Wednesday, April 23, 2014
As we approach the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Goal's Ives Galarcep takes a look at each position battle on the United States national team.
These are the standout performers from the second week of NASL's spring season.
Bradley Wright-Phillips served notice of his intent to take command of the role of Thierry Henry's wing man in the New York Red Bulls attack.
Neither second division side could find the back of the net in Wednesday's Canadian Championship opener.
Wright-Phillips had three goals, while Henry was masterful in a more creative role as New York steamrolled a poor Houston team.
After being expected to return for the beginning of the 2014 campaign, a number of setbacks mean Pontius may not play this season at all.
With three weeks to go before the U.S. pre-World Cup training camp, the race for the final roster spots in the camp is heating up.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
The Revolution claimed the veteran midfielder, who previously spent nine and a half seasons with the club.
Monday, April 21, 2014
The Carolina RailHawks' Enzo Martinez highlights the NASL International Spotlight after scoring a pair of goals to help his team extend its home unbeaten streak.
The Carolina striker scored two goals and added an assist as his club raced out to a 4-1 victory over the Fort Lauderdale Strikers
The Seattle Sounders playmaker made Goal's MLS XI for the third straight week after notching two assists in a 2-1 win over Chivas USA.
Terrence Boyd was mired in a goal-scoring slump which threatened to hurt his World Cup chances, but a two-goal effort in Rapid Vienna's 2-2 tie Saturday has provided a boost.
With the U.S. national team weeks away from naming the players who will battle for U.S. World Cup roster spots, several MLS talents are blooming a bit too late to make the cut.
The Sporting Kansas City forward scored twice in a rout while the Red Bulls star was on the mark earlier this week.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
FC Dallas set a club record for corner kicks won in a 2-1 victory against Toronto FC, as it continued to find success on set pieces.
Seattle's stars have been on fire this season, and combined to come back and get a result yet again.
The 19-year-old Gambian came up with a vital late goal to ensure the Vancouver Whitecaps picked up a point against the visiting LA Galaxy on Sunday.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
A late goal from Ned Grabavoy was enough to give RSL a win, and to keep Portland's terrible start to the season going.
Dom Dwyer scored twice as Sporting Kansas City thoroughly defeated the visiting Montreal Impact.