March 5, 2015 MLS PREVIEW
In MLS' single-entity model of salary budgets and competitive balance, change is inevitable. Big and small, moves are made literally by every team – they have to be. However, when expansion strikes, the dynamic is skewed somewhat in that two teams emerge from the ground, sort of like volcanoes, shifting the earth around them.
There will be no work stoppage, strike or lockout in Major League Soccer.
March 4, 2015 HOPE-FUL RETURN
Lloyd scored the goals, but Solo saved the day
VILA REAL DE SAN ANTONIO, Portugal -- Midfielder Carli Lloyd scored two goals within a five-minute span in the second half and goalkeeper Hope Solo, in her first game of 2015, made a spectacular save as the United States rallied past Norway 2-1 in the Algarve Cup opener for both teams Wednesday.
March 3, 2015 SOCCER BUSINESS
USL makes changes at the top
After a busy offseason which saw the addition of 13 teams, the United Soccer League's senior leadership is also undergoing a massive change. Tim Holt, who has served as USL President since 2009 and has been with the organization since 1999, is leaving to pursue other opportunities and is being replaced by Jake Edwards.
March 3, 2015 MLS PREVIEW
The Western Conference of MLS added by subtraction with the dissolution of Chivas USA after last season, but the transfer of the Houston Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City from the east bolsters the division even more.
March 2, 2015 MLS INFORMER
Surprise turn for teams in Champions League
If one were to use statistics, or logic, or even common sense, one reasonably would have predicted D.C. United had a better chance to reach the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals than MLS' other knockout round entry, the Montreal Impact.
March 1, 2015 LIGA MX CLAUSURA
Match Day 8 roundup
Carlos Morales converted an 84th-minute penalty kick to lift last-place Morelia to their first win of the Clausura, 3-2 over Chiapas Friday at Estadio Morelos.
February 22, 2015 MLS INFORMER
From matchmaking to odds making
Sporting KC fans probably were expecting the club to find a different kind of front line teammate for Dom Dwyer, but nevertheless the 24-year-old has acquired one on his own – U.S. women's national team forward Sydney Leroux.
February 22, 2015 DESERT DRAW
Revs tie Rapids 1-1
TUCSON, Ariz. – The New England Revolution played to a 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids in their second game of the 2015 Desert Diamond Cup on Saturday night at the Kino Sports Complex. Diego Fagundez scored the Revs only goal of the game in the 54th minute, canceling out a Gabriel Torres strike to earn a share of the points for the Revs.