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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 – Brandon McDonald signed new multiyear contract with D.C. United

MLS – Brandon McDonald signed new multiyear contract with D.C. United

Washington, D.C. (August 23, 2011) - D.C. United announced today the club has signed defender Brandon McDonald to a new contract. Since being acquired from the San Jose Earthquakes for allocation money on June 27, the central defender has become a crucial part of United’s defensive success. McDonald has played in nine matches since joining United, starting each of those contests. In that span, the 25-year-old has helped the club to a 3-2-4 record, including four shutout performances. Read More »

MLS Weekend 23 – Preview, Picks and Predictions

MLS Weekend 23 – Preview, Picks and Predictions

Eastern Conference leaders Columbus Crew facing second team in the table Philadelphia Union, both teams coached by Polish managers Robert Warzycha and Peter Nowak, and both with aspirations to have top team at least on the East. Tons of action this weekend on the west. FC Dallas will host Seattle Sounders, but real bestseller should be in Portland where Timbers host their rival the Whitecaps. California derby between Galaxy and Earthquakes always have some special taste, but this time Robbie Keane debut will still all the attention. Will Quakes use that in their advantage? Galaxy win and Rapids over The Goats are my favorite picks for this MLS Weekend. Read More »

MLS Week 22 – Preview, Picks and Predictions

MLS Week 22 – Preview, Picks and Predictions

His first pro coach Peter Nowak and Freddy Adu back in MLS action, will sure get all the highlights and attention this weekend, but will that translate to Union win? Red Bulls and Crew are my favorites for this weekend, but all the games seem to be very close on the paper. Some of my picks for this weekend may surprise you, but here is Week 22 of my MLS prediction. Read More »

MLS – San Jose Earthquakes vs D.C. United 0-2 – Quotes and VIDEO Highlights – Dwayne De Rosario, Brandon McDonald and coach Ben Olsen

MLS – San Jose Earthquakes vs D.C. United 0-2 – Quotes and VIDEO Highlights – Dwayne De Rosario, Brandon McDonald and coach Ben Olsen

SANTA CLARA, California – The San Jose Earthquakes lost for the first time in the club’s last seven games at home, dropping a 2-0 result against D.C. United in front of a sold out crowd of 10,525 at Buck Shaw Stadium. Former San Jose striker Dwayne De Rosario scored both goals for D.C. United, one in the 57th minute and another in the 66th minute, to lead United to the win. Read More »

MLS – San Jose Earthquakes vs. New England Revolution – VIDEO highlights and quotes – WATCH Bobby Convey wonder GOAL

MLS – San Jose Earthquakes vs. New England Revolution – VIDEO highlights and quotes – WATCH Bobby Convey wonder GOAL

The San Jose Earthquakes stretched their unbeaten streak to three games with a 2-1 win over the New England Revolution Saturday night at Buck Shaw Stadium. The Quakes came to life in the second half with goals from Ellis McLoughlin and Bobby Convey. McLoughlin headed home his first career goal following a perfect cross from Chris Wondolowski in the 71st minute to open the scoring. Convey then curled home an incredible free kick to give San Jose a two-goal cushion. Revs midfielder Chris Tierney scored a free kick of his own in the 86th minute to cut the score to 2-1, but the Quakes held on to win their second straight game at home. Read More »

MLS – New England Revolution midfielder Pat Phelan expects return against Vancouver

The lingering effects forced Phelan to miss matches against Sporting Kansas City (April 23) and Chivas USA (April 30), but he expected to carve out a place in the squad for last weekend's 0-0 draw with Colorado. Phelan looked on course to return until a peculiar shin injury flared up last week after he belatedly felt the impact of a shin-to-shin collision with Revolution defender Darrius Barnes. Read More »

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