MLS Playoffs

New York Red Bulls' Andy Roxburgh "absolutely sick" about club's tough personnel decisions

Roxburgh "absolutely sick" about RBNY's tough salary-cap decisions

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HOBOKEN, N.J. – From outside midfielders to fullbacks to a creative attacking player, there are a number of areas the New York Red Bulls would like to address before the start of the 2014 campaign.

Crossing them all off the offseason wish list, however, will prove quite the challenge.

MLS Fantasy: Aurelien Collin and captain fantasy come through in the clutch

MLS Fantasy: Captain fantasy comes through in the clutch

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Wow! What a game.

Real Salt Lake's Jason Kreis believes pieces are in place to make another title push in 2014

Kreis says pieces are in place for another RSL title push in 2014

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Before Saturday’s MLS Cup final, Real Salt Lake head coach Jason Kreis said he was prouder of this year’s team than any he has coached in his seven-year run at the club.

Sporting KC's Lawrence Olum overcomes broken leg to win biggest game of his life in MLS Cup

Big break: Olum overcomes broken leg, wins biggest game of his life

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – All the medical jargon aside, it comes down to this: Lawrence Olum played more than 110 minutes of the biggest game of his life on a broken leg.

The defensive midfielder missed Sporting Kansas City's first four postseason matches, after sustaining a displacement fracture of his left fibula in the regular-season finale. But within days of the injury, he was already looking toward making it back onto the pitch this year.

Real Salt Lake's Lovel Palmer tries to brush off unexpected, but decisive penalty miss in MLS Cup

Palmer, RSL try to shake off unexpected, but decisive PK miss

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – If fate was cruel for Sebastian Velasquez on Saturday night, it was downright sadistic for Lovel Palmer.

Real Salt Lake head's Jason Kreis praises "fantastic team" despite MLS Cup loss: "We played outstanding"

RSL's Kreis praises his "special group" despite MLS Cup loss: "We played outstanding"

MLS Cup: Sporting KC hoping best is yet to come, even after second title in franchise history

What now for Sporting? They're already looking for title No. 3

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Two championships in 16 months. A young core entering its prime. Owners willing to spend, and a fanbase mushrooming out of control. Everything is going to plan in Kansas City.

MLS Cup: Real Salt Lake go from "a dream to a nightmare" after losing latest penalty kick shootout

Luck isn't on RSL's side this time in MLS Cup penalty shootout

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – It took five years for karma to catch up to Real Salt Lake. And when it finally did, the Claret-and-Cobalt couldn’t conjure up the same penalty-kick shootout magic they rode to a championship in 2009.

MLS Cup: Sporting KC's Jimmy Nielsen plays the hero in shootout after going 120 minutes with broken ribs

Despite broken ribs, Nielsen saves best trick for last

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Almost exactly 16 months to the day after he helped deliver a US Open Cup to Kansas City, Jimmy Nielsen stood atop a platform in Sporting Park’s northeast corner, shook up a can of white spray paint and committed the most rewarding vandalism of his life.

MLS Cup: Citing the frigid weather, Real Salt Lake's Javier Morales wants a return to neutral venue

RSL's Morales: MLS Cup should be played in warm weather

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Real Salt Lake's MLS Cup 2013 penalty-kick loss to Sporting Kansas City -- 1-1 (AET), 7-6 in the shootout -- will go down as the coldest game in MLS history since they started recording game temperatures a decade ago.

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