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Tag Archives: MLS

Evergreen Frank Lampard Continues To Show His Immense Worth To The Game

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Frank Lampard was supposed to be on holiday. Lampard, the consummate Londoner who has never played for a club north of the Watford Gap was simply thought to be keeping fit by training with the reigning Premier League Champions, Manchester … Continue reading

MLS Coaching Stability And How It Differs From Europe And South America

Posted on by Abe Asher
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It’s commonly accepted in modern football that managers will come and go like frequency waves. A run of bad results here, a falling out there, and the man in charge is changed. I say that because Ben Olsen was re-upped … Continue reading

An In-depth Look At The New MLS Logo

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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  NBC’s Hollywood Game Night. Pleated Dockers khakis. The Chevy Tahoe. Maroon 5’s music. David Cameron’s hair. People magazine. The new Wembley Stadium. Each the pinnacle of blandness in its field, and to these we can now add Major League … Continue reading

Beckham’s Miami FC Deal Complicated By Strikers Sale

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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David Beckham’s continued difficulty in securing the long-term stadium deal he wants in Miami to start a new MLS franchise may have just gotten more complicated. On Friday, the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the second-tier North American Soccer League (NASL) … Continue reading

A Soccer Fan’s Guide to Netflix Viewing

Posted on by Robert Hay
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Netflix is the unquestioned leader in movie streaming and, even though other services may have a better selection for your particular tastes, it has become the gold standard and most used service. As a movie connoisseur I can safely say … Continue reading

Recount Of The Drama That Unfolded At The US Open Cup Final

Posted on by Flyvanescence
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Many know that while I am a huge soccer fan and a fan of my local Philadelphia Union, I am not a fan of MLS at all. While the quality of play leaves a lot to be desired, my main … Continue reading

Top 10 Goals of the MLS Season So Far

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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  As the MLS regular season winds down and the playoffs loom closer on the horizon, let’s look back at some of the incredible goals already scored in the league thus far. It’s a testament to the league’s growth that … Continue reading

Upheaval at Toronto FC And Headaches for Maple Leaf Sports

Posted on by Earl Reed
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I’m not a person who believes in the alleged universe-balancing force of karma, where the bad Déjà vu brings forth an action that was the result of your own misdemeanour. But as a native Western New Yorker, it’s hard to ignore … Continue reading

The Predicament Of Having A Glorified MLS Deadline Day Coverage Or Not

Posted on by Richard Farley
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After two hours of watching Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, and Robbie Mustoe break down Deadline Day on NBCSN, I still can’t decide if this would be a good thing for Major League Soccer. The signal-to-noise ratio is ridiculously low, a … Continue reading

Jermaine Jones’ MLS Introduction Could Land New England Trophy Success

Posted on by Earl Reed
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When you think of the high-profile American internationals that have come home to Major League Soccer in the last two years, Jermaine Jones doesn’t quite fit the model. Clint Dempsey, Michael Bradley, Maurice Edu, Ricardo Clark, and Damarcus Beasley all … Continue reading

A Review Of The Book “Why American Soccer Isn’t There Yet”

Posted on by Robert Hay
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The recent World Cup has spawned a number of books that not only look at the recent past of American soccer but what the men’s national team needs to do going forward. Many of these stories are being written by … Continue reading

The Sweeper: 10 Soccer Stories You May Have Missed This Week

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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Allow The Sweeper to hurtle you through this past week’s best stories at the speed of Mario Balotelli racing through Milan’s streets in a Ferrari with his queasy pet Rottweiler by his side. 1. “Think Outside the Ibrox” Picture Ben Roethlisberger … Continue reading

11 Great Resources For Soccer Fans

Posted on by Chris Moore
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I should first start off by saying to always check out WorldSoccerTalk.com and the World Soccer Talk podcast for all of your soccer analysis, news, notes, opinions and scores. Now that the preambles are over, here are the remaining top … Continue reading

What If Landon Donovan Stayed At Everton

Posted on by Robert Hay
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When he retires at the end of this MLS season – and after the October 10 USMNT friendly in which he will feature – Landon Donovan will be shrouded as the greatest American soccer player of all-time. While some soccer … Continue reading

Cable TV No Longer The Future For The Soccer Viewing Fan

Posted on by Chris Moore
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With cable and satellite prices continuing to increase, many people are joining the cord cutter movement and ditching their television provider services. In fact, 7.6 million Americans have ended their cable/satellite subscriptions according to USA Today. In the report, the … Continue reading

Thierry Henry’s Impact On The Field Can’t Perform Miracles Off It

Posted on by Richard Farley
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If Thierry Henry’s about to say goodbye to Major League Soccer, he’s doing so on a high note. His stint is one that caps one of the most productive four-and-a-half year stretches in league history. True, extending his deal at … Continue reading

MLS Again Creates New Rule to Appease Owners

Posted on by Robert Hay
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The transfer of Jermaine Jones to MLS is a great moment for the league. After his stellar play in the World Cup, the veteran midfielder was out of contract and needing one more shot at being a contributor in a … Continue reading