Marquee rivalries, including a Cascadia Cup clash between the Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers, highlight the MLS weekend slate.
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Thursday, August 27, 2015
The Chicago Fire have confirmed the transfer of the Scottish playmaker to Hull City, ending his unproductive stint in MLS.
After many years of disappointment, Vancouver finally claimed the Voyageurs Cup after a professional second-leg performance over Montreal Impact.
After a disappointing start to his MLS career, the striker has scored four goals over the Chicago Fire's past three matches.
The Seattle Sounders lost for the first time in the CONCACAF Champions League this season, while San Francisco upstaged Queretaro.
The Whitecaps claimed their first competitive trophy since joining Major League Soccer by virtue of a two-goal victory over the Impact.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Chicago Fire finally had a reason to celebrate with a shock victory, while Kevin Doyle claimed a win for the Colorado Rapids.
The former Liverpool star has been backed by his new coach for a successful coaching career in the future.
After a 2-2 first-leg draw, the Montreal Impact and Vancouver Whitecaps seem ready for more soccer fireworks at BC Place on Wednesday night.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
The Whitecaps head into Wednesday night's Canadian Championship finale with a slight advantage thanks to two away goals.
The newly signed Panamanian has made the difference for an Earthquakes team on a three-game winning streak, writes Thomas Floyd.
Monday, August 24, 2015
The LA Galaxy stars put on a display for the ages, while Didier Drogba made his highly anticipated debut in the headlining acts of a memorable week for MLS stars.
The Union closed the book on their disastrous relationship with the Algerian goalkeeper, who has been exiled from the team since April.
The San Jose Earthquakes, the LA Galaxy and Toronto FC landed multiple players on our MLS Team of the Week after delivering blowout victories.
The Republic of Ireland international struck twice as Bruce Arena's men easily overcame the challenge of New York City FC.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
MLS is signing more international stars than ever before, but the talent influx hasn't changed the fact the LA Galaxy are the team to beat, and Robbie Keane is the class of the ...
Sunday's LA Galaxy win wasn't perfect but was still close to an ideal match for Major League Soccer, writes Jon Arnold.
LA Galaxy thrashed New York City FC, with Robbie Keane starring for the hosts - who went top of the Western Conference.
Overcoming the sting of last weekend’s loss at Sporting Kansas City, Vancouver put in a solid shift in defeating Western Conference rival FC Dallas.
Real Salt Lake continued its strong record at Rio Tinto Stadium with a victory over the new-look Sounder.