Goal's United States and Mexico columnists answered your 2014 World Cup, Major League Soccer and CONCACAF questions
Thursday, March 13, 2014
After a 1-0 defeat to the LA Galaxy, Tijuana coach Cesar Farias' post-match message was consistent.
Mexican clubs have long dominated CONCACAF's top club competition, but a few teams from north of the border made a case for MLS.
A fortunate bounce and some solid defensive work helped LA win a first-leg edge over Tijuana.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Kansas City is in the driver's seat after defeating Cruz Azul 1-0 at Sporting Park thanks to Kevin Ellis' first senior goal.
The trip to Los Angeles to face the Galaxy is the shortest road trip Tijuana has made in recent memory. Will it help improve Xolos' woeful away form?
Cruz Azul will face a rude welcome in what Sporting supporters term "The Blue Hell" when the clubs meet in a CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal.
The Red Devils' goalkeeper deflected questions about the possibility of putting on the gloves for Mexico in this summer's World Cup.
Ronaldo, Messi and Rooney earn lavish salaries beyond the wildest dreams of most players and fans - Goal debates the vast financial gulf between the elite and the rest
It was in the script all along. San Jose found an equalizer in the dying seconds of the match to rescue a draw against Liga MX side Toluca in the CONCACAF Champions League.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Striker Marco Fabian is working to get back to his best and stake a claim for a spot on Mexico's World Cup team.
The first of three CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals pitting an MLS side against a Liga MX team takes place Tuesday.
Monday, March 10, 2014
The Gallos Blancos are in deep financial trouble, with owner Amado Yanez unable to play wages in the midst of a fraud investigation.
The Mexico striker, who is said to be unsettled at Old Trafford, is attracting interest from across Europe and the Premier League champions are prepared to let him go
The U.S. U-20 internationals have been mentioned in the same breath for as long as they've been on the soccer scene. Now, they're both trying to carve their own way.
While some of the world game's biggest names made the final shortlist, there are plenty of very wealthy men who fell short of the top 10.
The Real Madrid star takes over from retired 2013 winner David Beckham at the top of our index, with Samuel Eto'o, Wayne Rooney and Kaka rounding off the top five.
Former Chilean international and Toluca player Fabian Estay tells Goal that MLS could get the same benefit Liga MX does by participating in the continental competition.
Friday, March 7, 2014
Goal gives you the TV listings for the 10th week of Liga MX.