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Kinnear says goodbye to Houston: 'We did a lot of great things'

The way forward for Houston is impossible to chart in the absence of former head coach Dominic Kinnear, who ended his nine-year stint in charge Friday night with a 2-1 loss to Chicago.
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Yallop encouraged despite frustrating season

The Fire has set a league record for tied games while slipping from its 2013 record, yet its head coach is optimistic about the future.
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MLS Awards: Rimando is deserving of top keeper award

Veteran Real Salt Lake goalie Nick Rimando had another strong season despite being called away by the national team for the World Cup and other games.
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Klinsmann kicks Bradley when he's down

There's an old saying that I think makes some sense: "Praise in public, criticize in private."
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USA concedes late again to wind up tied

The USA controlled play in the first half but couldn't sustain the momentum against Honduras, and wound up with its second 1-1 tie in the last five days.
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USA-Honduras Player Ratings

In a performance that ranks among the USA's most miserable in recent history, Jozy Altidore provided the only American highlight with a superb 10th minute goal.
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Donovan signs off with near-miss and fond goodbyes

The Landon Donovan Era ended with a 1-1 tie against Ecuador as the next phase of head coach Jurgen Klinsmann's reign took a significant step.
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USA-Ecuador Player Ratings

Landon Donovan used the final 41 minutes of his national team career to remind us how much he'll be missed: Coach Jurgen Klinsmann's squad looked much better when the 32-year-old soon-to-be retiree was on the field during a 1-1 tie with Ecuador on Friday in East Hartford, Conn.
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Donovan and the USA, then and now

Nearly 14 years after it started, the national team stint of Landon Donovan will end Friday night in East Hartford, Conn., in a friendly against Ecuador.
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The courage of Landon Donovan

I have been thinking a lot about Landon Donovan this week.


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'Backs to the wall' mentality suits Timbers

With its colorful fan base and incredible string of sellouts at Providence Park, Portland is a flagship MLS franchise off the field. The defending Western Conference regular-season champion needs a strong finish just to get into the playoffs this year.
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The Red Bulls, MLS and limitations of global power

So what should we make of the situation at the New York Red Bulls?
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Impact ponders season of extreme regression

As the first-team eliminated from playoff contention, Montreal is already looking to the future.
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MLS clubs face different challenges in Concacaf Champions League

MLS is well positioned to qualify a region-high four teams for the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals -- Mexico's Liga MX is in danger of qualifying only two teams -- but the New York Red Bulls were eliminated when they lost at Montreal and could only tie FAS in San Salvador in consecutive weeks.
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New deal rewards perseverance of Olsen and his players

Just in time for the postseason push, D.C, United head coach Ben Olsen has signed a contract extension as a reward for an extraordinary reversal from last year's disaster.
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