When Caleb Porter and Oscar Pareja clashed after Saturday night's Portland Timbers-FC Dallas match, the moment showed the kind of personality MLS needs to see more.
Monday, April 6, 2015
Sunday, April 5, 2015
It was late heartbreak for the visitors in Kansas City, as Sporting KC found two dramatic late goals to turn a loss into a victory.
Top of the Western Conference and MLS Supporters’ Shield race, Vancouver's not getting carried away after important win over LA Galaxy.
The Timbers won their first game of the season Saturday night but the story of the night was the feud between Caleb Porter and Oscar Pareja after the game.
The Vancouver Whitecaps finally got the dominating win they had been looking for at the expense of a Los Angeles Galaxy team that can't seem to find its way at the moment.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
The American side poured on late pressure against visiting New Zealand en route to a 4-0 victory in front of big crowd in St. Louis.
The legendary Brazilian would love to self-fund a transfer for the Barcelona forward to join Fort Lauderdale Strikers, the club he currently plays for.
The Rapids have sunk to a new low, equaling an MLS record of 18 games without a victory after falling 2-0 at home Saturday to the New England Revolution.
The Chicago Fire defeated TFC 3-2 at Toyota Park on Saturday afternoon, continuing the Canadian team's slide.
Friday, April 3, 2015
Luis Silva's injury-time free kick settled the affair in front of 32,822 at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando.
A stoppage-time free kick from Luis Silva gave D.C. United victory over Orlando City, as goalkeeper Bill Hamid stood out.
The forward turns 33 next week and is playing with relegation-threatened Puebla, but the former USA player isn't about to quit now.
Jurgen Klinsmann has looked at plenty of players since last summer's World Cup ended, but here are five MLS players showing well in 2015 who could earn a look.
Kaka is in talks with Atletico de Kolkata, according to the co-owner of the Indian Super League outfit Sourav Ganguly.
Thursday, April 2, 2015
The surging Vancouver Whitecaps face their toughest test yet when they host the MLS Cup champion LA Galaxy.
Although the results have been positive of late, the Vancouver Whitecaps feel they need to raise the level of their play, especially as they prepare to host the LA Galaxy.
Goal's CONCACAF columnist takes a look around the region and evaluates where teams are at after friendlies, playoffs and World Cup qualification matches.
Seattle announced that it has released the big striker, and the Montreal Impact are rumored to swoop in and claim him off waivers.
With the March friendlies in the books, the U.S. national team is closer to identifying the starting lineup Jurgen Klinsmann will use in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Houston Dynamo coach Owen Coyle has praised midfielder Ricardo Clark, who played through a fractured rib against Colorado on Saturday.