Join Now | 
HomeAboutContact UsPrivacy & SecurityAdvertise
Soccer America DailySpecial EditionAround The NetSoccer Business InsiderCollege Soccer ReporterYouth Soccer ReporterSoccer on TVSoccer America Classifieds
Paul Gardner: SoccerTalkSoccer America ConfidentialYouth Soccer InsiderWorld Cup Watch
RSS FeedsArchivesManage SubscriptionsSubscribe
Order Current IssueSubscribeManage My SubscriptionRenew My SubscriptionGift Subscription
My AccountJoin Now
Tournament CalendarCamps & AcademiesSoccer GlossaryClassifieds
MLS this weekend ...
May 5th, 2010 10:54PM

MOST READ
TAGS:  mls

MOST COMMENTED

[SCOREBOARD] Seven games are on tap for Saturday in MLS. Los Angeles puts its unbeaten record on the line when it travels to Seattle. Columbus, the only other unbeaten team, hosts struggling New England. For all the action ...

WEEK 7 SCHEDULE:
Saturday, May 8 (all times ET)
Chicago at Toronto FC 4 p.m.
Los Angeles at Seattle 4 p.m. TeleFutura
New England at Columbus 7 p.m. FSC/FSE
D.C. United at FC Dallas 9 p.m.
Philadelphia at Real Salt Lake 4 p.m. (time changed)
New York at San Jose 10 p.m.
Houston at Chivas USA 10:30 p.m.

STANDINGS:
Eastern Conference:
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
15
New York 5-1-0 (+4)
8 Columbus 2-0-2 (+3)
8 Chicago 2-2-2 (+2)
7 Kansas City 2-3-1 (0)
7 New England 2-4-1 (-3)
6 Toronto 2-4-0 (-5)
3 Philadelphia 1-4-0 (-5)
3 D.C. United 1-5-0 (-10)
Western Conference
P TEAM W-L-T (+/-)
19 Los Angeles 6-0-1 (+9)
10 Houston 3-3-1 (+2)
10 Colorado 3-3-1 (+1)
10 Chivas USA 3-3-1 (+1)
9 San Jose 3-2-0 (0)
9 Seattle 2-2-3 (0)
7 Real Salt Lake 2-3-1 (+1)
7 FC Dallas 1-1-4 (0)

WEEK 7 RESULTS:
May 5 in Foxboro, Mass.
New England 0 Chivas USA 4. Goals: Padilla (Braun) 26, Braun (Trujillo) 33, Padilla (Kljestan, Braun) 48 Gavin 81.
Chivas USA -- Thornton, Trujillo, Umana, Delgado, Bornstein, Mayen, Zemanski (Saragosa 60), Gavin, Padilla (Macotelo 67), Braun (Maicon Santos 73), Kljestan.
New England -- Burpo, Alston (Jankauskas, 46), Gibbs, Barnes, Sinovic, Smith, Phelan, Perovic, Tierney (Colaluca, 76), Nyassi, Schilawski (Mansally, 71).
Yellow Cards: New England -- Jankauskas 87; Chivas USA -- 28.
Red Card: New England -- Perovic 29.
Referee: Steven DePiero.
Att.: 5,990.

May 5 in Washington, D.C.
D.C. United 2 Kansas City 1. Goals: Allsopp (Wallace) 12 Allsopp (Cristman) 34; Kamara (Wolff, Bunbury) 90.
Yellow Cards: D.C. United -- Allsopp 56, Castillo 59, Morsink 72, Quaranta 89; Kansas City -- Smith 50, Harrington 88.
Kansas City -- Nielsen, Harrington, Conrad, Escobar, Hirsig (Kamara, 46), Auvray (Rocastle 73), Espinoza, Jewsbury, Myers (Bunbury 51), Smith, Wolff.
D.C. United -- Hamid, Graye, Talley, Pena (McTavish 88), Wallace, Khumalo (Quaranta 79), Morsink, Simms, Castillo, Cristman (Moreno 71), Allsopp.
Referee: Alex Prus.
Att.: 10,038.

May 5 in Houston
Houston 0 FC Dallas 1. Goals: Ihemelu (McCarty, Shea) 79.
Houston -- Onstad, Hainault (Mulrooney 79), Boswell, Robinson (Cochrane 39), Chabala, Mullan, Davis, Palmer, Ashe (Cruz 74), Oduro, Landin.
FC Dallas -- Hartman, Pearce, Ihemelu, John, Loyd (Avila 46; Wallace 75), Benitez, Harris, Hernandez, McCarty, Shea (Yeisley 89), Ferreira.
Yellow Cards: Houston -- Hainault 50; FC Dallas -- Hernandez 45.
Red Card: FC Dallas -- Benitez 73.
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez.
Att.: 13,231  

May 5 in Commerce City, Colo.
Colorado 0 Los Angeles 1. Goal: Gordon (Donovan) 2.
Colorado -- Pickens, Earls, Wynne, Baudet, Moor, Ballouchy (Lopez 71), Mastroeni, Larentowicz, Thompson (Clark 46), Casey, Cummings.
Los Angeles -- Ricketts, DeLaGarza (Jordan, 81), Gonzalez, Berhalter, Dunivant, Stephens, Birchall, Juninho (Kirovski, 62), Donovan, Buddle, Gordon (Mathis, 71).
Yellow Cards: Colorado -- Ballouchy 30, Cummings 64, Casey 77; Los Angeles -- Juninho 31, Buddle 89.
Referee: Edvin Jurisevic.
Att.: 9,882.

GOAL SCORERS:
9 Buddle (Los Angeles)
6 De Rosario (Toronto FC)
4 Schilawski (New England)
4 Le Toux (Philadelphia)
4 Angel (New York)
3 +2 Padilla (Chivas USA)
3 +1 Kamara (Kansas City)
3
Wondolowski (San Jose)
3
Zakuani (Seattle)
3
Cunningham (FC Dallas)
3 Barros Schelotto (Columbus)
3 Casey (Colorado)
3 Morales (Real Salt Lake)



0 comments
  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: May 6, 2010 at 10:41 a.m.
    Galaxy v Rapids, Dynamo v FC Dallas, and DC v KC were not worth the price of admission. All three matches were mediocre at best. TV commentators suffocated the games with winded chatter as players turned the ball over with regular inefficiency and the referees blew several blantant calls. Three pitiful matches of third/fourth level football.

  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: May 6, 2010 at 12:59 p.m.
    To "I w Nowozeniuk:" Apparently you've a tremendous dislike for anything MLS, but it seems to me that what riles and upsets you the most is the tv commentators, and you know what" I agree with you. About the chatter-natter-nattering of the commentators: yes, they take much away from the game, as do others even in Spanish (e.g. The Univision telecasts of Mexican games, or even Cantor's almost stilted and tilted chatterbox!) The MLS chatterers got themselves the gig as result of the good old boy network, some former NT players and some who played college or were members of the timber squad of their teams, and may even, just maybe, have a national US Soccer Coaching License and were hired first as interns, and lo and behold if they have a European accent they're considered to be football experts. So my suggestion to you I w is to turn off the sound and just watch the action and provide your own commentary. As for the play, it takes time to make a good chicken salad and MLS is still in the now adolescent stage and is in a pre-puberty stage. Give 'em a chance....


Sign in to leave a comment. Don't have an account? Join Now




AUTHORS

ARCHIVES
FOLLOW SOCCERAMERICA

Recent Soccer America Daily
Where to Watch European Soccer    
The new European club season has started up. Here are places Soccer America readers recommend where ...
Robinho's chip is masterful    
[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Robinho, back with the club that spawned him, scored his first Brazilian league ...
Pennsylvania has long history of Open Cup success    
[MAKING A LIST] If the Philadelphia Union beats the Seattle Sounders in Tuesday's Lamar Hunt U.S. ...
Philly's Curtin: 'I don't want to let the city down'    
[U.S. OPEN CUP: Final] As an organization, the Seattle Sounders have a brief yet rich tradition ...
All MLS teams but Sporting KC on double duty    
[CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Preview] MLS's five entrants take a combined 5-0-1 record into Matchday 4 of ...
Arsenal and Man City look to repeat road feats    
[UCL: Three Games to Watch] The new UEFA Champions League season kicks off with a bang. ...
What They're Saying: Michael Bradley    
"They continue to assign Canadian referees with Canadian teams playing against American teams ... It makes ...
Intentional or not, Blas Perez's goal is amazing     
[VIDEO PICK: MLS Goals of the Week] It's unclear whether FC Dallas' Panamanian striker Blas Perez ...
Spain advances to finals for first time    
[2015 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP] Spain qualified for the 2015 Women's World Cup for the first time ...
Curtin has Union on brink of first trophy    
[OPEN CUP: Final] The Philadelphia Union goes for its first trophy when it hosts the Seattle ...
>> Soccer America Daily Archives