End of An Era in Columbus

An era is officially over. Even if you thought that the Crew’s new look had started a couple months ago when Precourt Sports Ventures bought the club from the Hunt family, there can be no doubts now. Robert Warzcyha was sacked on Monday after 18 years, in some sort of capacity, with the club. He […]

Crew Crash Back to Earth vs RSL

​The fall back to the Earth is always more sudden than the initial climb. After 2 straight Federico Higuain inspired wins, the air in the Crew’s playoff balloon was popped by Real Salt Lake. RSL was coming into Saturday’s game still atop of the Western Conference with a great chance at taking home the 2013 […]

Crew Find Winning Ways Against Red Bulls

Losing game after game can take a lot out of a supporter. The Columbus Crew was desperately in need of some magic going into Saturday’s home game against the New York Red Bulls. The Crew had lost 3 straight and 6 out of 7 since the beginning of July. The team was sliding into oblivion, […]

Crew Suffer First Defeat in Toronto

The Columbus Crew traveled into Canada to play Toronto FC on Saturday in a matchup that both teams would probably have regarded as a “must win” beforehand. Crew forward Jairo Arrieta was back from international duty, Matias Sanchez was back from his yellow card suspension, and Agustin Viana was also back from his prolonged injury […]

Crew Fall off Playoff Pace

The MLS season is roughly halfway through and the Columbus Crew haven’t exactly lit the league on fire thus far. Playing in front of the packed crowd at Sporting Park in Kansas City is always a tough sell with a team trying to get out of a mini slump. The Crew had lost 3 out […]

Crew Draw with Red Bulls in Search for Consitency

Every team who wants to be considered serious needs a signature win. The Crew hasn’t had that one moment yet this season, but a win in New York against the red hot Red Bulls would be a perfect chance to silence any critics. With one of the best road records in the MLS, the Crew […]

After Scoreboard Fire Crew Rout United

In the blustery Saturday night air of Columbus Ohio, a banner depicting the words “Light ‘Em Up” flew in the wind. No one knew how literal that sign would turn out to be. A half hour before the Columbus Crew’s home game against rivals DC United was scheduled to kick off, the Crew scoreboard burst […]

Crew Earn Point After Weather Delay

It isn’t often that MLS games in April are forced to be rescheduled because of snow, but the weather in Montreal had other ideas. The Columbus Crew was forced to wait an extra day in Canada as large snow snowfall forced the game to be pushed back one day until Sunday. Ironically, given the weather […]

Crew Earn Point in Home Opener

This MLS season now feels official after 2 consecutive west coast road games for the Crew. In a round of games dubbed “Rivalry Week”, Columbus played their home opener against a team from the opposite side of the country. Despite the freezing weather, more than 16,000 fans showed up at Crew Stadium against the 2012 […]

Columbus Crew 2013 Season Preview

The 2013 MLS season is nearly upon us. For Columbus Crew fans, last season was a year to be proud of in a lot of ways, but it failed at the most crucial benchmark: Making the playoffs. Perhaps the most excruciating part about not being able to take part in the postseason was how well […]

Problems Arise for Crew Ahead of Match with DC

Okay, okay, Columbus you got me. Funny joke, you are playing this badly to get me to laugh right? I get it, you are messing with me, right? Somehow I don’t think you are joking, however the way you are playing is a joke. I remember the days of when teams would come to Columbus […]

Up and Down Crew Head to New England

The Crew have had a season like many seasons before, marred with injuries. This recent international break should help the Crew get back to being a healthy team. Though they have lost William Hesmer and Tommy Heinemann, others have been able to step up and take their place, most notably Andy Gruenebaum and Aaron Schoenfeld. […]

Crew Try to Get Back on Track

The Crew seem to be playing the same old song and dance. The problems from last year are manifesting this year. Eddie Gavin said it best, “I just don’t think we have been dynamic enough.” Well said good sir. The midfield is disjointed. I sit here trying to think of better words but that keeps […]

Crew Head to Colorado to Open Season

With every new season comes new hopes, the hope of a championship, the hope to be competitive, or the hope to stay healthy through a whole season. These hopes are in the fans and the players. With that, the hardest working team in America, the Columbus Crew, open this season’s hopes in Colorado. Last year […]