Archives: MLS Talk

Dominant Kansas City Held To Draw By Pesky Chicago

Posted on by Drew Farmer

A nearly full Sporting Park saw the one-time Wizards dominate play against Chicago Fire in Sporting’s home opener, but ultimately come away with nothing but a single point in the standings. Sporting started the match brightly, deploying C.J. Sapong on … Continue reading

Roy Miller’s Explanation A Lesson In Selfishness

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

So after discussing and writing an article about the mishaps and the brain farts of Costa Rican International Left Back Roy Miller, you figured that would be the end of his buffoonery and we can move on to the home … Continue reading

A New Attitude Is Evident At Toronto F.C.

Posted on by Peter Galindo

It’s been a disastrous six years for Toronto FC. Since their inception in 2007, they’ve been the epitome of ineptitude in Major League Soccer. This year, however, Kevin Payne was appointed President. The club began to operate more professionally and … Continue reading

Another Mental Lapse Costs Red Bulls Against San Jose

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

It couldn’t have happened again, could it? The Red Bulls with a solid first half and leading this time by a goal at Buck Shaw Stadium with a performance that was just adequate to get the full three points and … Continue reading

Feuerstein’s Fire

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

Feuerstein’s Fire #140 Monday, March 11th 8:00PM EST – 5PM PST Guests: Douglas Zimmermann, Independent Photographer who was at Estadio Azteca for World Cup Qualifier between Mexico & the USA Josh Hakala & Tavio Palazzolo of www.thecup.us as we discuss … Continue reading

How Should Confederations Deal With Suspect Officiating?

Posted on by Daniel Feuerstein

After the interesting and exciting week of Champions League football in both UEFA & CONCACAF, there are those that are still asking questions about referee decisions, and of course demanding repercussions for those actions against certain sides that fell victim … Continue reading

USMNT Loses Tim Howard For March Qualifiers

Posted on by Earl Reed

The steady singularity that has stewarded the area for the United States Men’s National Team for the last few years is about to be disrupted. The Guardian reported today that Tim Howard suffered two bone fractures in his back while … Continue reading

MLSGarlic: More Teams In Los Angeles Please

Posted on by The Goofer

WARNING – MLSGarlic will be a parody series that runs on MLSTalk. We’ll only say it once, so please be warned. Ed. We here at MLS Talk love to kick a goat while it’s down, we must admit that. But … Continue reading

Vancouver Will Soldier On Without Leader DeMerit

Posted on by Peter Galindo

It was November 18th, 2010. In a marquee press conference the Vancouver Whitecaps, set to make their MLS debut in March 2011, announced their first major signing. That came in the form of Watford centre half Jay DeMerit. He was … Continue reading

Columbus Could Kick Off MLS Stadium Project 2.0

Posted on by Robert Hay

(New England and DC fans, avert your eyes.  This could hurt). The Columbus Crew hold the distinction of opening MLS’s first soccer specific stadium when Crew Stadium was opened in 1999.  Since then, the stadium has hosted one MLS championship … Continue reading