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MLS Season Pass on Apple TV+
Matt Pollard, Editor - Feb 1, 2023

MLS Season Pass has officially gone live on Apple TV. Last Word on Soccer has taken a deep dive into what’s to come on the platform before the season starts. Here’s everything MLS fans need to know about the platform before the season kicks off on February 25. Everything MLS Fans Need to Know About […]

A CF Montreal late comeback and clinch MLS Cup Playoffs spot on September 9, 2022
Elias Laradi - Sep 9, 2022

MONTREAL, QC – CF Montreal booked a spot in the postseason after a late comeback and was able to secure a draw in front of their fans at Saputo Stadium. A CF Montreal late comeback with two-late home goals Postgame scenes 📸 Un bel après-match!#CFMTL — x – CF Montréal (@cfmontreal) September 10, 2022 […]

tim real last word sc radio
Matt Pollard, Editor - Aug 31, 2022

PODCAST – What’s up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt and Rachael are back. We get caught up on Americans in the Premier League and discuss if Tim Ream playing well for Fulham FC means he’s got a shot at Qatar. We break down the Supporters’ Shield and Wooden Spoon race. Then […]

Cucho Hernández brace
Matt Pollard, Editor - Aug 21, 2022

COLUMBUS, OH – Columbus Crew hosted Atlanta United on Sunday evening. It was a six-pointer. The Five Stripes running out of time to climb out of the cellar of the MLS Eastern Conference. This match was delayed by 80 minutes due to lightning in the area. It still rained during the match once it got […]

Matt Pollard, Editor - Aug 16, 2022

PODCAST – Hello Colorado Rapids fans! This is Holding The High Line. Rabbi is coming back from international duty so we reach into the loan market to bring back Brendan Ploen of the Denver Post. He and Matt join the podcast couch to discuss the end of the Rapids transfer window and Cole Bassett’s loan […]

diego rubio sets records
Matt Pollard, Editor - Aug 13, 2022

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – Colorado Rapids hosted Columbus Crew SC on Saturday night. It was Crew’s first game facing former striker Gyasi Zardes. Cucho Hernandez and Diego Rubio shined on the night as a cagy playoff-like game ended tied. Cucho scores again, Diego Rubio sets records as Crew draw Rapids The Black and Gold started […]

gyasi zardes revenge
Matt Pollard, Editor - Aug 11, 2022

PODCAST – Hello Colorado Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, Rabbi is in the holy land! We banter about soccer adventuring abroad and Orange Count SC batting LA Galaxy II for a stadium. Then we recap the weather delayed win against Minnesota United. We discuss the good, the underlying worry, and more. […]

Joel Waterman
Elias Laradi - Aug 4, 2022

CF Montreal managed to go into Columbus and steal three valuable points after trailing for most of the game and a weather delay. Joel Waterman plays hero as CF Montreal shocks Columbus Crew Montreal falters early With a six-point difference between Montreal and Columbus Crew in the Eastern Conference standings, this game was pivotal for […]

New England Revolution Columbus Crew SC
Jamie Rooke - Jul 24, 2022

Defensive woes have plagued the New England Revolution for large parts of this season. The last two results have been evidence of that, but they were able to shut out the Columbus Crew. Cucho Hernandez has been lights out since his arrival in MLS but the striker was unable to get on the score-sheet this […]

Crew New England
Jamie Rooke - Jul 21, 2022

PREVIEW – The New England Revolution have had a very topsy-turvy season to date. They have had a tough couple of games from which they accumulated zero points, and it doesn’t get any easier. Next on the agenda is an in-form Columbus side who have been buoyed by the arrival of Cucho Hernandez. Will the Colombian […]

Cucho Hernández
Matt Pollard, Editor - Jul 18, 2022

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus Crew hosted FC Cincinnati on Sunday evening for the final matchday of MLS Rivalry Week (which has been two weekends, but I digress). Cucho Hernández and Lucas Zelarayán versus Cincy without Lucho Acosta. Columbus trying to climb up the table with a new signing breathing life into their season. Cincy with […]

mls rivalry week
Matt Pollard, Editor - Jul 7, 2022

PODCAST – What’s up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, the boys discuss midseason talking points on MLS. Are Austin and RSL legit? Who’s the best team in the East? Has Toronto FC become a parody of themselves from 2012? Who’s winning the Wooden Spoon? Then in the Round Table we look ahead […]

Columbus Crew SC forward Jacen Russell-Rowe on June 29, 2022

TORONTO, ON – Jacen Russell-Rowe had a memorable game with his hometown team, Toronto FC. The Brampton native delivered two assists for Colombus Crew SC. As a result, Columbus won both games against Toronto this year and also won the Trillium Cup. Jacen Russell-Rowe gets two assists against his hometown team in a 2-1 win […]

Open Cup Round of 16
Matt Pollard, Editor - May 24, 2022

PODCAST – What’s up Internet! This week on Last Word SC Radio, the Boyz are back together. Matt leads us through a double game week edition of MLS Red Light, Green Light, Yellow Light. Jamie’s feeling better about the New England Revolution. Matt thinks NYCFC are back in form for good. Dan’s concerned about Portland. […]

new england revolution drop points
Jamie Rooke - May 8, 2022

Foxborough, MASS– having struck back and turned the game on its head, it appeared that the Revolution would make it three wins in-a-row at Gillette Stadium. It wasn’t to be though as, once again, they conceded late on. It wasn’t the most exciting game despite the score line and the headline story is that New […]

New England Revolution Columbus Crew
Jamie Rooke - May 6, 2022

After a rough start to the new season, the New England Revolution are beginning to improve. With key players returning from injury and the CCL nightmare further in the past, New England have won their last two at home. Can the Revolution continue this run when Columbus Crew come to town this weekend? Can the […]

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La Galaxy Center-Back Jalen Neal Is the Future for the Galaxy and USMNT Defense.
Rob Jalón - May 6, 2022

Los Angeles – The Los Angeles Galaxy made their 2023 home preseason debut on Saturday night with a 2-1 loss to New York City FC. Douglas Costa had a chance to tie the score with a stoppage-time penalty after a brilliant run by Efrain Alvarez but had his tame effort saved. And so, the 2023 […]

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Evan Curnew - May 6, 2022

As announced by Atletico Ottawa, the club has signed defender Karl Ouimette to a contract that runs until 2024. Ottawa joins six other CPL clubs to have announced a new player. Reigning CPL champions Forge FC have yet to announce a new player. Ouimette, now 30, has earned 18 senior appearances with Canada but has […]

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Matt Pollard, Editor - May 6, 2022

PODCAST – What’s up Internet? On this episode of Last Word Soccer Club Radio, Matt, Rachael, and Ed get together to talk all things U.S. Soccer exodus. We discuss Earnie Stewart and Brian McBride leaving their roles and what comes next as we still don’t have a head coach and Gregg Berhalter is still under […]

Los Angeles Galaxy Forward Raheem Edwards Is Being Defended by Toronto FC’s Chris Mavinga on August 31, 2022
Rob Jalón - May 6, 2022

Depending on what type of Los Angeles Galaxy fan you are, you’re either angry or desperate at the impending start to the season. Perhaps both?! What’s certain is that Galaxy’s off-season instability won’t delay the start of the 2023 campaign in 24 days. The new MLS television deal with Apple TV will debut with the […]

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Evan Curnew - May 6, 2022

The Canadian Premier League has announced a full schedule release for the 2023 season which is the league’s 5th season anniversary. In addition to a full schedule release, the league has also confirmed multiple changes to the regular season. It will be CPL Commissioner Mark Noonan’s first full season in charge after he took over mid-way […]

CanMNT Head Coach John Herdman Looks On At Al Thumama Stadium
Uttiyo Sarkar - May 6, 2022

The Canada men’s soccer team head coach, John Herdman, has confirmed that he will stay on as the team’s head coach after guiding them through the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The English coach aspires to take the Canadian side to the 2026 World Cup and has even rejected offers from other national sides to stay […]