1. Can Eduardo Get Past an Apology

    Now that Eduardo is back, I was expecting this one. Last year when the injury happened, we got headlines galore about no apology being made. Tonight, that same headline is back. Of course there is two sides to every story, … Continue reading

  2. Angel Staying in MLS

    It isn’t all bad news for Major League Soccer in the world of Designated Players.  Juan Pablo Ángel signed a long term extension with the Red Bulls which could keep him with the club until December 2012 when he would … Continue reading

  3. Famous Soccer Celebrities On LinkedIn

    LinkedIn isn’t just the place for successful professionals. It’s also the home to successful soccer celebrities. Here are the top 10 most well-known soccer celebrities that you can find on LinkedIn. Marcelo Balboa. On the football pitch, Balboa was best … Continue reading

  4. MLS Expansion: Montreal Still Alive?

    The CONCACAF Champions League returns next week and in one of the more appetizing matchups, the Impact de Montreal of USL faces Mexico’s Santos Laguna. Montreal is one of three members of US based leagues to advance to the quarterfinal … Continue reading

  5. When a Deadline Isn’t a Deadline

    Well we all know the lockdown date of David Beckham’s soccer career was Friday the 13th, 2009, but here we sit and it’s February 17th 2009 and everything is up in the air. I wrote here last week applauding Major … Continue reading

  6. Taking advantage of MLB dropping the ball

    Many U.S. sports fans agree that football is America’s pasttime.  Baseball once held that mantle, but lost it probably sometime in the late 80′s or early 90′s to football.  But, baseball has put itself in a much more precarious situation … Continue reading

  7. Maryland United

    In what can only be described as a tragedy of epic proportions for MLS and the club, DC United today announced its intent to build a stadium in Prince George’s County Maryland. Give credit to PG’s county for stepping up … Continue reading