STORY OF THE DAY! ICYMI | MLS: Form counts for nothing; Wondo gets 100 Do not ever think of betting money on MLS games as form counts for nothing as evidenced by another week when few of the favorites won. Chris Wondolowski got
his 100th goal but it could be a long wait for the 10th player to join MLS's century club. How did David Beckham's big Friday date go in Miami? Reaction of
Miami's mayors (county and city) afterward wasn't overly optimistic. VIDEO
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