It didn’t take long for the 2010 MLS season to wrap up before all the talk of player movement started heating up.
Today there is news of Seattle Sounders winger Steve Zakuani joining English Premier League club Everton on a training stint.
In other player rumors, American midfielder Freddy Adu is contemplating a move to Denmark, while the chances of Ronaldinho to join the LA Galaxy are still very much alive.
Meanwhile, in the coaching ranks, a former Hertha Berlin coach is linked to the job at DC United.
Mac Kandji insists that the Colorado Rapids game-winning goal, which was officially ruled an own goal, was in fact his: “I scored that goal.”
The Colorado Rapids broke into the top 10 for Twitter trending topics.
Dallas may be experiencing a disappointing Monday but some consolation this morning is that one of its own, a former Sueño MLS winner, is in the crosshairs of some European clubs.
The United States has a new Division II soccer league as the US Soccer Federation accepted the NASL’s bid to become the country’s second division.
Lastly, next year will be feature a new playoff format, two new expansion teams, and potentially the first Ghanaian coach in MLS?
Dynamic deals for Mullan and Kandji forged Colorado’s title run
MLS will undertake an extensive analysis of the possibility of conforming to the FIFA calendar
Rapids limit MLS MVP David Ferreira with complete team effort