Wednesday, July 30, 2014
After eight straight losses, New England finally picked up a victory with a 3-0 win over the Colorado Rapids.
Ben Olsen's men capped off a 4-0-0 month of July with a comprehensive win over Toronto FC at RFK Stadium.
The Algerian heads to Philadelphia, joining a deep stable of goalkeepers at PPL Park.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The clubs swapped midfielders in their mid-20s as a spate of MLS trades continued Tuesday.
The Galaxy winger notched a goal and two assists in the first half of the visitors' 3-0 win over the Sounders on Monday night.
The turn of the century side is part of this year’s induction class as the Team of Distinction.
The veteran midfielder is the fifth announced member of the 2015 expansion side and will join a Norwegian club on loan.
With veteran Jeff Parke sidelined, Ben Olsen's club has moved for back line assistance ahead of a busy stretch of matches.
The Galaxy coach said the team's light MLS slate to kick off 2014 was a "terrible schedule" that made it "difficult to get our team moving in the right direction."
Monday, July 28, 2014
The 31-year-old defender played his former side Portland Timbers in his first game with Montreal, and a late-game error left his new patrons empty-handed.
Despite creating numerous scoring chances, defensive lapses resulted in a 2-2 draw at BC Place.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Sporting Kansas City is aiming to repeat as MLS Cup champion, and its coach knows that playing at home in the postseason could be the difference.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Head coach Ryan Nelsen admitted that his team didn't do enough to win against the reigning MLS champs, but still felt that the level of officiating was below par.
Friday, July 25, 2014
The 23-year-old defensive midfielder started two matches for the Catrachos at the World Cup and joins Houston on loan from Olimpia.
The Brazilian goalkeeper returns to his parent club after playing seven MLS games on loan.
As difficult as it is to tell one of Marco Di Vaio or Jack McInerney to sit out, playing with an extra man in midfield is probably the best solution for last-place Montreal.
Sigi Schmid's team could set itself up to make history with a win - and maybe secure its future as the league's preeminent club.
The Houston president said that his club is in negotiations with a central midfielder who started three games in Brazil.
The Honduran striker joins Belgrano for a yearlong loan after scoring just four goals in two years as a designated player.
Houston hasn't won a match since mid-May, but will be hoping the U.S. veteran can provide the spark necessary to help the Dynamo climb back into the Eastern playoff race.