MLS Regular Season
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – There have certainly been no shortage of opinions on Gilberto’s disallowed goal Saturday that would have given Toronto FC a 2-1 comeback victory over the Chicago Fire.
Even the man who directly benefited from the call, which allowed Chicago to escape with a 1-1 draw, was very blunt in his assessment.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – With an active summer on the open market behind them and in the midst of a five-game winning streak that has vaulted them to third place in the Eastern Conference, the New England Revolution brass have plenty of reason to be optimistic over the team they’ve put together.
The Seattle Sounders are on track for the greatest season by any club in MLS history.
They'll walk into PPL Park for Tuesday night's 2014 US Open Cup final against the Philadelphia Union (7:30 pm ET, GolTV) as the current Supporters' Shield leaders and one of the early favorites for MLS Cup.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – For a club in Sporting Kansas City's position – chasing both the Eastern Conference lead and a position in next year's CONCACAF Champions League knockout stage – every match from here on out is pressure-laden.
That's fine by goalkeeper Eric Kronberg, as he gets ready for Thursday's group-stage CCL match against Costa Rican powerhouse Deportivo Saprissa (8 pm ET; Fox Sports 1) – his first action in any competition since late June.
ORLANDO, Florida – Orlando City Soccer Club anunció el martes la lista de jugadores que llevará consigo a su temporada inaugural de la Major League Soccer, el próximo año.
In recent weeks, New England Revolution midfielder Lee Nguyen has burnished his MVP credentials, and Week 27 was no exception, at least according to the Castrol Index.
With a performance that included the game winner in the Revs' 2-1 victory over the Montreal Impact, Nguyen takes top honors in the Castrol Index Weekly Rankings.