According to a website called Computerworld, the servers which a third party uses to process orders made to the Official MLS website were the victims of a series of...
Steve Davis talks expansion (among other stuff, but Carlos Ruiz being hard to figure is neither news, sports, nor weather): So it looks...
MLS made it more or less official today: there will be no 16th team joining the league in 2009. The bottom line is that they're just running out of time. While MLS made no secret of the fact that they would have loved to have another team...
Before we close the book on the latest US/Mexico match and file it away under "No Big Deal", a few observations: Mexican fans, searching for good excuses as to why their team has such a dismal record against the US over the last dozen or...
If there was ever a tie that felt less like kissing your sister, I've never seen it. A lot was made of the fact that nothing much was at stake in Reliant Stadium last night; no Cups, no Championships, no World Cup slots. But amazingly, the two...
Both teams were extremely lucky not to lose. Both teams should be very disappointed they didn't win. Both coaches started the wrong players, and couldn't get their substitutes involved the way they wanted to. Both teams showed a lot of young...
Oh, Jamie. Don't ever change. (1) Really? The US is constructed around beating their main obstacle to World Cup qualification? How effin'...
I have always maintained that soccer players are smarter than other athletes. Not that that's exactly a ringing endorsement of their intellectual prowess, but as a group soccer players, particularly college soccer players, are a pretty bright...
Martin Vasquez is a terrific guy, and I'm glad he's getting shot at the big time. But I don't think it's really sunk in what a...
A lot of MLS fans look with envy at New England's success over the years at finding good players in the draft and wish their team was able to do the same. Then there's DC. A quick glance at their roster shows only one player still around from...