 27,243 Colorado Rapids v San Jose Earthquakes – 14,169 Chicago Fire v Real Salt Lake – 16,017 Montreal Impact v Portland Timbers – 13,020 Vancouver Whitecaps v Philadelphia Union – 20,183 DC United v Sporting Kansas City – 16,221 […]
By:Anay Patel San Francisco is one of the strongest professional sports markets in the country. From the 5 time Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers that dominated the football scene in the 80s and 90s, to the Barry Bonds era of the 2000s and the 3 time World Series Champion SF Giants, and now the […]
Tampa Bay Rowdies v.s Ottawa Fury FC Last week Tampa Bay played to a 1-1 draw . They are trying to close the gap between the 1st place New York Cosmos. Today the Rowdies will be without Georgi , who got send off last week and will serve a 1 match ban , week 6. […]
This may appear to be the most depleted Galaxy lineup in years to step into Frisco. Robbie Keane will be out. Landon Donovan has retired.
Coming home from Montreal with anything less than three points today is a failure for the Portland Timbers. A win puts the PTFC a handful of points away from the top and just outside the playoff line. Losing isn’t something that the Timbers Army will accept.