MLS Releases Full 2013 Schedule

MLS

Major League Soccer released their full 2013 schedule on Wednesday with some amazing games for fans and players to look forward to. A rematch of the 2012 U.S. Open Cup Final will happen on May 8 when the Seattle Sounders […]

Chelsea Fires Manager Robert Di Matteo

Robert Di Matteo

It’s been just short of a year and a half, but the EPL‘s Chelsea FC are making a change with their manager and parting ways with Robert Di Matteo. The decision to fire Di Matteo came after his squad dropped […]

West Ham United Looking at David Beckham

David Beckham

David Beckham has not played in the EPL since the 2002-03 season with Manchester United, but after stints at Real Madrid and the Los Angeles Galaxy, the English-born midfielder may be headed back to the most powerful club league in […]

Real Betis Still a Danger to Drop Real Madrid

Real Madrid

Real Betis, a La Liga team who last season managed to finish only in 13th position in the final table with a minus nine goal differential, is now a real threat to move into Champion’s League qualifying. A win this […]

MLS Playoff Format Has No Credibility With True Fans

San Jose Earthquakes

The concept of postseason playoffs in sports is as American as apple pie…perhaps more so since apple pie is kind of out. Baseball, football, basketball and hockey all enjoy a playoff system that may not be totally fair to all […]

Rafa Márquez May Miss Second Playoff Leg

Rafa Márquez

With the series between the New York Red Bulls and D.C. United heading to New York for the second leg, neither team can afford bad news since the score in the series is tied 1-1. What seemed like a simple […]

Craig Levein Fired as Manager of Scotland

Craig Levein

In a move that many anticipated after a dreadful beginning to the World Cup qualifying campaign, the Scottish Football Association announced Monday evening that they were letting go of Craig Levein as the manager of the Scotland Men’s A international […]

Victor Bernardez’s Miracle Strike Gives San Jose Lead

Victor Bernardez

It was an absolute dream strike from the most unlikely of players in the 94′ minute. The San Jose Earthquakes and Los Angeles Galaxy had played an extremely competitive match, with L.A. dominating the second period at home.  But a […]

San Jose Earthquakes v. L.A. Galaxy Preview

David Beckham

WHEN: San Jose Earthquakes at Los Angeles Galaxy, 9:00PM EST, 6:00PM PST STADIUM: Hope Depot Center (Natural grass, 27,000 capacity) Opened June 1, 2003 2012 SERIES: San Jose leads 2-0-1 RADIO:  570 AM (KLAC) / 1150 AM (KTLK) in Los […]

Earthquakes Wouldn’t Play MLS Cup Final at Buck Shaw

San Jose Earthquakes

The San Jose Earthquakes have come out of nowhere in the 2012 MLS season to show that the little guy can play with the best.  Their goal scoring sensation Chris Wondolowski has proven that names you didn’t know at the beginning […]

Will MLS Be Equal to Europe in Ten Years?

Kei Kamara

In 2002, Major League Soccer was a joke.  They had just abandoned the entire East-West concept in the All-Star game, deciding to have the U.S. Men’s National Team play against the rest of the All-Stars in hopes of generating excitement. […]

Roger Espinoza Out Up To A Month With Sprained Ankle

Roger Espinoza

Just when it seemed like everything was going right for Sporting Kansas City, bad news struck the squad in their last month of the regular season. Honduras international midfielder Roger Espinoza, who has been instrumental in Kansas City’s Eastern Conference […]