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Defending MLS champs seldom look the part in post-Donovan days

Drab draw with the Rapids extended unbeaten run to four games, yet the Galaxy is still seeking momentum.
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Revs are running on all cylinders

What other MLS team can afford to bring Jose Goncalves and Lee Nguyen, both MLS Best XI picks within the last two seasons, or Diego Fagundez, the most prolific teenage scorer in MLS history, off the bench like New England did Saturday in its 2-1 win over the New York Red Bulls in a ...
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MLS: The Best of April

Great drama on the international stage brought MLS notoriety and many teams began to forge their identities in the second month of league play.
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Impact players 'give it up' to Club America

A 4-2 defeat in the second leg of the Concacaf Champions League final left Montreal players and fans disappointed but proud nonetheless.
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Impact fans will get the last laugh at Big O

Let's hope Wednesday night's Montreal Impact-Club America game for Concacaf supremacy lives up to the pregame hype.
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Sigi Schmid: MLS clubs are 'committed to win the CCL'

Seattle Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid is looking forward to the big game in Montreal Wednesday that could earn MLS a regional club title.
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Chicago is on Fire, Accam puts MLS on warning

The hottest team in MLS is the Chicago Fire. It took a gap of almost three weeks, but the Fire won its third game in a row with a 1-0 victory over New York City FC.
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MLS = Mostly Low Scoring. That's a Problem.

The American fan has an extensive menu of soccer available this and every weekend, as U.S. TV coverage includes games from England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain - and, of course, our MLS.
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Nice win underlines U-23 issues

I didn't have great expectations Wednesday for the U-23 friendly between the U.S. and Mexico at StubHub Center and I wasn't disappointed.
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Michael Bradley: It will be a process building Toronto FC

New DPs and a new facility have revived playoff hopes in Toronto despite a brutal seven-game road run to start the season.
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Montreal's commitment to CCL pays off with dramatic success

A sellout crowd of 105,000 is expected Wednesday for the first leg of the Concacaf Champions League finals between Club America and Montreal.
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Downsizing works for the Red Bulls

It only seems like only yesterday that the New York Red Bulls fired Mike Petke, prompting fans to launch a #RedBullOut campaign and buy space on a billboard on I-280 near Red Bull Arena and voice their displeasure over the firing termed "disgraceful" and "shameful" and the general direction of the club owned by Austria-based Red Bull.

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The Omar Factor

Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez got his first start since the World Cup in a 2-0 defeat of Mexico,and now he waits to see what it means for his U.S. future.
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Forward thinking jumbles USA puzzle

Goals by Jordan Morris and Juan Agudelo illustrate the range of choices and decisions being faced by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann
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Experience counts for a lot, but youth will decide Women's World Cup

Change comes slowly in women's soccer. Jill Ellis was no Jurgen Klinsmann in picking her 23-player roster for this summer's Women's World Cup.
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