Feb 23, 2013; Tucson, AZ, USA; New York Red Bulls midfielder Eric Alexander (21) controls the ball under pressure from New England Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez (14) during the second half at Kino Sports Complex. New England beat New York 2-0. Mandatory Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports
The MLS playoffs begin tonight in Toronto, where TFC and the Philadelphia Union kick things off, both in search of the first playoff victory in their history.
Despite a disappointing season, the Vancouver Whitecaps showed faith in their coaching staff by signing head coach Carl Robinson and assistants Martyn Pert and Gordon Forrest to contract extensions.
Julian Green, Matt Miazga and Lynden Gooch are all in action as domestic cup matches takeover for Wednesday’s Americans Abroad.
Didier Drogba did not travel with the Montreal Impact ahead of Thursday’s playoff clash with D.C. United.
Bobby Wood and Hamburg were in need of a big performance, and Tuesday saw just that as the team looks to get on track in Bundesliga play.
Jose Mourinho says he has struggled to adapt to life in Manchester while Pep Guardiola is open to a Yaya Toure return.
Following the departures of Ottawa Fury FC and the Tampa Bay Rowdies, NASL commissioner Bill Peterson says the NASL remains committed to growing in 2017 and beyond.