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Archives: San Jose Earthquakes

San Jose 0 v 1 New York Red Bulls: Lindpere’s Goal Is Enough

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It was a packed Buck Shaw Stadium on the campus of Santa Clara. Not a single seat was empty in the college soccer stadium to see their beloved San Jose Earthquakes face the New York Red Bulls. It was a … Continue reading

MLS Playoffs Are Now Set: Who Will Win the 2010 MLS Cup?

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

I have to say that after seven months of hardnosed football in Major League Soccer, we have been entertained with a great season with plenty of ups and downs. Tons of surprises as the western conference have more sides into … Continue reading

The Ballad of Freddy Adu

Posted on by Brian Zygo

On Saturday in Monaco, A.S. Monaco beat Stade Rennes, 3 to 1, giving Monaco 40 points on the season thus far and securing a spot in the middle of the French Ligue 1 table. Sitting on Monaco’s bench, was one … Continue reading

Chris Birchall: Symbolic MLS Signing

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

BBC Sport is reporting that English born Chris Birchall, of the Trinidad and Tobago national team will sign for the Earthquakes. From my vantage point this is an important symbolic signing  for MLS. Birchall is English born and has never … Continue reading

The Start of Something Big?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Darren Huckerby from MLSNET.com Today’s last minute victory over the hated Galaxy in Oakland could be just the push the Earthquakes needed to make a playoff run late in the MLS season. The Quakes who have played solidly much of … Continue reading

The Start of Something Big?

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Darren Huckerby from MLSNET.com Today’s last minute victory over the hated Galaxy in Oakland could be just the push the Earthquakes needed to make a playoff run late in the MLS season. The Quakes who have played solidly much of … Continue reading

MLS Transfer Thoughts

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Francisco Lima with Roma in a Champions League Match from the AP Reviewing the signings thus far in the transfer period, Red Bull New York and San Jose have been the big players. Juan Carlos Osorio has acquired several players … Continue reading

MLS Transfers: Winners, Losers and Your Thoughts.

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Francisco Lima with Roma in a Champions League Match from the AP Reviewing the signings thus far in the transfer period, Red Bull New York and San Jose have been the big players. Juan Carlos Osorio has acquired several players … Continue reading

The Huckerby Saga

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Huckerby scores for Man City/ BBC Sport   Darren Huckerby the former Coventry, Manchester City and Norwich man will be able to sign with San Jose after all. Huckerby originally traveled to North America two weeks ago to join up … Continue reading

Yallop Returning to San Jose

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Frank Yallop’s short troubled stint as manager of the Los Angeles Galaxy has ended according to SI.com. The website is reporting that Yallop agreed to return to the site of his greatest years as a manager in the Bay Area … Continue reading

Yallop Headed Back to San Jose

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Frank Yallop’s short troubled stint as manager of the Los Angeles Galaxy has ended according to SI.com. The website is reporting that Yallop agreed to return to the site of his greatest years as a manager in the Bay Area … Continue reading

MLS Does the Right Thing

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Per an article on SI.com, MLS has given Lew Wolff the owner of the Oakland A’s the green light to restart perhaps the proudest franchsise in the history of American Soccer: The San Jose Earthquakes. From the early 1970s onward … Continue reading

Quakes Returning to MLS

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Per an article on SI.com, MLS has given Lew Wolff the owner of the Oakland A’s the green light to restart perhaps the proudest franchsise in the history of American Soccer: The San Jose Earthquakes. From the early 1970s onward … Continue reading