New England's signing of the U.S. midfielder was a major coup for the Revolution, but the process MLS used to make it happen left a lot to be desired.
Monday, August 25, 2014
The former No. 1 overall pick had scored just two goals for the Union before bagging a brace against the Earthquakes.
Sunday, August 24, 2014
The key to Seattle's impressive record this year has been the ability to get the upper hand against its biggest rival.
Jermaine Jones is finally getting his wish to play in Major League Soccer after agreeing to a contract that will send him to the New England Revolution.
The reigning MLS Cup champions were down by three goals at halftime, a scoreline that held as D.C. took first place.
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Chicago twice came back from a goal down to earn a road point against TFC.
A poor second half by TFC allowed Chicago to claim a point at BMO Field, powered by goals by two former Toronto players.
After just 17 appearances for the MLS team, the Costa Rican defender is off to join Serie A side Palermo.
With his double against the Montreal Impact, the Englishman became the first player in club history to score 20 goals.
It's been a breakout year for the forward, but Oscar Pareja isn't letting him be content with what he's already achieved.
Friday, August 22, 2014
The center back is headed to LA in exchange for allocation money.
If the Pacific Northwest sides are to achieve their goals, they'll have to overcome difficult schedules to close out the regular season.
New coach Dunga is eager to get to work with his squad and has scheduled no less than six training sessions as the Selecao face Colombia and Ecuador in North America
Comparisons of the keeper's U.S. national team break and Landon Donovan's break were not only misguided, but took away from what should have been a chance to celebrate Howard.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
One of the top prospects in American soccer, the 21-year-old Columbus Crew midfielder continues to look toward the next challenge.
The Portland Timbers will fight for playoff positioning when they welcome the Seattle Sounders to Providence Park for a Cascadia Cup clash.
The veteran midfielders swap West Coast teams, each hoping to be an impact on the playoff race.
After conversations with U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann, the 35-year-old goalkeeper has decided to step away for a year to spend time with family.
MLSE CEO Tim Leiweke is set to leave the company to pursue "new opportunties."
A deal to bring the American to Major League Soccer has hit a snag after the league's unwillingness to ensure which club he would join, sources have confirmed to Goal USA.