MLS Regular Season
VANCOUVER, BC - Vancouver Whitecaps FC ha anunció el miércoles que el internacional de la selección escocesa Kenny Miller aceptó una extensión de contrato de seis meses con el club.
Ahora el Jugador Franquicia estará bajo contrato con Whitecaps FC hasta junio de 2014.
BRIDGEVIEW, IL - En la voz de Juan Luis Anangonó se percibe optimismo y emoción.
Tras su primera sesión de entrenamiento con el Chicago Fire, el delantero se dijo contento por la oportunidad de jugar en la MLS, aunque dice, viene para hacer bien las cosas y a compartir responsabilidades con el equipo, sin pretender convertirse en héroe.
Cuestionado sobre la primera jornada de trabajo bajo las órdenes del estratega Frank Klopas, Anangonó se dijo satisfecho.
MONTREAL – This is going to be tricky.
Those are, in essence, the words used by an Argentinean contact of Nick De Santis when the Montreal Impact sporting director asked about the availability of Hernán Bernardello.
It was March 10 and Bernardello’s Club Atlético Colón would eventually lose 2-1 to River Plate at the Monumental. This exchange, De Santis thought, was the end of the story.
The Vancouver Whitecaps are hunting for a spot in the Western Conference elite this season, and they've made sure their star striker is settled for the stretch run.
The club announced on Wednesday that Designated Player Kenny Miller has signed a six-month contract extension that will keep him in a Whitecaps uniform until at least June 2014.
TUKWILA, Wash. — In a season that has so far been defined by injuries, Marcus Hahnemann provides as good an illustration as any in summing up the Seattle Sounders in 2013.
Colorado Rapids' Edson Buddle struggling for fitness after knee troubles: "I still have a ways to go"
Could a defender win MLS Save of the Week for Week 21?
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It wasn't just Peter Vermes' successful turnaround of the club's MLS fortunes that led Sporting Kansas City to lock their manager and technical director up through 2017.
Winning trophies – especially the MLS Cup, which Kansas City hasn't hoisted since Vermes helped the then-Wizards to their only league title as a player in 2000 – remains the club's top priority. But Sporting also want Vermes to build their academy system into a model for the league – and a tool to help US Soccer contend for a World Cup.
Two of the most controversial plays in Week 21 were sanctioned by the MLS Disciplinary Committee on Tuesday.
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