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Tag Archives: Montreal

3 Ways MLS Can Combat the Fierce Competition From Foreign Leagues

Posted on by Robert Hay
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As we’ve discussed for weeks now on this site, the new MLS brand (“MLS Next”) comes at a time of incredible importance to the league. For most of the front office and media, the focus has been on the league’s … Continue reading

Olsen’s Tactics Carry the Day: DCU 3, Montreal 0

Posted on by Robert Hay

Tonight’s DC United and Montreal game saw an occurrence that is become more common in MLS – both teams coached by two long-time MLS players. For the home team, that coach is legendary player Ben Olsen, who as a player … Continue reading

Au Revoir? Intriguing Expansion Draft Options

Posted on by Robert Hay

Undoubtedly, expansion is an exciting time for MLS fans, as it allows them to see and experience a “new” market, a new potential rival, and the possibility of the next great soccer city.  With the success of recent expansion clubs … Continue reading

NASL Releases Schedule and Playoff Format

Posted on by Robert Hay

Amidst our discussions over USL-PRO and the USSF soccer pyramid, the NASL released some good news this week and announced its 2011 season schedule. The NASL, now composed of eight clubs, will have each club play 28 games and face … Continue reading

Toronto FC Does the Unthinkable: It Listens to Fans

Posted on by Robert Hay

Have you ever questioned rooting for a team?  It doesn’t even have to be a soccer team – maybe you watch pro football or baseball, and your hometown/local team is just bad.  Because you love the sport and the team, … 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