From the end of the bench to a consistent starter, Rob Vincent's first season in MLS ended on a high note
Rob Vincent was this year's player that D.C. United signed from USL, with the team paying a transfer fee to secure his services from the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. He served as an attacking midfielder in USL, scoring 18 goals primarily from the left wing.
D.C. United transfer rumors, expansion draft, MLS Cup, and more
Hey, Freedom Kicks fam, I'm back! Not like someone who went out of town for vacation, or a situation where it's good news. No, I'm back like Kurt Russell's RJ MacReady, bursting back into Outpost 31 after being left for dead as paranoia spreads throughout the Antarctic.
Rumors in Costa Rica have United possibly leading MLS interest for Ortiz, but it might be complicated
Andres Gonzalez, who works with Deportivo de Radio Columbia in Costa Rica, reports that Jose Guillermo Ortiz, forward for Costa Rica club side Herediano, is headed to MLS, with separate reports hinting that he may be coming to D.
To say I dislike Mark Hughes would be like describing the size of the planet Jupiter as being bigger than a dog. I don't like the cut of his jib. You can tell much about the man by his football philosophy this is a chap who can take the wonderful artistry of Shaqiri and turn him into yet another water carrier.
Within a space of just a few days, the flame of the youth project flicked just briefly and then fizzled out. So sad! First it was crashing out to Saints in the Mickey Mouse Cup and then to Basel Juniours in the youth version of the CL. With that went the chance to watch our youngsters for another year.
Moving 1800 miles away from Houston to cold and snow to win the College Cup? Worth it.
There are a lot of factors that come into play when high school seniors start looking at college. Academics typically play a big factor in where people plan to spend the next four years of their lives. For high school athletes the decision often comes down to being able to make the team roster and if they are really lucky, getting a college scholarship.
MLS's 2016 season comes to an end tonight as TFC and the Sounders both go for their first-ever MLS Cup
A season that stretches back over nine months ends today, as Toronto FC hosts the Seattle Sounders with MLS Cup on the line. TFC has been carried through the playoffs by an irresistible attack, managing two different five-goal outings and scoring two or more goals in every single postseason game.
MLS Commissioner talked about expansion timeline, target allocation, Christian Pulisic and more in address
Armed with a litany of talking points and factoids demonstrating growth and improvement both on and off the field, Don Garber delivered his live State of the League Address on Friday afternoon on the eve of the MLS Cup in Toronto.
Matt Perrella was kind enough to sit down and chat about where he's been and what brought him to Bethlehem Steel FC ahead of the team's second season.
Matt Perrella is a bit of an enigma. Matt just kinda popped up for Bethlehem Steel FC at the tail end of the season following the departure of Samir Badr, and after his first match I asked him how he wound up in the Philadelphia Union organization.
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