Bradley Wright-Phillips could barely believe that his bike attempt actually went in to give New York the early lead in a 1-1 draw with Toronto FC.
The goal-fests all around MLS in Week 11 shouldn’t have come as a surprise when you saw what Colorado was doing against San Jose.
Tata Martino, who coached Lionel Messi as Barca and Argentina manager, found exactly what he needed as coach of expansion Atlanta United.
U.S. men’s national team striker Jozy Altidore produced another well-rounded effort in TFC’s 1-0 win at Seattle.
Giovani Dos Santos has not yet to produce like a Designated Player, but he’s not the only reason for L.A.’s disappointing season so far.
Since 2015. Toronto FC’s Justin Morrow has scored more goals than any other defender in MLS but the 29-year-old is still waiting recognition at the national level.
Detroit should become a Major League Soccer town. Onetime NBA super agent Arn Tellem is now the vice chairman of Palace Sports and Entertainment, which owns the Detroit Pistons. In that capacity, he is one of the key players in bringing MLS to Detroit with a joint-bid by Pistons owner Tom Gores and
D.C. United’s ruthless efficiency, Seattle’s crazy comeback and other odd results from a weird MLS weekend
Ozzie Alonso capped Seattle’s late comeback against the Revs. It isn’t often that an entire round of games goes against the run of play, but it certainly felt that way over the weekend in Major League Soccer. Despite being outshot 26-9 and possessing the ball for just 26 percent of the game, D.C. United
In the latest FC Yahoo Podcast (available on iTunes and SoundCloud), Leander Schaerlaeckens, Joey Gulino, Alex Baker and I discussed last Thursday’s dreadful Manchester Derby, the state of Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal going into Sunday’s North London Derby and Omar Gonzalez’s historic achievement –
Luciano Acosta led DC United over Atlanta on Sunday, defying his team’s lowly possession stats with a series of delicious dribbles and the go-ahead goal.