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    Not a day goes by, it seems, without some more craziness from FIFAland.
  • MLS Positional Rankings: Rimando tops the list of best keepers
    The goalkeeping position is rather stable in MLS; a few teams have proven veterans who are entrenched, and several others have gone with younger players through good times and bad. Not many teams change keepers often, though some shaky times in the Colorado goal this year had fans scratching their heads. Montreal, too, never seemed to get that sure-handed, reliable stalwart in the nets.
  • MLS Awards: Martins is our MVP pick in photo finish
    Notable seasons for several excellent players turned the Most Valuable Player vote into a scramble.
  • Away goals rule can be altered to good effect
    After completion of three MLS playoff series with the away goals rule in force, I have a suggestion: Tweak it.
  • MLS Awards: Clark edges Morales for top newcomer award
    Every season brings a fleet of new players to the league and this year's crop included an array of attackers, a few role players and a very good goalie.
  • What are the implications of away goals?
    MLS has adopted the away-goals rule for the 2014 playoffs, and for each of the four conference semifinal series underway, its impact is different.
  • MLS Awards: Olsen is the obvious, and right, choice for Coach of the Year
    D.C. United's worst-to-first transformation is one of the league's top stories of 2014 but it wasn't the only team to take strides forward during the season with new men in charge.
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