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10 things we learned from gameweek 22 of the MLS season

Posted on by Abe Asher

Here are the ten things we learned from week 22 of the MLS season. 1. Trouble In Seattle The Sounders were demolished 3-0 by the Vancouver Whitecaps at home on Saturday night. The loss, Seattle’s seventh in their last eight … Continue reading

Manchester United vs. PSG and MLS All-Stars vs. Spurs: TV times and open thread

Posted on by Alex Muller

Kicking off at the same exact time tonight, you have two big matches — one featuring Manchester United against Paris Saint-Germain where the Red Devils will win the 2015 International Champions Cup with a victory tonight. And the second match is … Continue reading

MLS is now a league of have and have nots; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

For those you who wanted Major League Soccer to be more of a free-spending, big-money, champagne room kind of league, congratulations! Some of you have long coveted big names. The bigger the better – and more them! Another ballyhooed Euro … Continue reading

The strangest night in MLS All-Star history when Guardiola ignored Porter’s handshake

Posted on by Abe Asher

It had to have been one of the strangest questions Mauricio Pochettino has ever fielded, but it was a question that everyone in MLS knew was coming – yes, Pochettino will shake Pablo Mastroeni’s hand at the conclusion of the … Continue reading

New MLS signings are out-starring MLS All-Star game; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

Major League Soccer, still relatively young, just past its awkward teenage years, is occasionally a strange place. Sometimes it performs like a talented young prodigy undone temporarily by a growth spurt – which means between the posh passes and savvy … Continue reading

Red Bulls’ signing of Shaun Wright Philips is a clever piece of business

Posted on by Drew Farmer

Following the success of his younger brother Bradley, former Manchester City, Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers’ winger Shaun Wright-Phillips has officially put pen to paper – sealing a move to the New York Red Bulls.  Now with New York’s premier … Continue reading

Benfica vs. New York Red Bulls: Adventures on the road with the International Champions Cup

Posted on by Amadi Tidiane
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Harrison, New Jersey played host to yet another International Champions Cup match last night, as New York Red Bulls took on SL Benfica at Red Bull Arena.  I’d seen Red Bulls defeat Chelsea 4-2 in the most recent match there, … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 21

Posted on by Abe Asher

Here are the 10 things we learned from the 21st week of the MLS season. 1. Pirlo! Andrea Pirlo is royalty. There is no other way to explain why opposing players refuse to tackle him, refuse to harass him, refuse, really, … Continue reading

Montreal Impact aquire rights to sign Didier Drogba

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

After acquiring the right to sign Didier Drogba, the Chicago Fire have traded the Ivorian national for allocation money to the Montreal Impact according to the team’s official website. Not officially a part of the roster just yet, Drogba must … Continue reading

Shaun Wright-Phillips signs with New York Red Bulls

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

Shaun Wright-Phillips has left the Premier League for New York Red Bulls, according to the team’s official website. After 16 years in England, Wright-Phillips and his brother Bradley have joined the Red Bulls and will be available for selection on … Continue reading

FOX Sports signs Ian Joy from beIN SPORTS to boost its soccer coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

beIN SPORTS co-commentator and analyst Ian Joy is moving to FOX Sports to be a soccer host/analyst in Los Angeles, two sources have confirmed to World Soccer Talk. A source revealed to World Soccer Talk that “beIN SPORTS has been … Continue reading

Under fire Jurgen Klinsmann can breathe easier after World Cup qualification draw

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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How could some of the mounting pressure on Jurgen Klinsmann be relieved without even playing a match? He could have turned a wandering eye to the World Cup qualification draw this morning. In a time when CONCACAF despite all the … Continue reading

Adventures on the road with the International Champions Cup in New York/New Jersey

Posted on by Amadi Tidiane

As any soccer fan will tell you, while watching your favorite club on television is pretty great, seeing their favorite club live, in the flesh, is a luxury. As I watched the thousands of eager fans stream into Red Bull … Continue reading

Investing in youth and the long-term is a gamble for the USMNT

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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After one day of letting the US’ loss to Jamaica marinate, very little about it has changed in the grand perspective. But one question has arisen based on what the entirety of Jurgen Klinsmann’s tenure has entailed thus far – … Continue reading

American soccer has a stadium problem; By Steve Davis

Posted on by Steve Davis

American soccer fans, we need to talk. We have issues … with our stadiums. We need to sort this out. At very least, we need to our feelings on the table: American soccer must find some peace in its conflicted … Continue reading

Comparing Andrea Pirlo’s life at Juventus to New York City FC [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on by Aram Gyan

Andrea Pirlo and Steven Gerrard, the greatest Italian (definitively) and English (arguably) players of the 21st century, are coming to America. Their paths famously crossed on that 2005 night in Istanbul, back when Gerrard looked exactly the same but Pirlo … Continue reading

Is Didier Drogba the answer to Chicago Fire’s goalscoring problems?

Posted on by Drew Farmer

It is safe to say Didier Drogba will be playing football somewhere in the coming weeks. Whether he is playing his football in Major League Soccer is still debatable. The Ivorian is in talks with MLS sides Chicago Fire and … Continue reading

10 things we learned from MLS gameweek 20

Posted on by Abe Asher
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Here are the 10 things we learned from week 20 of the MLS season. 1. The Galaxy Raise The Stakes A fair number in MLS would tell you that the 2014 LA Galaxy was the league’s best attacking team ever. … Continue reading