The Canadian side takes a commanding lead in the Cascadia Cup and bolsters its playoff hopes with a win over high-flying Seattle.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
Saturday, July 5, 2014
A disappointing loss to D.C. United kicked off a three-game home stand for TFC, a result that added more ground for the team to make up in the Eastern Conference.
The Back-and-Red capitalized on back-line miscues from the hosts to remain first in the East.
RSL put an end to its recent free-fall form, but it had a lot of help from the Revolution defenders.
Friday, July 4, 2014
A critical blunder from each side saw Columbus and Colorado play to a 1-1 draw.
The Golden Boot leader picked up two more but a late penalty saw the Red Bulls leave Houston with just a point.
The U.S. national team striker is expected to miss six to eight weeks after surgery to correct the nagging injury.
Two bottom-feeding sides have been turning a bit of a corner recently, with each club aiming to translate a positive few weeks into a longer run.
Saturday's Cascadia clash features a pair of teams seemingly headed in different directions.
Eastern Conference foes get reacquainted with both sides looking to improve their respective places in the standings.
The Western Conference clubs clash looking to put themselves into playoff position.
Goal columnist Ives Galarcep and Sporting News writer Mike DeCourcy are in Brazil to provide updates throughout the tournament.
The World Cup is over for the U.S. national team, and it's time to look at how the team's players and head coach fared in Brazil.
The U.S. goalkeeper had a legendary performance against Belgium, but where does he stand among the all-time American greats?
Thursday, July 3, 2014
The shot-stopper was in stunning form for Jurgen Klinsmann's men, despite their World Cup elimination against Belgium, but he may not appear again on the international stage.
RSL will have World Cup call-ups Kyle Beckerman and Nick Rimando at its disposal in a match between slumping contenders.
After a second-straight exit in the round of 16, it's time for U.S. fans to expect more from their men's national team.
Brad Davis is back from the World Cup for Houston, while New York should have Tim Cahill return to the starting lineup.
The Union look to continue their resurgence with an Independence Day visit to Texas.
The U.S. national team striker says he suffered a grade two hamstring tear and that the timetable for his return was "realistically very late in the tournament."