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Tag Archives: Major League Soccer

The L.A. Galaxy – You Win Some, You Draw Some

Posted on by Eric Altshule

No Donovan.  No Buddle.  No Beckham.  No problem. The L.A. Galaxy continued their astounding early season form this evening with a 4-1 bulldozing of the Houston Dynamo this evening at the Home Depot Center.  The Galaxy continued their absolutely torrid … Continue reading

The LA Galaxy…Wow

Posted on by Eric Altshule

  After completing two convincing road wins against Colorado and Seattle last week, the Los Angeles Galaxy have continued a simply jaw-dropping beginning of the 2010 season.  Although the Galaxy are on the brink of losing Landon Donovan and (probably) … Continue reading

Montreal to Join MLS in 2012

Posted on by Randy Capps

  It’s official. Montreal will be joining MLS in 2012,and as you can see in the video above, their part-time home, Saputo Stadium, is set for a $23 million upgrade. “We are proud to welcome Montreal, the second-largest French-speaking city … Continue reading

Manchester United Named MLS All-Star Opponent

Posted on by Randy Capps

The Red Devils are coming. Major League Soccer announced today that Manchester United has been named as the opponent in the annual MLS All-Star Game on July 28 at Reliant Stadium. “Manchester United are among the most recognized and successful … Continue reading

Wednesday’s MLS Schedule

Posted on by Randy Capps

In the midst of the build up to the 2010 World Cup, it’s worth pointing out that there are four MLS games tonight – and eight more slated for Saturday. Included in this Wednesday four-pack is a clash between the Kansas … Continue reading

Buddle for the USMNT? A Point/Counter-Point

Posted on by Eric Altshule

After getting off to the most blazing start of a season in MLS history, nobody’s stock has soared faster than Edson Buddle’s.  The Galaxy are 4-0, have out-scored their opponents 7-1 and all seven goals came off the head or … Continue reading

All Is Not Right in Toronto

Posted on by Lars Lowther

Toronto is not known for its successful sports teams these days.  The Maple Leafs, the Raptors, the Blue Jays, the Argonauts and of course, Toronto FC, all failed to make playoffs in their respective leagues last year.  Three (Leafs, Raptors … Continue reading

Weekend review – April 1-3

Posted on by Randy Capps

It was a reduced schedule, but here are the results from the second week of MLS action: Thursday, April 1 Houston 2, Real Salt Lake 1 Los Angeles 2, Chivas USA 0 Saturday, April 3 Colorado 2, Chicago 2 New … Continue reading

DP’s and Allocation Money

Posted on by Peter C

I suspect you’ve all heard by now about the rule change in MLS regarding Designated Players. Here is the transcript of the press conference in which the changes were outlined in detail by Todd Durbin of MLS. One thing that … Continue reading

MLS Weekend Review – March 25-27

Posted on by Randy Capps

Before we get into the weekend’s games, there is a bit of news today. Jon Busch, waived last week by the Fire, has reportedly signed with the San Jose Earthquakes. He’s a quality keeper, but the Earthquakes’ issues, I think, … Continue reading

MLS Crystal Ball Edition

Posted on by Peter C

Some Starters The new MLS Website.. Du Nord: Top 10 significant signings and influential departures. First, how they finished in 2009 – PPG=Points Per Game – GFA=Goals For Average – GAA=Goals Against Average 2009   PPG GFA GAA  CLB  1.63  … Continue reading

How Major League Soccer Is Losing The TV War in the United States

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The last few weeks should have been some worrying times for Major League Soccer. First, the protracted labor disputes are still unresolved and there remains a lot of uncertainty regarding what may happen in the next few weeks. Second, ESPN … Continue reading

Everton Talking to Galaxy, MLS About Donovan Loan Extension

Posted on by Richard Farley

Reports in England confirm that Everton is talking to Major League Soccer and the Los Angeles Galaxy about extending Landon Donovan’s loan. The original loan deal sending Donovan to Liverpool was for ten weeks, putting the league’s Most Valuable Player … Continue reading

Lindsey Dean Interview

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Recently fellow colleague Kartik Krishnaiyer and I took a trip down to GolTV studios in Miami to interview three of the best football commentators in the United States: Ray Hudson, Phil Schoen and Lindsey Dean. All this week on Major … Continue reading

Interview With The Gaffer

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Examiner featured me in an interview published this past Friday. A host of topics were discussed including: My thoughts on the current state of the Premier League in America, How the EPL ranks in America against the other popular … Continue reading

Latest League News From U.S., England, Germany, Italy and Europe

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Be sure to visit the whole network of our sites. Some of the interesting topics include: Kartik Krishnaiyer over at Major League Soccer Talk takes on a controversial topic that very few journalists are brave enough to write about and … Continue reading

Why The New Price Of MLS Talent Has European Clubs Hunting For Bargains

Posted on by Jeff Hash

For the National Basketball Association, it has been a turn-around of a situation it has long held advantage of.  In the last couple of weeks, the league has seen several current players or draft picks decide to turn down the chance to … Continue reading

ESPN Coverage Hits New Low With West Ham vs MLS All-Stars

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN’s broadcast of Euro 2008 was the best production ever of a soccer tournament for TV viewers in the United States. While it wasn’t perfect, it was clearly evident that ESPN had listened to the past criticism and corrected the … Continue reading