1:08 PM EDT, Mon June 18, 2018
MLS Multiplex 1 hour ago

New York Red Bulls: 4 consequences of US Open Cup exit

On Saturday, the Philadelphia Union beat the New York Red Bulls 2-1 in the Round of 16 of the US Open Cup But with New York’s objectives in mind, they lost much more than a game. Here are four consequences from their US Open Cup exit. It was a disappointing loss for the New York […] New York Red Bulls: 4 consequences of US Open Cup exit - MLS Multiplex - MLS Multiplex - Major League Soccer | MLS News, Rumors, Updates, and More
Waking The Red 1 hour ago
Former Red Justin Braun haunts TFC II in loss to Indy Eleven

Former Red Justin Braun haunts TFC II in loss to Indy Eleven

The Young Reds lose 3-1 to Indy Eleven on Saturday evening at Rochester’s Marina Auto Stadium Toronto FC II dropped an eighth-straight match on Saturday night, falling 3-1 to Indy Eleven in the second of four home matches to be played in Rochester. Kevin Venegas opened the scoring in the 23rd minute for Indy, but Ayo Akinola, continuing his strong run of form of late, replied in the 28th minute with a shot from range that reportedly picked out the top corner. But as is so often the case for the first team, a former Red, Justin Braun, did the damage in getting reacquainted with his old...
Sounder At Heart 1 hour ago
Realio’s Ratings: Roldan does his best to keep the midfield functional

Realio’s Ratings: Roldan does his best to keep the midfield functional

Cristian Roldan does his best to get the midfield engine humming, but it’s not enough. Seattle went on the road, on short rest, with an injured team, to play the New York Red Bulls, one of the best teams in the league and one that’s completely healthy. The difference showed as New York could have amassed an early lead and dominated for long stretches. They didn’t put Seattle away, however, and the Sounders nearly stole points late before succumbing 1-2. Goalkeeper Stefan Frei – 6 | Community – 6.9 It’s great that Frei made 11 saves, but a majority of them were routine balls...
Pro Soccer USA 2 hours ago

San Jose Earthquakes’ midfielder Anibal Godoy prepared to help Panama surprise in World Cup debut

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Since making his debut with the Panama national team back in 2010, a few weeks after his 20th birthday, Aníbal Godoy has become a mainstay in the midfield for a country that never played in a World Cup finals — until now. They left it until the final day of Concacaf […] The post San Jose Earthquakes’ midfielder Anibal Godoy prepared to help Panama surprise in World Cup debut appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Once A Metro 2 hours ago
How U-9 taught Tab Ramos more than a World Cup

How U-9 taught Tab Ramos more than a World Cup

Tab Ramos knew so little about the game he played professionally at the highest level. Now, he is a prophet of youth soccer, but will he follow his U-20 alumni to the top? Tab Ramos has long been a visible star of soccer in the United States, and these next few weeks will be no different, as the former national team midfielder and current U.S. U-20 coach and youth technical director is part of a star-studded list of analysts for Telemundo Deportes’ 2018 World Cup coverage. Ramos is currently residing in Red Square, where he spins his tactical webs on television alongside former icons of...
Sounder At Heart 2 hours ago
Major Link Soccer: Kreis out in Orlando

Major Link Soccer: Kreis out in Orlando

Caleb Porter in? Also, tons of World Cup news, including who Landon Donovan is rooting for (Hint, they beat the reigning champions). Seattle 2018 Winners | Washington Beer AwardsA heads up for when you head to the bottle shop or bar. Seattle Sounders Academy U-19s hoping professional experience can help secure USSDA title | Seattle Sounders FC Oddly, no mention of Svensson in the article... But, hey, Goose shout out: Sweden made the #WorldCup without one of its best-ever players in Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and yet it might be a better team. Gustav Svensson is one reason why. #APOriginals...
Pro Soccer USA 2 hours ago

Belgium vs. Panama: 3 Key battles that could decide World Cup clash Monday

                          3 Key Battles Which Could Decide Belgium’s World Cup Clash With Panama on Monday The post Belgium vs. Panama: 3 Key battles that could decide World Cup clash Monday appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Pro Soccer USA 2 hours ago

Sweden 1-0 South Korea: Dream start for Swedes as Granqvist penalty breaks Koreans’ resistance

                          Sweden 1-0 South Korea: Dream Start for Swedes as Granqvist Penalty Breaks Koreans’ Resistance The post Sweden 1-0 South Korea: Dream start for Swedes as Granqvist penalty breaks Koreans’ resistance appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Pro Soccer USA 3 hours ago

Harold Cummings fights back from injury, ready for Panama’s World Cup challenge

SAN JOSE, Calif. — After enduring almost a year away from the game, Harold Cummings has made it to the pinnacle of the sport. The central defender will represent Panama in the nation’s first FIFA World Cup finals appearance. Cummings made his debut for Panama back in 2010 and has earned more than 50 caps […] The post Harold Cummings fights back from injury, ready for Panama’s World Cup challenge appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Pro Soccer USA 3 hours ago

Houston Dynamo’s Adolfo Machado ready for the challenge in Panama’s first World Cup appearance

HOUSTON – Panamanian defender Adolfo Machado dropped to his knees and thanked God when the referee blew his whistle inside Panama City’s Estadio Rommel Fernandez — and with good reason. Panama had just defeated Costa Rica — thanks to an 87th-minute golazo from centerback Roman Torres — to send Los Canaleros to their first ever World […] The post Houston Dynamo’s Adolfo Machado ready for the challenge in Panama’s first World Cup appearance appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Pro Soccer USA 4 hours ago

Sweden and Seattle Sounders’ Gustav Svensson ready to embrace uncertain future at World Cup

When Gustav Svensson finalized his transfer to the Seattle Sounders, it seemed all but certain that his days with the Swedish national team had reached an end. The midfielder had not been called up since two days after his previous transfer to the Chinese Super League’s Guangzhou R&F. When the Swede turned 30 a week […] The post Sweden and Seattle Sounders’ Gustav Svensson ready to embrace uncertain future at World Cup appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Pro Soccer USA 4 hours ago

3 Key battles that could decide Sweden’s World Cup clash with South Korea

                          3 Key Battles That Could Decide Sweden’s World Cup Clash With South Korea on Monday The post 3 Key battles that could decide Sweden’s World Cup clash with South Korea appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
Pro Soccer USA 5 hours ago

2018 FIFA World Cup: Get to know the Major League Soccer players in Russia

A total of 19 Major League Soccer players — plus another out on loan — headed over to Russia to represent their countries in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Some will play starting roles for their teams, others will be ready to come off the bench at a moment’s notice and one already was sent […] The post 2018 FIFA World Cup: Get to know the Major League Soccer players in Russia appeared first on Pro Soccer USA.
MLS Multiplex 5 hours ago

World Cup: Sweden and Gustav Svensson – So there’s a chance?

Seattle Sounders FC’s star Gustav Svensson hasn’t started for Sweden’s national team. So what’s his chance on Monday vs. South Korea in the FIFA World Cup? When he starts with Seattle Sounders, Gustav Svensson moves skillfully from defender to defensive midfielder. While not a starter for Sweden, he subbed in and proved indispensable in their […] World Cup: Sweden and Gustav Svensson – So there’s a chance? - MLS Multiplex - MLS Multiplex - Major League Soccer | MLS News, Rumors, Updates, and More
Sounder At Heart 8 hours ago
World Cup Day 5: It’s Seattle Sounders Day in Russia!

World Cup Day 5: It’s Seattle Sounders Day in Russia!

Monday sees Gustav Svensson and Roman Torres make their World Cup debuts while England versus Tunisia is an underrated finish to the day. World Cup 2018 gave us a Father’s Day to remember. Serbia scored a scorching free kick from Aleksandar Kolarov and held on to beat a toothless Costa Rica 1-0 before the fireworks really began. Mexico came out strong against Germany and got a first half goal from Hirving “Chucky” Lozano and held on to win the match 1-0 despite squandering numerous 3 on 1 counter opportunities to really seal the game. As Mexico finished off Germany all eyes turned...

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    Gustav Svensson

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    Roman Torres

    Unlikely captain, unlikely team: Seattle Sounders’ Roman Torres and Panama at the World Cup

  • 2 Harold Cummings

    Harold Cummings

    Harold Cummings fights back from injury, ready for Panama’s World Cup challenge

  • 2 Daniel Salloi

    Daniel Salloi

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  • 1 Stefan Frei

    Stefan Frei

    Realio’s Ratings: Roldan does his best to keep the midfield functional

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