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 Columbus Crew have secured a 3rd place Eastern Conference finish and will play the New England Revolution in the first round of the playoffs.
The Crew managed a resounding victory at home on Saturday night against the Houston Dynamo. It was the 2nd straight emphatic home victory for the Crew, and this great run of form looks to be coming at the perfect time for the Crew’s playoff push.
Columbus took home only 1 point in a thrilling contest in Portland against the Timbers. Gregg Berhalter had mentioned his intentions to switch around some of the squad due to the inept performances in recent weeks, but his decision was forced for this game with a couple members leaving for international duty.
The Columbus Crew has been beaten for the third match in a row, winless in 7 matches, and hasn’t scored a goal in the last 321 minutes of MLS play. Vancouver continued a decent run with their second consecutive win.
The Columbus Crew are becoming somewhat of a late game heroics type of team, despite the season being so young. For the second game in 4 games, the Crew scored deep into stoppage time to salvage some points. This time it was Hector Jimenez, and the Crew was able to escape from a relatively miserable day against […]
The Columbus Crew has started the season undefeated at 3-0-0 and continues to improve the record for best start to a season in club history. The black and gold played in front of a very hostile crowd in Seattle on Saturday night and came away with all 3 points in a combative match.
The Columbus Crew has started off the season with two straight wins for the first time in club history. A road victory against the struggling DC United is one thing, but a 2-1 win at home, against a good Philadelphia Union side, is just the thing to bring the Crew back into the collective MLS […]
Every year, when the beginning of March rolls around, the MLS season starts with a sense of optimism for supporters around the league. This year is no different for the fans of the black and yellow of the Columbus Crew. It’s a season about new beginnings, fresh starts, redemption and revenge. 2014 is a season […]
Going into the Saturday night game in New England, the black and gold had to win their final two games of the season (both against the New England Revolution) and hope for results in other places around the MLS to go in their favor. The Revolution themselves were still vying for a playoff spot coming […]
The Brian Bliss – Columbus Crew era is officially on a hot streak. The Crew welcomed rivals Chicago Fire to Crew Stadium on Saturday in a clash that would go a long way in deciding the playoff fates of both teams. The Crew came into the game 4 points behind Chicago, in 8th place and […]
Optimism abounds in Columbus again. It’s been a while since a little bit of enthusiasm has surfaced in Ohio. A lot of credit has to be given to Brian Bliss and the way he has stepped up to the interim coaching job he was thrust into a month ago. Bliss seems to have instilled some […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]