Thursday, July 24, 2014
The Vancouver Whitecaps center back is calling it a career after 11 professional seasons and 25 U.S. national team caps.
The former Chelsea midfielder will be the latest aging star to join Major League Soccer after inking a deal with the expansion franchise that will enter the league in 2015.
The England striker scored from the penalty spot and tapped home from close-range as the Premier League giants ran riot at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in the Dutchman's first game.
The Reds stormed back from a two-goal deficit in an exciting second half that required a late goal from the Premier League side to secure the victory.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
The veteran left back returns to MLS for the first time since leaving the Chicago Fire for PSV in 2004.
The Dynamo acquired top spot in the MLS allocation order in the deal, which paves the way for the Texas side to possibly sign USMNT star DaMarcus Beasley.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
The Sporting Kansas City striker is tied for second in MLS with 14 goals but missed out on the honor.
The American center back may have cemented legend status in soccer hotbed Kansas City, and his decision to stay shows the USA is facing some of the same challenges Mexico faces.
Monday, July 21, 2014
The 12-year-old forward signed a one-day contract with the club as a part of festivities organized by Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic.
The LA Galaxy forward followed his two-goal, two-assist performance against New England on Wednesday with another strike at Kansas City on Saturday.
Sunday, July 20, 2014
The 30-year-old striker scored for the second game in a row in his team's 3-1 win over Chivas USA on Sunday night.
The Brazilian has been strongly linked with a move from Serie A to MLS, and Flavio Augusto da Silva is hoping the attacker will link up with his former Milan teammate.
With David Villa and Kaka on their way to MLS and Frank Lampard reportedly ready to join them, the former Arsenal forward has a reason to celebrate.
The rookie head coach was displeased after a soft penalty saw his side go behind, although it later recovered to earn a point at home.
The World Cup star dismissed the idea that he should have sought a transfer to Europe instead of signing a new deal with MLS.
After a five-game winning streak earlier in the season, Jay Heaps' men have now lost seven straight.
The Kansas City boss was pleased with Bruce Arena's men as his side won its third straight match.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
The manager believes his team can compete with the top teams in Major League Soccer and said playing a struggling team can sometimes be more difficult than a top club.
The reigning MLS Coach of the Year praised the league's attacking talent and said he was forced to omit some deserving players.
Timbers coach Caleb Porter included his club captain, Will Johnson, while Kansas City's Dom Dwyer was surprisingly omitted.