The New York Red Bulls and Major League Soccer announced three changes to the 2015 schedule on Friday. New York's home games on Saturday April 4 against Montreal Impact, and Saturday July 25 against Colorado have been rescheduled, in the former case due to Montreal's CONCACAF Champions League commitments.
The Red Bulls game at Orlando City on Sunday, July 19 has also been moved.
All three matches will be televised by MSG and be available on MLS LIVE.
MONTREAL – Impact fans broke into a cold sweat last weekend, and not just because of Justin Mapp’s elbow injury.
MONTREAL – No wonder Bill Hamid made a face.
Justin Mapp didn’t just dislocate his elbow on Saturday in Montreal’s 1-0 loss at D.C. United, he also fractured it. A surgery is scheduled for this Thursday, and Mapp could be out of action for four months, the Impact confirmed on Tuesday night.
La qualification de Montréal pour les demi-finales de la Ligue des champions est le sujet phare de l’émission de la semaine (également disponible ici), mais on parle aussi des duels incontournables de la première journée de championnat et on vous présente certaines de nos nouveautés pour 2015.
Champions League: Despite win, DC United left with "a lot of time to think about" falling again in two-leg series
WASHINGTON - D.C. United’s 2-1 victory over Alajuelense on Wednesday felt eerily familiar to observers of the club: for the second time in under six months, D.C. were eliminated from competition after winning a game.
Mexican powerhouse Club America will continue their quest to be crowned the best team in CONCACAF, as they defeated Deportivo Saprissa 2-0 at the Estadio Azteca in the second leg of the Champions League quarterfinal series on Wednesday and advance to the tournament semifinal.
With the win, America are the only Mexican team left alive in the competition, a rarity considering the absolute dominance of teams from that country, who have won the title every year since 2006.