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MLS

Kei Kamara Trade Reveals MLS Still Sees Players as Expendable Commodities

The Columbus Crew traded star forward Kei Kamara only a few months after signing him to a million dollar Designated Player contract.
Leander Schaerlaeckens
5.16.16
soccer

Juan Agudelo Scores a Rooney-Like Bicycle Kick Golazo

Why doesn't this man appear regularly for the USMNT again?
Liam Daniel Pierce
10.29.15
MLS

Meet the Hardcore MLS Superfans Who Will Do Anything for Their Team

Traveling 18 hours for one game seems like madness, but for a certain breed of MLS fan, it's part of the price of admission.
Kevin Koczwara
12.29.14
soccer

A.J. Soares Helps Keeper Up, Shoves Him Back Down

A.J. Soares acted like he was trying to help the Galaxy keeper off the pitch, but once he got him standing up right, he threw him back down.
Sean Newell
12.8.14
Comebacks

Charlie Davies' Long Road Back to Stardom

In 2009, a car crash almost ruined the career of one of America's most promising soccer players, but Charlie Davies has regained his form.
Kevin Koczwara
12.5.14
soccer

MLS Defender Kevin Alston Is Beating Leukemia Off The Field, And Winning On It

Kevin Alston was back on the field less than five months after his diagnosis. Now the New England Revolution are on the doorstep of a championship.
Kevin Koczwara
11.27.14
Highlights

Teal Bunbury Bends Scorcher Of A Goal

Teal Bunbury may have given us the goal of the weekend with this curling beauty against the Red Bulls.
Sean Newell
11.23.14
Promotion

Puppet Killer: One Man's Controversial Twitter Quest To Save American Soccer

Ted Westervelt is known in American soccer circles as @soccerreform, a vitriolic one-man army determined to save the sport from itself.
Kevin Koczwara
11.14.14
soccer

Lee Nguyen's Globe-Spanning Search For a Home

From teenage American soccer standout to Dutch league washout, Lee Nguyen's journey hasn't been for the faint of the heart, but it's finally paying off.
Kevin Koczwara
11.3.14