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 (…)
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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 (…)
The San Jose Earthquakes turnaround is nothing short of remarkable, and Matias Almeyda is at the head of it all.
The Earthquakes, fatigued and all, pull off another win, this time in stoppage time against Real Salt Lake.
After the San Jose Earthquakes 3-0 win over the L.A. Galaxy at Stanford Stadium in Saturday’s Cali Clasico, head coach Matias Almeyda took his team back onto the pitch, with the rest of the fans in (…)
In a tense affair between California rivals, Bob Bradley and LAFC continued their strong run of form with a win against the San Jose Earthquakes in Open Cup play on Thursday night. Goals from Carlos (…)
Sunday night’s matchup between Toronto F.C. and the San Jose Earthquakes at BMO Field saw Chris Wondolowski steal the show. The veteran striker scored a brace in a 2-1 win in Canada However it (…)
Chris Wondolowski never thought he could set the MLS goal scoring record, let along with a four goal outburst.