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National broadcast schedule announced for the Audi 2015 MLS Cup Playoffs

National broadcast schedule announced for the Audi 2015 MLS Cup Playoffs

Major League Soccer today announced the national broadcast schedule for the Audi 2015 MLS Cup Playoffs. For the first time ever all postseason matches will be shown live on national television across the League’s partner networks, ESPN, FS1, Univision Deportes, TSN and RDS. The 2015 MLS Cup will air on Sunday, December 6 at 4 p.m. ET on ESPN, UniMás, TSN and RDS networks. In addition to the domestic broadcasts, playoff matches will be aired in more than 140 countries around the world.   Read More
The Crew Oct 3, 2015

A "once in a lifetime" opportunity for Special Olympics athletes

“What sets Special Olympics apart, is that, in its heart, it’s about competition. It’s not about rolling the ball out, and having fun and high-fives—that’s a part of what we do,” Ryan Phillips says. “We enjoy what we do, but we also work hard; and ultimately, its about competition.” Read More
Columbus Dispatch Oct 3, 2015

Soccer | Kamara has matured since first stint with Crew

adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};Eight years ago, forwards Alejandro Moreno and Kei Kamara wore the black and gold as the Crew missed the playoffs for a third consecutive season.
Washington Post Oct 3, 2015

D.C. United clinches playoff berth: match report, notes, video

My match report from D.C. United’s 2-1 comeback victory over New York City FC at RFK Stadium. Next: No matches next weekend, then Chicago Fire on Oct. 18 at RFK, 2 p.m. (Comcast SportsNet) and at Columbus Crew on Oct. 25, 5 p.m. (CSN). Eastern Conference standings 1. New York Red Bulls 48 points (29 […]
CSN Washington Oct 2, 2015

Upon further review: DCU clinches playoff spot with win

A lineup change by Ben Olsen helped DC United in a 2-1 victory to clinch a playoff spot for the second consecutive season.
philly.com Oct 2, 2015

Sakiewicz' ouster by Union shows fan base's clout

Union fans weren't timid in showing their ire for ousted CEO, and front office seems to have taken concerns to heart.
philly.com Oct 2, 2015

Union part ways with front office executive Nick Sakiewicz

Nick Sakiewicz was the public face of the Union since well before the team's first Major League Soccer season in 2010. Eventually, he and chairman/owner Jay Sugarman had different visions on the direction of the team.
Toronto Sun Oct 2, 2015
Toronto FC's not perfect, but progress being made

Toronto FC's not perfect, but progress being made

It's easy to lose sight of where Toronto FC stands relative to where it was this time two years ago.
philly.com Oct 2, 2015

For Union, time to start closing out rough season

Now what? The Union once again have to bounce off the canvas after what may be the most difficult result in their six-year franchise history.
The Crew Oct 2, 2015

Crew SC looking to attack Red Bulls

Columbus Crew SC is facing the top team in the Eastern Conference and the only club that has clinched a playoff spot so far. The Black & Gold look to secure a post-season berth, too, as they are back on the road to face the New York Red Bulls for the third time this season at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday night. Read More
The Crew Oct 2, 2015

Match Notes: Crew SC at New York Red Bulls

philly.com Oct 1, 2015

Report: Union CEO Sakiewicz will be forced out

Nick Sakiewicz, the Union's CEO and chief operating partner, is expected to be relieved of his duties on Friday. CBSphilly.com was the first to report the move, which is expected to occur at a staff meeting.

Video: Union suffer U.S. Open Cup heartbreak

After the Union lost to Sporting Kansas City in the U.S. Open Cup final at PPL Park, I got together with the Inquirer's Marc Narducci to look back on the game and look ahead at what might come next for the team.

Eastern Conference Photos