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Dom, 11/06/2011 - 5:30pm
Livestrong Sporting Park
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Dom, 11/06/2011 - 9:00pm
The Home Depot Center
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Latino del Año: 4tos de final
Latino del Año 2011
NUEVA YORK – Nuevamente la afición tuvo la oportunidad de decidir los jugadores que avanzaron a los Cuartos de Final para elegir al Latino del Año de FutbolMLS.com, la competencia creada por la sitio oficial de la MLS con el fin de elegir la mejor jugador latinoamericano más destacado de la temporada.
Tras una semana completa de votaciones, son ocho los futbolistas que avanzaron a la siguiente fase, los mismos que fueron emparejados en cuatro (4) llaves clasificatorias para las semifinales.
Dynamo top SKC to reach MLS Cup, but lose MVP candidate Davis
East Title Comes At A Cost
HOUSTON — The ecstasy of clinching the MLS Eastern Conference trophy was tinged with sadness for the Houston Dynamo on Sunday, after potentially losing MVP candidate Brad Davis for the MLS Cup final through injury.
Vermes opts for late substitution, but SKC striker can't make impact
Bravo sees limited time in Sporting loss
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – After spending the Eastern Conference Semifinals as an observer, Omar Bravo had to wait all of 85 minutes to make his MLS Cup Playoffs debut on Sunday against the Dynamo.
Galaxy to lose trio as FIFA date splits two-week approach to Cup
CARSON, Calif. – One day after clinching a spot in MLS Cup, three LA Galaxy players will celebrate by hitting the road.
Robbie Keane (Republic of Ireland), Chris Birchall (Trinidad and Tobago) and Landon Donovan (USA) will all depart the club as they will each join their respective national teams.
Keane and Birchall will be gone through at least Nov. 15, while Donovan is slated to return sometime on the weekend.
Historical powerhouses ready to square off in MLS Cup
Postgame: Stage set for a classic Cup
After a pair of dramatic, compelling MLS conference finals, we have a title-game matchup that looks, on paper at least, like a classic favorite against a heavy underdog.
In one corner, there are the Supporters’ Shield–winning, high-profile LA Galaxy, who will be playing in their home stadium. In the other, bloodied but unbowed, stand the underestimated, injury-depleted Houston Dynamo.
Let’s look back at how they got there, and see if this MLS Cup pairing is as lopsided as some would suggest.
RSL looked forward to bigger pitch, but left ruing it after 3-1 loss
HDC field too big for Salt Lake
CARSON, Calif. – In Real Salt Lake’s final preparation ahead of Sunday’s Western Conference Championship match against the LA Galaxy, midfielder Javier Morales talked about how his team would enjoy the bigger confines of The Home Depot Center.
The dimension of the field, he said, would suit RSL’s possession brand of soccer.
It certainly looked that way in the first half of the game, when the visitors found themselves enjoying plenty of space an plenty of the ball and could have gone into the half with a lead rather than a 1-1 tie.
Woodwork tells the story for Claret-and-Cobalt in loss to LA
RSL left to rue missed chances
CARSON, Calif. – In soccer, it’s often not just the goals you score that you remember: It’s also the ones you don’t. The losing team invariably rues missed chances, and that was the case in Sunday 3-1 loss that Real Salt Lake suffered at the hands of the LA Galaxy in the Western Conference Championship.