MLS Regular Season
COMMERCE CITY, Colorado - Ahora que Jaime Castrillón se recupera satisfactoriamente después de una cirugía de rodilla a la que se sometió durante la pretemporada, el antioqueño está despertando el interés de clubes de su Colombia natal.
MONTREAL – In 2012, coping with injuries to wide players was a delicate matter for the Montreal Impact. In 2013, however, there seems to be a silver lining to every injury.
CARSON, Calif. – The situation appears to be getting worse before it gets any better for Chivas USA, who received news this week when an MRI exam on midfielder Oswaldo Minda revealed a left adductor strain.
Seemingly undermanned the last three months, the Goats will be without their defensive holder for an indefinite amount of time. The length of Minda’s recovery will hinge on how well he responds to treatment in the next week, a club spokesperson told MLSsoccer.com.
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – It’s almost decision for the Colorado Rapids.
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Jaime Castrillon's old club Independiente Medellin come calling for Colorado Rapids' 2012 top scorer
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Colorado Rapids midfielder Jaime Castrillón is just returning to the field after a lengthy knee injury, but he’s already drawing the interest of his old Colombian club.
Castrillón says he was directly contacted by Independiente Medellín “a few weeks ago” and they have expressed an interest in bringing him back home.
HOUSTON – On Tuesday afternoon, the Houston Dynamo once again lined up and blasted shot after shot on goal during finishing drills.
Now if only those drills could translate into goals on the field of play.
Houston’s attack has hit a lull. After starting fast out of the gates, the Dynamo offense has plateaued, with just two goals in the last six games.