Red Bulls Draw Fire 2-2 as Wright-Phillips Gets Late Equalizer

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It wasn’t pretty, in fact this game was down right ugly. ┬áBut, the New York Red Bulls managed to squeeze out a point off a late equalizer by Bradley Wright-Phillips. ┬áThe first tell tale sign of this games fate came in the 16th minute as Chicago Fire’s Matt Polster’s awkward clearance went right by goalkeeper […] READ MORE


Colorado Rapids Survive Montreal Impact, 2-2

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MONTREAL, QC. (April 30, 2016) – It wasn’t pretty. It wasn’t great. But it worked. The Colorado Rapids gutted out a 2-2 against Didier Drogba and the Montreal Impact at Stade Saputo on Saturday afternoon. Colorado Rapids Survive Montreal Impact, 2-2 The Rapids had to tweak their lineup a bit going into this game. Kevin […] READ MORE


Montreal Impact's Ignacio Piatti Wants in MVP Race

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Three finalists are chosen each season for Major League Soccer’s Landon Donovan MVP Award. While it’s only March — and therefore nearly a complete waste of time to speculate on potential MVP candidates — one player, in particular, has already made his intentions clear that he plans to keep his name in the conversation in […] READ MORE


Deadly Impact: NYCFC v Montreal Preseason

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(Editorial) – Compared to what was going on in New York City, it looked like a balmy evening on the western coast of Florida on February 17th, the perfect opportunity to see a preseason demonstration of how our new coach and ever-evolving cast of players would do in their first competition against an MLS side. […] READ MORE


Didier Drogba Debacle Highlights Rough MLS Offseason: TWC

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Didier Drogba's MLS contract doesn't expire until the end of the 2016 season. But the opportunity to return (again) and become an assistant coach at Chelsea has MLS on the verge of its seemingly annual high-profile player controversy. If this one ends in Chelsea's favour, MLS could be left reeling for the entire 2016 season and possibly beyond. READ MORE