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MLS U-15’s sweep Liga MX on Friday at GA Cup
Friday was a good time to be an MLS U-15 side at the Generation adidas Cup.  To finish off the group stage of the first-ever U-15 version of the tournament, Toronto FC, LAFC, Philadelphia Union and New York Red Bulls all beat Liga MX opposition. CD Guadalajara, Club Leon, CF Monterrey and Cruz Azul... Read more
As Seattle-LAFC clash nears, Bob Bradley holds respect for Brian Schmetzer
LOS ANGELES – Wrapping up the week of action on Sunday and coming on Easter, LAFC will host the Seattle Sounders at Banc of California Stadium (7 pm ET | FS1 in US, MLS LIVE on DAZN in Canada).   LAFC head coach Bob Bradley will be excited for the... Read more
New York Red Bulls aim for “three points, nothing less” against New England
Searching for their 2018 form which propelled a single-season record for points, the New York Red Bulls hit the road with another chance to get it right. The defending Supporters’ Shield champions travel north up I-95 to face the New England Revolution on Saturday (7:30 pm ET | MLS LIVE... Read more
More goals in the forecast when Toronto FC face Minnesota United?
The first time Darwin Quintero played Toronto FC, the Canadian side surely didn’t take it lightly. They knew of his quality and prepared accordingly.  It was all for naught, though, as Minnesota United’s star man netted a hat trick last season against TFC in a wild 4-3 Minnesota victory, sparking... Read more
Wiebe: Supporters’ Shield showdown, Decision Day ghosts and more Week 8 Qs
Hit play on Thursday’s Extratime with the Sounders’ Cristian Roldan and an MLSsoccer.com farewell to Sam Stejskal, who is taking his talents to The Athletic. Let’s dig into MLS Week 8. Will LAFC-Seattle live up to its billing? No. 1 vs. No. 2, not just in the Western Conference... Read more
Atlanta’s Darlington Nagbe earning Frank de Boer’s trust in range of roles
MARIETTA, Ga. — With high-priced, high-profile attacking talent in abundance for Atlanta United, who did Frank de Boer insert as his No. 10 in a crucial 2-0 win last weekend at the New England Revolution? Not Pity Martinez. Not Ezequiel Barco. But Darlington Nagbe. Remember him? It’s easy for Nagbe... Read more
St. Louis, Sacramento set to make their case for MLS expansion
The MLS Board of Governors, the gathering of the league’s ownership group that takes place three times a year, has given the green light for league officials to begin “exclusive, formal discussions” with ownership groups in Sacramento and St. Louis for the chance to become clubs No. 28 and... Read more
Will MLS expansion stop at 30 teams? Commissioner Don Garber explains
It’s an unprecedented expansion story in professional sports history: With the announcement that MLS is expanding to 30 teams and seeking to announce clubs No. 28 and No. 29 by the 2019 All-Star Game, the league will soon have added a staggering 18 teams in just over 10 years.... Read more
Wherever Real Salt Lake striker Sam Johnson goes, Liberia follows
div.video-js { width: 100% !important; height: 0 !important; overflow: hidden; position: relative; padding-top: 56.2%; } Sam Johnson’s transfer history is quite a sight to behold, with stories aplenty amid the 10 professional clubs across nine different leagues the 25-year-old has played for. Liberia has been right there with him every step... Read more
GA Cup: Columbus, Colorado in Premier Division semifinals
FRISCO, Texas – After advancing to the Premier Division semifinals for the first time in their club’s Generation adidas Cup history, the Colorado Rapids faced Club Tijuana with a championship on the line. The Mexican side came out aggressively, but the Rapids used savvy counterattacking play to relieve pressured... Read more