After 40 minutes of errant passes and clumsy touches, the Americans broke through in their Gold Cup quarterfinal against El Salvador to win, 2-0, ... Read the whole story
During an Argentine game for promotion to the second division, the camera-carrying drone crashed into the stands after a sharp-shooting Gimnasia fan nailed with ... Read the whole story
The USA had already staked out a 2-0 lead over El Salvador when the game degenerated in the second half. In separate incidents in ... Read the whole story
The USA managed to reach the Gold Cup semifinal while playing the least amount of laudable soccer possible in a 2-0 win. Defenders provided ... Read the whole story
The USA will face Costa Rica in the semifinals of the Gold Cup, a preview of their key Sept. 1 meeting in World Cup ... Read the whole story
Down 3-0 at home to D.C. United after 50 minutes, the Seattle Sounders rallied with four goals in 27 minutes for a 4-3 victory, ... Read the whole story
It took six months, but North Carolina FC, which is backing the Raleigh/Durham bid for an MLS expansion team, unveiled plans for its proposed ... Read the whole story
First, Christian Pulisic on Tuesday, now Weston McKennie on Wednesday. A pair of American teenagers are showing off their talents with some nifty work ... Read the whole story
"I hadn't seen the billboard. I had no idea about that. It seems a very odd thing. I am one that believes rivalries are intrinsic, meaning they happen through experiences. It would be premature to talk about whether or not they are our rival. We'll see, starting with the first 15 minutes of the match on Friday, and we will go from there to decide if they're our rivals or not."
-- Orlando City coach Jason Kreis reacts to a downtown Orlando billboard purchased by Atlanta United, ahead of the teams first MLS clash, that reads, “Orlando, we’re coming to conquer.” (MLSSoccer.com)
"People don't go to a game to read a balance sheet."
-- Longtime Detroit soccer promoter Roger Faulkner going back to the NASL's Express, on the financial clout of Detroit's MLS backers -- billionaire NBA owners Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores -- being just one of the factors that will make a successful soccer market. (Detroit News)