• Impact players 'give it up' to Club America
    A 4-2 defeat in the second leg of the Concacaf Champions League final left Montreal players and fans disappointed but proud nonetheless.
  • Impact fans will get the last laugh at Big O
    Let's hope Wednesday night's Montreal Impact-Club America game for Concacaf supremacy lives up to the pregame hype.
  • Sigi Schmid: MLS clubs are 'committed to win the CCL'
    Seattle Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid is looking forward to the big game in Montreal Wednesday that could earn MLS a regional club title.
  • Chicago is on Fire, Accam puts MLS on warning
    The hottest team in MLS is the Chicago Fire. It took a gap of almost three weeks, but the Fire won its third game in a row with a 1-0 victory over New York City FC.
  • MLS = Mostly Low Scoring. That's a Problem.
    The American fan has an extensive menu of soccer available this and every weekend, as U.S. TV coverage includes games from England, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain - and, of course, our MLS.
  • Nice win underlines U-23 issues
    I didn't have great expectations Wednesday for the U-23 friendly between the U.S. and Mexico at StubHub Center and I wasn't disappointed.
  • Michael Bradley: It will be a process building Toronto FC
    New DPs and a new facility have revived playoff hopes in Toronto despite a brutal seven-game road run to start the season.
  • Montreal's commitment to CCL pays off with dramatic success
    A sellout crowd of 105,000 is expected Wednesday for the first leg of the Concacaf Champions League finals between Club America and Montreal.
  • Downsizing works for the Red Bulls
    It only seems like only yesterday that the New York Red Bulls fired Mike Petke, prompting fans to launch a #RedBullOut campaign and buy space on a billboard on I-280 near Red Bull Arena and voice their displeasure over the firing termed "disgraceful" and "shameful" and the general direction of the club owned by Austria-based Red Bull.View image | gettyimages.com
  • The Omar Factor
    Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez got his first start since the World Cup in a 2-0 defeat of Mexico,and now he waits to see what it means for his U.S. future.
  • Forward thinking jumbles USA puzzle
    Goals by Jordan Morris and Juan Agudelo illustrate the range of choices and decisions being faced by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann
  • Experience counts for a lot, but youth will decide Women's World Cup
    Change comes slowly in women's soccer. Jill Ellis was no Jurgen Klinsmann in picking her 23-player roster for this summer's Women's World Cup.
  • Agudelo's journey takes him back to the national team
    The youngest player ever to score for the USA is hoping the friendly against Mexico Wednesday marks a change in his fortunes.
  • MLS gets its wish, and it's ugly -- parity
    So, let's have a show of hands. Who says their favorite MLS team is playing well? OK, let's not have everyone raise his or her hand at once. We see a few hands reluctantly go up from the South Ward. Who'd have bet on the Red Bulls being unbeaten six weeks into the MLS season?
  • Projecting Klinsmann's USA roster for Mexico game
    The next friendly for the USA is against its bitterest rival and with a roster announcement expected soon the speculation is running wild.
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