• Jeff test for an MLS newsletter
    DISCIPLINARY MEASURES. MLS has suspended Chicago forward Andy Herron for six games without pay in the aftermath of his ejection from last season's semifinal playoff loss to New England. Herron protested vehemently when referee Terry Vaughn disallowed a stoppage-time equalizer by Gonzalo Segares after referee assistant George Gansner raised his flag for offside. Herron jostled both officials. The suspension equals a six-game ban imposed on goalkeeper Thomas Ravelli, who deliberately kicked a ball and struck a referee during his only MLS season in 1998, as the longest meted out by MLS. AFTERMATH. Another, subtler, form of ...