[CROWD COUNT] Wednesday's game between the LA Galaxy and Manchester United drew 84,632 fans at the Rose Bowl for their international friendly dubbed the … Read the whole story
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Colombian Radamel Falcao, recovering from an ACL injury, was perhaps the most lamentable scratch from this summer's World Cup. … Read the whole story
[PREVIEW: Week 20] A pair of important Eastern Conference games and the first showdown of the season between Western rivals Seattle and Los Angeles … Read the whole story
[MLS TRANSACTIONS] Real Salt Lake has signed 17-year-old academy star Sebastian Saucedo from RSL Arizona as its eighth-ever Homegrown Player. Saucedo, the first Utah … Read the whole story
[INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES] Emerson Hyndman, the 18-year-old grandson of former FC Dallas coach Schellas Hyndman, is in the Fulham squad for its friendly against D.C. … Read the whole story
[AMERICANS ABROAD] A decade after making his pro debut at the age of 14 with D.C. United, Freddy Adu is off to play in … Read the whole story
[USL PRO] Jaime Villarreal, younger brother of Jose Villarreal, signed with LA Galaxy II, becoming the first Galaxy academy player to sign a pro … Read the whole story
[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Georgia's Concorde Fire Elite and New Jersey's PDA Harkes will play Saturday for the McGuire Cup, the oldest trophy in youth … Read the whole story
"He is a player with a good eye and good technique and is very agile. He has the ambition to find the ball on the field. So he's the kind of player who could be of use to the United States. He's in
some ways the type of player the U.S. was missing in the World Cup."
-- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on 17-year-old Gideon Zelalem, who is potentially eligible to play for the USA, Germany and Ethiopia. Wenger said Zelalem, who grew up in Maryland and is with the Gunners for Saturday's game against the New York Red Bulls, has to grow and develop mentally to reach his potential in the next two or three years. (SI.com)
"Of course, it's embarrassing ... It's embarrassing because we're the LA Galaxy, and the scoreline doesn't reflect how good of a team we are. It certainly doesn't. The sooner, the quicker we move on
from this game, the better."
-- Los Angeles Galaxy striker Robbie Keane after the Galaxy's 7-0 loss to Manchester United on Wednesday. (MLSSoccer.net)
[OBITUARY] Dan Borislow, the controversial owner of franchise MagicJack in defunct Women's Professional Soccer, died Tuesday night of a heart attack at the age … Read the whole story