If there was anything that can be taken away from the 2019 San Jose Earthquakes, is that they may have come further along than many may have then predicted. In case you missed it, the 2019 San Jose (…)
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For the first time in a very long time, the Colorado Rapids are capable of being in a win-now mode. The question entering the 2020 campaign is if they can actually win, now. The Rapids’ roller-coaster (…)
It’s the dawn of a new era in Houston. Now the question is if this is the era that sees the Houston Dynamo return to the playoffs. Houston finished 10th in the West last year with 40 points (12-18-4) and (…)
Entering his 17th and last season in MLS with the San Jose Earthquakes, 36-year-old Chris Wondolowski has only one thing on mind entering 2020: “Win. Easy as that.” And he’s eager to do whatever it (…)
The 2019 San Jose Earthquakes made major strides following the worst season in franchise history just a year ago. In a season with a new coach, a brand new man-marking system, and a new culture to go with (…)
San Jose’s 2-1 loss to the Philadelphia Union Wednesday night marked their fourth-straight loss and effectively knocked them back below the playoff line into eighth place in the Western Conference.
If there’s anyone still wondering if Matias Almeyda’s system will work in his debut campaign with the San Jose Earthquakes and in Major League Soccer, look no further than the last two Saturdays in Avaya (…)
As the MLS Summer Transfer window officially closed at midnight, both the L.A. Galaxy and the Columbus Crew finalized and made some last second moves to cap yesterday’s transfer deadline madness. The Galaxy (…)
Real Madrid’s Eden Hazard and Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk earn their spot in FIFA lore.
The San Jose Earthquakes turnaround is nothing short of remarkable, and Matias Almeyda is at the head of it all.