Through two weeks, Major League Soccer’s season has been a socialist-loving, parity-heavy league. An entire league with the on-field fervor of #OccupyWallSt and a Bernie Sanders rally rolled into one. The league’s rich are getting eaten alive! West coast kingpin/purported … Continued
Toronto travels to Philly and the LA Galaxy venture out east to face NYCFC in the biggest MLS games of the weekend.
The Premier League is back, with a new name and a whole lot more money. The rich got richer over the offseason, with Manchester United grabbing two of the biggest names out there and Chelsea grabbing everyone’s favorite manager. But … Continued
Find out the winners and losers at the close of the MLS transfer window!
The 2016 International Champions Cup continues the final stretch of its U.S.A./Europe leg, we already saw Real Madrid take down Bayern Munich and AC Milan fall to Chelsea FC and this weekend brings us more action! Live from London, Liverpool and Barcelona, two … Continued
The roster of MLS All-Stars who are going to take on Arsenal is set. It is largely who anyone predicted. They will be wearing very blue uniforms. They will likely lose to the perennial contender for 4th place in the EPL. … Continued
When a stateside soccer fan is coming down from the high of Portugal’s improbable run to European domination, or Chile gleefully chomp their way through the Copa America Centenario, they are faced with an important, nearly existential question: is MLS … Continued
France was able to withstand an hour of German pressure – insert your own Maginot Line joke here– and come out the Euro semifinal with a 2-0 victory and a date in the finals with Portugal (Sunday at 3:00 pm … Continued
As Karni Arnason leapt over Wayne Rooney and headed the ball onto Ragnar Sigurdsson’s foot, he didn’t just get the game-tying assist. He also made American history. Way back in the early 2000s, Arnason was a college kid. He played … Continued
It is not like the United States stood much of a chance against Argentina in the Copa America semifinals. The safest thing to do was to keep men behind the ball and hope that Dempsey might do something clever. Or … Continued
It was less than two weeks ago when I wrote that the US Men’s National Team was relying on hope and completely hopeless. Five goals, none conceded, and a manageable quarterfinal matchup against Ecuador later and I’m forced to face … Continued