4:19 AM EDT, Mon July 28, 2014
MLS Rumors & News
San Jose Mercury News 4 hours ago
A crowd of 15,556 watches the San Jose Earthquakes lose to Atletico Madrid in final sporting event at Candlestick Park
Sounders Insider | Tacoma News-Tribune 6 hours ago
Seattle Reign FC mauled the Portland Thorns at Memorial Stadium today, 50. Goals came from Little, Rapinoe, Kawasumi (2) and Leroux. I’ll be back later with details.
Tacoma News-Tribune 10 hours ago
Los Angeles (7-4-6) at Seattle (12-4-2), 10 p.m.
Sounders Insider | Tacoma News-Tribune 12 hours ago
Yesterday I had tweeted and blogged some notes about all the many young fans waiting for the Sounders after their training session at Starfire. Today, there was a change: barricades lining the Sounders’ route from their training pitch to their locker room. Here is what general manager Adrian Hanauer said about the decision: “We have a big game Monday, obviously. We have a meeting that we do the day before every game. We wanted to make certain that the players were able to make it into the meeting on time. They obviously signed a bunch of autographs on the … Read more »
Oregonian 16 hours ago
Can the Timbers (5-6-9, 24 points) build on their 2-1 victory against Colorado and move up the West standings? Or will the Impact (3-11-5, 14 points) pull off a rare win?
Seattle Post-Intelligencer 18 hours ago
LONDON (AP) — Britain's Deputy Prime Minister wants Russia stripped of the right to host the 2018 World Cup to punish President Vladimir Putin for "belligerent behavior" in the Ukraine crisis. While calling for tougher sanctions against Russia, Nick Clegg told The Sunday Times newspaper that it is "unthinkable" for President Vladmir Putin to have the opportunity to exploit football's biggest sporting event to enhance his own status. Clegg, who leads Britain's Liberal Democrats, said the Russian President had already "milked" the Winter Olympics in Sochi in February, and that hosting the...
Columbus Dispatch 20 hours ago
Substitute Jacob Peterson scored in the 80th minute to help visiting Sporting Kansas City beat Toronto FC 2-1 last night despite being a man down.
Columbus Dispatch 22 hours ago
If the Crew is to end its two-year postseason drought, it will be due to games like the one last night against the New England Revolution. Facing a team that had lost seven straight, the Crew allowed a tying goal in the second half before Ethan Finlay’s fifth goal of the season gave the Crew a 2-1 win in front of 14,542 fans at Gillette Stadium.
Boston Herald Jul 27, 2014
FOXBORO — Revolution coach Jay Heaps tried to capture his feelings after his team slipped to its eighth consecutive defeat with a 2-1 loss to the Columbus Crew last night.
Boston Herald Jul 27, 2014
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Ethan Finlay scored in the 84th minute and the Columbus Crew beat New England 2-1 on Saturday night to extend the Revolution's losing streak to eight games.Finlay ran down a long ball from Justin Meram, shrugged off a defender, and hammered a shot into the back of the net.Federico Higuain opened the scoring for the Crew (6-7-8) in the 43rd minute, bending in a free kick around the wall from 23 yards out. New England's Kelyn Rowe missed on a left-footed shot in the 50th minute, but his ensuing corner kick to the head of A.J. Soares tied it at 1.