MLS Regular Season
TORONTO FC vs COLUMBUS CREW
BMO FIELD, Toronto, Ont.
July 27, 2013 (WEEK 22, MLS Game #195) 2 p.m. ET (TSN; FS-OH)
CARSON, Calif. — The LA Galaxy paired two youngsters up front and rearranged their midfield with Robbie Keane and Robbie Rogers sidelined with injuries, and it worked wonderfully last weekend against Vancouver.
WASHINGTON — The last five months haven’t been pleasant ones for D.C. United. A lowly 2-14-4 record and only nine goals scored in 20 matches say all you need to know.
But Thursday’s press conference with D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray and the announcement of a $300 million public-private partnership to build a 20,000-seat soccer stadium in the Buzzard Point area of Southwest D.C. injected some serious optimism about the future of the franchise at an ideal time.
Thierry Henry está en su cuarta temporada con los New York Red Bulls, tiempo para un tatuaje tamaño de una manga en honor al nuevo hogar del francés de 35 años de edad, obviamente. Esa fue claramente la manera en que Henry lo vio, considerando el video en Instagram de la tienda de tatuajes en NYC Bang Bang Tattoos.
Marco Di Vaio back with Montreal Impact ahead of Sporting KC match, but what formation suits him best?
MONTREAL – A return to Italy did Marco Di Vaio a world of good, but he’s now focused on his work again.
The Montreal Impact striker recognized on Thursday morning that he felt “more peaceful” having travelled back to his homeland last week to address a family issue. Di Vaio has been training normally again since Tuesday.
Toronto FC have added a new player, and a new nationality, to their roster during the open transfer window.
The club announced Thursday they have signed Spanish midfielder Álvaro Rey. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, per team and league policy.
Rey, 24, most recently played for Xérez in the Spanish second division, where he scored three goals in 28 appearances. A product of the Real Betis youth system, Rey also played with Spanish second division side Gimnastic de Tarragona before joining Xérez.
HANOVER, N.J. — The New York Red Bulls offense has been downright anemic at times this season, but the club may have found a player that can help provide a cure.
VANCOUVER, B.C. – Designated Player Kenny Miller is staying with the Vancouver Whitecaps. At least for now.
On Wednesday, the Scottish international forward signed a sixth-month extension to his current deal, meaning he’ll be staying in Major League Soccer until at least June 2014.
CHESTER, Pa. – Considering Conor Casey has played four straight 90-minute games for the first time in three years, you might think the Philadelphia Union’s 31-year-old striker is due for a break.