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Tag Archives: miami fusion

Who Will Be the 20th MLS Club?

Posted on by Robert Hay

As MLS prepares to begin its first season with 18 clubs, the recent talk on the Internet has focused on its possible 20th team.  Recent talk on this site has centered on Don Garber traveling to Miami to meet with … Continue reading

How MLS Is Practically Extinct In Parts of the U.S.

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I had the sudden realization Sunday that if aliens descended on my town and were asked to find any life of Major League Soccer in South Florida, the only thing they would find is MLS trading cards in the bargain … Continue reading

FCB Miami: South Florida Soccer Fans Dreams Are Dashed

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today’s announcement by Major League Soccer that Miami will not be one of the expansion teams was yet another kick in the teeth for soccer aficionados in South Florida. Consider the following facts: When Dolphin Stadium (then called Joe Robbie … Continue reading

FCB Miami: Future Home

Posted on by Christopher Harris

After Kartik Krishnaiyer and I recently spent the day at GolTV studios, we decided to make a stop at the future home of FCB Miami on the campus of Florida International University in west Miami. We wanted to see for … Continue reading

Ray Hudson Interview

Posted on by Christopher Harris

GolTV commentator Ray Hudson was recently interviewed by Kartik Krishnaiyer of Major League Soccer Talk. The former DC United and Miami Fusion coach had much to say about the possibility of a MLS team returning to South Florida. Hudson answered … Continue reading

Barca Miami Expansion Bid Is Far From Perfect

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Most pundits agree that Miami is odds-on favorites to get a Major League Soccer team in 2010 or 2011. After all, with a name like Barcelona tied to the club, how could MLS refuse? While the vast majority of articles … Continue reading

Major League Soccer Talk Podcast #54: Ray Hudson

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Ray Hudson is a playing, coaching and broadcasting figure who has few equals in the United States today. As a seven year member of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the NASL, Hudson played alongside such legends of the game as … Continue reading

West Ham & Columbus Violence Is The Wake Up Call America Needs

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you ask an average American what words he or she associates with soccer, chances are that the first one uttered will be ‘hooligans.’ It’s a word that has long tarnished mainstream America’s view of the sport, but it’s always … Continue reading

The Pleasure Of Watching Spain v Sweden In An Irish Pub

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Earlier this week I wrote an opinion piece about how the experience of watching football matches on TV are oftentimes better than seeing the games in person. Well, I want to take that back. That’s because watching a match on … Continue reading