• Scorers in D.C. and Philly can revive Eastern Conference
    So much buzz is radiating out of the Western Conference, it's leaving the East somewhat under appreciated.
  • Lottery determines who lands young stars
    The second of three weighted lotteries will be held Monday afternoon as MLS uses that mechanism to distribute players not subject to the allocation process or other procedures. The rights to former University of Virginia forward Chris Agorsor will be determined on Monday, and ex-Crystal Palace Baltimore defender Korey Veeder is up for grabs Tuesday.
  • Roster revamp continues in Philly
    From his comments Wednesday in a telephone conference call with reporters can be gleaned that Union coach Peter Nowak is not done tinkering.
  • How much time will new coaches be given?
    Asking which of the new coaches hired by MLS teams in the past few months will get off to the quickest start or last the longest really aren't the most pertinent questions regarding the futures of Robin Fraser, Aron Winter and Ben Olsen.
  • Finally, four-time champ gets a field of its own
    It's taken more than a dozen years and four championships for San Jose/Houston, one of the most successful MLS teams competitively and least appreciated politically, to get a viable stadium project underway.
  • For Charlie Davies, D.C. is the place to be
    In a week or so, we'll know if D.C. United's coaching staff and management believes a year-long loan for Charlie Davies makes sense.
  • Adidas deal supersedes all else
    While in Buenos Aires last week, MLS commissioner Don Garber said while he knew nothing about a media "report" that stated legendary club Boca Juniors might be interested in securing rights to an MLS franchise some day, he welcomed the chance to work with Boca and other Argentine clubs.