New York's dented lineup managed to claim a 2-2 draw on the road in Montreal.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
It was a back-and-forth classic as Portland and Seattle traded leads and goals in a 4-4 draw at Providence Park.
Friday, April 4, 2014
Nearly half of the players taking part in the upcoming NASL season will hail from foreign shores.
The Whitecaps are trying to remain perfect at home this season, while Colorado will be looking to get over a late collapse at Sporting KC last week.
The former Manchester United manager will lecture Ivy League students on "The Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports."
The SuperClasico is back Sunday, with LA's traditional power searching for its first win against the city's pleasant surprise from the first month of the season.
Red-hot Columbus plays host to a TFC side that will be severely undermanned on Saturday evening.
The second place teams from each conference will square off Saturday in Kansas City as Real Salt Lake heads to Sporting Park.
Two shutouts and two wins keep the dynamic Tally Hall of the Houston Dynamo ahead of the pack in Tony Meola's MLS goalkeeper rankings.
Third in the East meets first in the West as FC Dallas heads down I-45 to take on the Dynamo in Houston.
The first game of 2014 involving two teams from the Pacific Northwest finds one of the participants desperate for a victory.
Montreal hosts an undermanned New York side on the artificial turf at Olympic Stadium. Theirry Henry, Tim Cahill and Jamison Olave are all expected to miss the match.
The Chicago Fire have drawn three straight but are still looking for their first win, while the Union will try to finish stronger than they have en route to three points.
Michael Bradley and Omar Gonzalez were on opposite ends of the performance spectrum on Wednesday, with Bradley starring and Gonzalez struggling in the USA's 2-2 tie with Mexico.
Thursday, April 3, 2014
The Timbers are still without a win in 2014, and they'll look to get off the mark against their Cascadia rivals.
The Revolution are in pursuit of straight road wins as they visit a United club still looking for its first victory of 2014.
Following an exciting match in Arizona, several U.S. players bolstered their spot on the roster, while a couple may be looking over their shoulder.
Following the United States' 2-2 draw with Mexico, Goal USA's columnist and chief editor answered your U.S. national team questions.
Jurgen Klinsmann had consistently lined his team up in a 4-2-3-1 formation but made a surprise switch in a 2-2 draw against Mexico and might consider more changes.
Though he didn’t perform miracles or score a goal on Wednesday, the 18-year-old impressed his teammates in the 2-2 tie against Mexico