SEATTLE — You could call it wild or chaotic, as some players did after the match. It sometimes took a minute to figure out exactly what was going on. You certainly couldn’t call it boring. The San Jose (…)
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On the outside, it could seem like both San Jose Earthquakes and U.S. Men’s National Team fullback Nick Lima and Earthquakes’ head coach Matias Almeyda didn’t get along. Or maybe, Lima wasn’t a fit for (…)
Maybe, just maybe, this is the Matias Almeyda version of the San Jose Earthquakes we’ve heard so much about. Maybe, just maybe, everyone at Avaya Stadium got another preview of what his system is supposed to (…)
After spending two years mostly toiling on the benches of clubs in Europe and South America, Cristian Espinoza is pleased to be getting a steady string of games with the San Jose Earthquakes.
The toughest thing about an earthquake is that you never really know how hard it will hit. It could be nothing more than a tremor or a little shake, or it could be a complete force. For the first four (…)
SAN JOSE, CA, – Tommy Thompson called it. Saturday was different. For the first time this season, Matias Almeyda got to do the one thing he’s been looking forward the most since this campaign started: going (…)
The struggle is real in San Jose. An Earthquakes team that was already the worst in the league in 2018 – that won just four matches – found a way to dig beyond rock bottom and managed to somehow start the (…)