• Toronto rediscovers the will to win
    A month of turmoil and player upheaval was briefly set aside as Toronto scored deep in stoppage time to down Canadian rival Vancouver, 3-2, in a spectacular match at BMO Field.
  • Hiring an MLS coach: What's the formula?
    Portland seemed to have made a shrewd choice when it hired John Spencer as its head coach two years ago, but after a promising 2011 expansion season a run of poor results sent him packing to join a rather extensive list of men cast off in the last few years.
  • MLS Power Rankings: Heavy schedule takes toll
    A busy week of 16 games sparked movement in all areas of the rankings, but despite losing one game and tying another, No. 1 San Jose retained the top spot. The heavy schedule slowed down the attacks of several teams, with five of the games ending, 0-0.
  • MLS Midseason Best XI
    Surprise teams San Jose and D.C. United are well-represented for their accomplishments so far this season as we acknowledge the top performances so far this season.
  • Goal-line technology can't come soon enough
    Is the sport of soccer, prehistoric in some ways as far as innovations and change, about to enter the new world of technology? Even the FIFA dinosaurs have seen the light.
  • MLS Power Rankings: Top teams hold their spots
    Top teams hold their spots, Fire rises up to fourth. New signings, including a few Designated Players, are getting familiar with their teammates as MLS hits the midseason point.
  • Cardiac Quakes shock once again
    I've never been a big believer that axiom that a two-goal lead is the most dangerous lead in soccer, but the San Jose Earthquakes are making believers of me.