If there was one thing that Don Garber just made clear, it may have been that Major League Soccer’s plans for 2021 remain largely unclear. Garber held his annual MLS State of the League Address on Tuesday (…)
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With the 2020 MLS is Back Tournament coming down to its final days, the search for what will happen next continues for MLS commissioner Don Garber. Garber has been working with club representatives to come (…)
MLS is still hoping to play a full season this year. The league just might do so without fans in the stands. Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber did an interview with ESPNFC on Monday night, (…)
MLS commissioner Don Garber issued a statement on Sunday in response to the ongoing Coronavirus epidemic. The league announced on Thursday that there would be a 30-day suspension of matches due to the ongoing (…)
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Vancouver Whitecaps coach Marc Dos Santos recently had some pointed words about how long the MLS offseason is, but the league says it is currently working to try to find a solution to that (…)
BROOKLYN, N.Y. —The finish line is within sight for Charlotte. The race for Major League Soccer’s 30th team is in its final lap, and Charlotte is closing in on claiming victory. The bid led by Carolina (…)
Don Garber has reportedly signed a contract that will keep him in charge inf MLS until 2023.
In a complete 180 from his previous comments, MLS commissioner Don Garber said Friday during his annual State of the League address that MLS needs to become more of a selling league.
Don Garber isn’t ruling out expansion beyond the current target of 28 teams.
The Columbus Crew’s future remains a major talking point even halfway through the MLS season, and that future apparently remains very uncertain.