The Columbus Crew beat D.C. United 3-0 to open the 2014 MLS season. The Columbus Crew opened a new era of soccer in central Ohio with a 3-0 road win over Eastern Conference rivals D.C. United. After an offseason that saw the appointment of a new head coach and the departure of three of he Crew's longest tenured players - Chad ..
The Argentine Designated Player carved up the Impact defense. FC Dallas opened their campaign with a solid performance and bagged a happy 3 points. The match itself was a bit of a pendulum swing with Montreal starting strong and netting the first goal, to Dallas grabbing all the momentum back by scoring three unanswered, on..
The 2014 MLS Season kicked off for the Union in Portland, again. Check out the Whole Story from match preview to post match anaylsis Portland Timbers vs Philadelphia UnionProvidence Park - Portland, OregonMarch 8th, 10:30pm Eastern - Comcast SportsNet In the first trip to the stadium formerly known as JELD-WEN Field since 20..
Chivas USA started the 2014 MLS regular season on a strong note, beating the Chicago Fire 3-2 at home Sunday afternoon. After a scoreless first half, the teams shared a veritable goal explosion in the second half, with Erick Torres starting the season off right with a penalty kick goal he earned himself in the 56th minute. Chi..
New look, new result: Chivas USA 3, Chicago Fire 2
2014 Matchday 1: FC Dallas vs Montreal Impact
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