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New York Red Bulls vs Houston Dynamo Preview and Prediction

New York Red Bulls vs Houston Dynamo Preview and Prediction

The Red Bulls starting 8th week of the season with hosting Houston Dynamo on Wednesday night in only midweek game. The Red Bulls put an end to their season-opening six-game winless streak in their last match, a 2-1 win against Philadelphia Union last Wednesday at Red Bull Arena. The Dynamo saw their winless streak extended to four games, and their goalless streak extended to 229 minutes, following their scoreless draw with Philadelphia over the weekend. Read More »

MLS Alphabet Week 7

MLS Alphabet Week 7

Who was to blame, and who solved Chicago Fire’s problems with converting penalties? Toronto FC GK Julio Cesar and questions about his salary. Which player is Peter Vermes’ biggest pain in the ass? Who has a hospital in their locker room, and why do 40% of the MLS games have the same outcome? Which coach asked referees for "fair consideration," and which others asked them to define "delay of the game?” What do President Obama, the White House and underwear have to do with MLS soccer? We had 6 red cards on yellow Easter, all in MLS Alphabet Week 7. Read More »

MLS Week 7 Preview, Picks and Predictions

MLS Week 7 Preview, Picks and Predictions

The Red Bulls beat Union 2-1 in the first midweek match of the season, but there still plenty of soccer to play over the Easter Weekend. The match of the weekend will take place at Rio Tinto in Salt Lake, where RSL host Timbers, but we should also have some fun in LA, where Chivas USA will try to stop Clint Dempsey and hot Sounders. Read More »

MLS Alphabet Week 6

MLS Alphabet Week 6

Which MLS player should play with a groin protection? Why do the Soccer Gods dislike the Earthquakes? Busy Peter Nowak, and his new gig. What makes illegal home runs at Yankee Stadium? Troubles in Montreal getting louder. Still have winless teams, but who will win first? More Americans love watching soccer, and that's why we should pray for Don Garber. Read More »

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