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Tag Archives: David Beckham

Don Garber Misreads the Beckham Experiment

Posted on by Robert Hay

With David Beckham in the final year of his ground-breaking MLS contract, speculation has turned to whether the 36 year-old midfielder will resign with the LA Galaxy and the league, or continue his quest for another international cap elsewhere.  In an interview … Continue reading

Clash of Style Highlights Union-Galaxy Match

Posted on by Robert Hay

Wednesday night is quietly becoming a great night for MLS.  Over the past few weeks the league has put some very good matches on with some compelling story lines.  This week is no different, as tonight we will see two … Continue reading

Week in Review April 11 – 15, 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

Because of the number of games played during the week, this weekend’s schedule is evenly distributed between Saturday and Sunday.  The Saturday evening spotlight match is DC United visiting BMO Field and Toronto FC, as seen on Fox Soccer Channel. … Continue reading

Espindola Gives Real only MLS Goal of the Night

Posted on by Robert Hay

Fabian Espindola knocked in a loose rebound late in stoppage time to give Real Salt Lake a 1-0 victory over the Colorado Rapids and a leg-up in the 2011 Rocky Mountain Cup.  Espindola also gave MLS fans the only goal … Continue reading

LA Galaxy 1 – DC United 1: Chippy Game Ends in Controversy

Posted on by Robert Hay

Yesterday’s LA Galaxy/DC United match had everything that MLS could want from a match.  A full house of passionate fans yelling and chanting the entire match as two possible playoff teams, one with one of the world’s most famous players and … Continue reading

Week in Review, March 21-25 2011

Posted on by Robert Hay

After the shine of the first weekend has worn off, MLS gets into the grind with some of its biggest names missing for international duty.  Some teams have a second chance to show they’ve improved, while some have another chance … Continue reading

MLS ’11 Preview – Has the Beckham Rule Improved American Soccer?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Note: As part of the MLS Talk preview, we will be examining some of the major trends in MLS that will have an impact on the league this year.  Feel free to suggest other big picture topics in the comments. … Continue reading

The Beckham Experiment Needs to End

Posted on by Robert Hay

All of us have had friends who are in a complicated relationship.  It may even have been us: the guy recently began dating a much more attractive woman who, while not a young bombshell, is still a gorgeous woman.  This … Continue reading

What You Missed in American Soccer Over the Holidays

Posted on by Robert Hay

If you’re like me, the holidays are a time of getting out of your workday routines due to relaxation/travel/stress.  In fact, at times I miss news stories because I tend not to check news sites or Twitter as much as … Continue reading

Migration of Stars to MLS to Continue in Next Five Years

Posted on by Robert Hay

Merry Christmas and happy holidays everyone!  While the United States paused work to celebrate the holidays, MLS was busy receiving come hither glances from foreign soccer stars who, seeing Thierry Henry and Beckham’s success in the U.S., have decided that … Continue reading

Which MLS Star Will be the Next Designated Player?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Overlooked in the American World Cup hype was the move by Seattle to sign their young striker Freddy Montero to an extension which also makes him a designated player.  Montero, 23, becomes Seattle’s third DP, joining Blaise Nkufo and Alvaro … Continue reading

Beckham Can Hold Head High!

Posted on by Thomas Flower

While the disappointment of England’s failure to land the 2018 FIFA World Cup will take some time to disappear and questions will be asked of where it all went wrong, one man did himself no harm and that is the … Continue reading

Why I’m Optimistic for US Soccer

Posted on by Robert Hay

A little more than a week after Colorado, an original club, won its first MLS Cup and less than a week before the U.S. potentially wins a second World Cup bid, I am optimistic about the progress of American soccer … Continue reading

What’s Next for the LA Galaxy?

Posted on by Robert Hay

The LA Galaxy are MLS’s most glamorous team in its second largest market.  It is coached by the most successful American soccer coach of all time, is captained by the most famous American soccer player today, and employs if not … Continue reading

How To Prevent an Upset by a Lower Seed

Posted on by Robert Hay

The story of the MLS playoffs coming into Sunday night was the futility of being a higher seed.  None of the higher seeds had advanced and the playoffs were seemingly wide-open for a new champion.  Then LA took the pitch … Continue reading

Which Team(s) Will Pull the Upset This Weekend?

Posted on by Robert Hay

With San Jose’s dramatic victory last night, they will await this weekend’s slate of matches to see who their next round opponent will be.  Their upset victory has set the stage for an interest weekend of matches where we could … Continue reading

MLS Weekend Preview – Sept. 24-25

Posted on by Randy Capps

In another piece of bizarre scheduling, MLS and ESPN team up to bring us the Red Bulls and Galaxy tonight, live at 11. I’m working, so thanks to the magic of ESPN3, it suits me fine. Still, it will be … Continue reading

MLS Weekend Preview – Sept. 10-11

Posted on by Randy Capps

I hear that some English guy is coming back to play for the Galaxy. David Beckham is indeed nearing a return to health from his ruptured Achilles tendon, but his re-insertion into the Galaxy team sheet isn’t creating quite the … Continue reading