Torres' kick out was deemed "violent conduct" by MLS Disciplinary Committee.
The Seattle Sounders will be without center back Roman Torres after the MLS Disciplinary Committee suspended the center back one match and fined him an undisclosed amount for "violent conduct" in Saturday's 2-2 tie with the Montreal Impact.
On Sunday, the Revs beat the Red Bulls 2-1 in one of their best-ever performances, despite being outplayed from a statistical standpoint as the Red Bulls were superior in ball possession, shots, shots on goal, all passing categories, and corner kicks, for example.
Mike Petke has seen his fair share of great soccer players. Having spent time playing with or coaching names such as Juan Pablo Angel, Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill, the New York Red Bulls head coach has experiencedsome of the game's elite first hand.
Petke is never the type of coach to throw around unnecessary praise, preferring to let his player's actions on the field speak louder than his words.
Every week we "Monday Morning Manage" every game with our fellow Union faithful. What could have been done better? What were the missed opportunities? Did that sub really need to happen? We bring all the talking points to you each week right here.
With yet another week of three games in eight days, it is an extra long edition of game changers.
Is Eric Ayuk's former club exploiting a loophole in FIFA's ban on third party ownership of Ayuk and other MLS players? PSP's Dan Walsh lays out the story of a fascinating business operating on soccer's frontier.
Late Thursday night, news broke that Ambroise Oyongo's contract with Montreal impact FC has been cancelled by the Fédération Camerounaise de Football (Cameroon Football Federation). Oyongo, recently acquired through a trade with New York Red Bulls, was competing in the African Cup of Nations until Cameroon failed to advance past.