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Fire midfielder Dax McCarty spoke with the media on Tuesday for the first time since he was traded from New York to Chicago three weeks ago – and he pulled no punches, pointedly criticizing the Red Bulls and head coach Jesse Marsch for how they handled the shocking move. McCarty, who made 169 appearances in […]
Jones, 35, spent the previous three seasons in Major League Soccer with Colorado and New England as he led his teams to the 2014 MLS Cup Final and the 2016 MLS Western Conference Finals, respectively.
A new chapter is afoot at RSL, where the longtime core of Rimando, Kyle Beckerman and Javier Morales is down a member after Morales left for FC Dallas this winter. Rimando understands that’s just the breaks.
The Chinese Football Association announced on Monday that Chinese Super League clubs would be allowed to field a maximum of three non-Chinese players per game.
In his new role, Vagenas will oversee all soccer activities of the LA Galaxy, LA Galaxy II and Galaxy Academy, including player acquisition, scouting and management of the club’s coaching staffs.
The need to win is something Drogba has made a point of emphasis to his Impact teammates, many of whom had fond memories of reaching the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League final, at least until he gave them his perspective on their 4-2 loss to Club America.
But for TFC’s American internationals, Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore, a pair of stinging defeats have left some bruises.
Keane, 36, signed with the Galaxy as a Designated Player on Aug. 15, 2011 and helped the team capture that year’s MLS Cup trophy in partnership with Landon Donovan and David Beckham.
Howard “has returned to Colorado for further evaluation and to determine treatment plans,” stated the federation’s press release.
Schmetzer, who has been involved with the Seattle soccer scene since joining the NASL incarnation of the Sounders as a player in 1980, took over the team at the most turbulent point in their MLS history and helped right the ship, guiding the team to the playoffs after a brutal start to the season.
Boosting the Galaxy’s chances of breaking down Colorado’s vaunted defense is Robbie Keane, who could get the start after coming off the bench to make his return from injury on Wednesday.
While the Dynamo were testing the waters with interim head coach Wade Barrett after Owen Coyle’s departure in May, Cabrera was leading the Dynamo’s USL affiliate, Rio Grande Valley FC, to a second-place finish in the Western Conference in their debut season.
Both rosters are stacked. In red: Sebastian Giovinco, Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore. In blue: David Villa, Andrea Pirlo and Frank Lampard.
The Galaxy advanced past the Western Conference Knockout Round Wednesday night with a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake at StubHub Center, propelled by a first-half brace from Emmanuel Boateng and a goal from Alan Gordon.
For a team that hasn’t lost since July 3 across all competitions, it remains to be seen if the Red Bulls will again fall before reaching the MLS Cup final.