4:01 PM EDT, Thu August 21, 2014
Eastern Conference Rumors & News
Washington Post 1 hour ago
The Toronto Blue Jays may not mind a little competition on the baseball diamond, but when it comes to their blue jay mascot, the team wants to stand alone. This month, the team legally challenged Creighton University’s redesign of its own Bluejays logo by filing an opposition with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, SportsLogos.net reported Wednesday. Read full article >>
Washington Post 2 hours ago
People do a lot of crazy things when it comes to sports, but the Bulgarian super fan of Manchester United set a new standard this week when he legally changed his name to Manchester Zdravkov Levidzhov-United. He didn’t stop there, however. After a 15-year legal battle with the Bulgarian courts, Levidzhov-United one-upped himself by tattooing the team’s crest on his forehead. Yes, ON. HIS. FOREHEAD. Read full article >>
The Crew 6 hours ago
Although Andy Loughnane has had just three full days in the office, the freshly appointed Crew President of Business Operations has already delved deep into his newfound role as he shepherds the organization into a new era under Precourt Sports Ventures. A sports industry veteran with experience at the Columbus Blue Jackets, Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons, as well as other non-sports entities such as Columbus-based Glimcher Realty Trust, Loughnane sat down with TheCrew.com to discuss his first impressions of life with the Black & Gold and what he envisions for the future. Read More
The Crew 6 hours ago
Much of the talk about the Houston Dynamo in recent weeks has been about the high-profile signings of DaMarcus Beasley and Luis Garrido, but the most important addition for Houston might have simply been the return of one of their own. With Brad Davis back in the fold following his run with the United States Mens National Team at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the Dynamo are simply a different team and the numbers support that -- staggeringly. Read More
CSN Washington 7 hours ago
It was not the easy night at the office that United might have hoped for, but it was mission accomplished .
The Crew 9 hours ago
After announcing a new President of Business Operations, the Columbus Crew took care of business on the field, defeating the LA Galaxy 4-1. And then after that fireworks display during the game, the Crew put on a fireworks display after the game. Read More
Columbus Dispatch 11 hours ago
Galaxy 4, Rapids 3: Landon Donovan scored in the 80th minute to give Los Angeles a comeback victory over host Colorado last night.
New England Revolution Blog | ESPN Boston 13 hours ago
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Jay Heaps has been known for his outside-the-box thinking during his head-coaching tenure with the Revolution. But in one recent instance, he was reminded that sometimes it's best to keep it simple. After months of working with striker Charlie Davies out on the wing, Heaps finally relented and allowed the Boston College alum to return to his preferred position. And the decision, so far, has proven to be a masterstroke. In his last three games, Davies has scored twice and assisted once, all from the center forward's spot.
Soccer Insider | Washington Post 15 hours ago
Reading material: My story from D.C. United’s 1-0 victory over Waterhouse FC in the CONCACAF Champions League at RFK Stadium. Group 4 standings: D.C. United 1-0-0, 3 points, +1 goal difference Waterhouse 1-1-0, 3 points, 0 goal difference Tauro 0-1-0, 0 points, -1 goal difference DCU’s remaining schedule: Sept. 16 at Waterhouse in Kinston, Jamaica, […]
Washington Post 16 hours ago
If the circumstances were right, D.C. United Coach Ben Olsen would have gone full force into the CONCACAF Champions League opener Wednesday night at RFK Stadium. United was, after all, dipping into international competition for the first time in five years as the favorite in a three-team first-round group. Read full article >>
philly.com 19 hours ago
The Union signed Algerian World Cup goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi on July 30 and said he would be the starter as soon as he was ready.
Washington Post 20 hours ago
After a five-year absence, D.C. United returns to the CONCACAF Champions League with its Group 4 opener against Waterhouse FC of Jamaica at RFK Stadium. Kickoff: 8 p.m. ET. TV: Fox Sports 2. Read full article >>
Soccer Insider | Washington Post 20 hours ago
After a five-year absence, D.C. United returns to the CONCACAF Champions League with its Group 4 opener against Waterhouse FC of Jamaica at RFK Stadium. Kickoff: 8 p.m. ET. TV: Fox Sports 2. Weather: intermittent rain. Attendance: very small. Referee: Armando Castro (Honduras). Group standings: Waterhouse 1-0-0, 3 points; United 0-0-0, Tauro (Panama) 0-1-0. (Each […]
Washington Post 22 hours ago
After Manchester United’s underwhelming performance against Swansea City to open the season, it was a safe bet that changes were in store. They wasted no time. Although it’s not a name that has driven traffic to transfer rumor Web sites, Rojo will provide United manager Louis van Gaal with more lineup flexibility, allowing him to continue with his 3-5-2 formation. Read full article >>