Thursday, September 18, 2014
The 2014 Major League Soccer regular season has reached its closing weeks, and with playoff races heating up, there are several matches you won't want to miss.
Alex Morgan helped seal the United States women's national team 4-0 victory over CONCACAF foe Mexico on Thursday night.
The most successful coach in league history was hit with a $20,000 fine after speaking out over a failed bid to woo U.S. national team midfielder Sacha Kljestan.
The commissioner says the club's future will depend on its ownership situation and says the league hasn't made a decision on a potential shutdown.
The new crest will take effect in 2015, and also contains 21 different color schemes for the league's 21 clubs to use next season.
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
The Scotsman was linked to take over for the U.S. Open Cup finalist, but the club's CEO has played down that talk.
The forward won the first piece of club silverware in his career, scoring the winning goal in the Seattle Sounders' extra-time victory against the Philadelphia Union.
Philadelphia produced an intense performance to force Seattle to extra time, and came close to winning several times.
The visitors scored twice in extra time, with Clint Dempsey earning the first club trophy of his illustrious career.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The Seattle Sounders boast the best record in Major League Soccer, but they still won't be considered heavy favorites against a tough Union side.
The FC Dallas striker scored a pair of impressive goals in his side's 2-1 win over Vancouver.
Monday, September 15, 2014
With a win over the Philadelphia Union, Seattle will grab its fourth Open Cup title in six years.
The former No. 1 overall pick has found a rhythm playing on the left flank as the Philadelphia Union aim for their first trophy.
The United States goalkeeper has solidified her claim as the best American to play the position, but other elements aren't so straightforward.
The American internationals are the top-rated players in MLS on EA Sports' latest soccer offering.
The Philadelphia Union keep thriving under interim head coach Jim Curtin, but his fate could come down to Tuesday's U.S. Open Cup final.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
The World Cup goalscorer played his first 45 minutes in the German top flight, and will hope to build on his minutes as the season progresses.
Robbie Keane missed another penalty kick on Sunday afternoon, as the Galaxy could only draw 1-1 at San Jose.
The U.S. winger got off to a good start with the Championship club, grabbing a first-half assist in a 1-1 draw against Leeds United.