A high-scoring weekend moved several teams up Soccer America's MLS Power Rankings, but unbeaten New York hung on to the top spot. A 1-1 … Read the whole story
Jozy Altidore scored his first two goals since opening with two goals in his debut with Toronto FC seven weeks ago as it won, … Read the whole story
A 28-year-old striker who plays for Australia's Adelaide United might find himself a candidate for FIFA Puskas Goal of the Year award. Tarek Elrich … Read the whole story
Alejandro Bedoya scored his third goal of the season in Nantes' 1-1 tie at Toulouse, and Aron Johannsson scored his sixth goal for AZ … Read the whole story
Andrea Pirlo looks good losing; Watford's reality TV promotion; Champions League tidbits. Plus, why an insignificant London derby trumped Bayern Munich's 25th Bundesliga title. Read the whole story
Abby Wambach is sitting out the season. Alex Morgan has yet to play as she rests with a knee injury. No problem. The NWSL … Read the whole story
There were sellouts at Indy Eleven (10,524), Minnesota United (9,233) and Atlanta (5,511) for a trio of matches that ended in draws. The big … Read the whole story
The Rochester Rhinos extended their unbeaten run to six matches with a 2-0 victory against the New York Red Bulls II in their home … Read the whole story
"I don't know what Don was asked specifically, but frankly, I wouldn't have said some of things he did the way he did."
-- U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati in response to remarks made by MLS commissioner Don Garber, telling the Associated Press Sports Editors that MLS would continue to pursue top American players "regardless of what our national team coach might want to do." (ESPN FC)
"I think boring is 10 years without a title -- that's boring. If you support a club and you wait, wait, wait for so many years without a Premier League title, then that's boring."
-- Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho responds to Arsenal fans chanting "Boring Boring Chelsea" during Sunday's scoreless draw that keeps Chelsea on track to winning this season's English Premier League title, a crown Arsenal last claimed in 2004. (BBC)
The hottest team in MLS is the Chicago Fire. It took a gap of almost three weeks, but the Fire won its third game … Read the whole story