• Parkhurst sees bright future with return to MLS
    The last addition to the U.S. national team roster is the first one to admit that his future looked murky until about a month ago.
  • Sakiewicz: Edu deal is 'win-win deal for everybody'
    On separate planes, Philadelphia Union president Nick Sakiewicz and U.S. midfielder Maurice Edu flew back from England Monday after concluding their business there over the weekend.
  • Union's Hackworth sees Edu as critical piece of midfield puzzle
    Maurice Edu would certainly be a welcome addition to the Philadelphia Union, but if a transfer from Stoke City materializes as expected, he won't replace Jeff Parke at center back.
  • Draft aftermath yields much intrigue
    A few thoughts in the aftermath of the 2014 SuperDraft held Thursday in Philadelphia:
  • Camilo departure stinks, but it's business
    It took a statement from MLS commissioner Don Garber to confirm what had been painfully obvious from the get-go in the Camilo-to-Queretaro mess: claims of confusion over an option clause in Camilo's contract that caused him and his agent to believe he was a free agent were a smokescreen, plain and simple.
  • Bradley deal ratchets up scrutiny of MLS
    More and more, the 2014 World Cup is shaping up as a referendum on a vital aspect of Major League Soccer.
  • Unique deal with Atlanta only makes sense for Wynalda
    The scene was the San Jose location of Gordon Biersch bar and restaurant near the Fairmont Hotel, where visiting MLS teams usually stay when they play the Quakes, and the topic was Eric Wynalda.