Freezing conditions undoubtedly had an affect on the quality of play in Saturday's MLS Cup final. What's a league to do? Earl Reed explores.
How many World Cups will it take before FIFA reconciles prime time in Europe with the early afternoon temperatures in the host country? Read More
MLS has a TV ratings problem. Earl Reed looks at the just released 2014 TV schedule and sees positive change, though challenges remain.
Months earlier than expected, Major League Soccer released its 2014 schedule on Monday. In the last year of its television deals, the league served up a number of treats for its broadcast partners in its 2014 release. MLS also provided a great treat for fans, by creating a regular Friday night match on NBCSN.
the yorkies at Nov 25, 2013 @ 8:48pm UTC
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"July would have been so kick assh!" It's a Major League Soccer admin BOGO! Not only were Don Garber's little elves busy listing all of the waived players prior to today's Waiver Draft but they also produced the 2014 schedule. Christmas has come early for press release junkies! Firstly to the waiver wire "action".
On Monday, Major League Soccer released the entire 2014 regular season schedule. Read More
Can the second-legs of the Conference finals and a strong MLS Cup make up for a lackluster 2013 in Major League Soccer? Read More
In this week's Corner, we rate the likelihood that Major League Soccer reconsiders pushing into the month of December. Read More
Major League Soccer hasn't made it easy on itself to tell the playoff story, opting for play-ins, two-leg series, and aggregate goals. Read More
Charles Boehm sifts through an interesting week for Major League Soccer, still struggling with how to schedule the playoffs. Read More
Major League Soccer announces the schedule for the 2013 playoffs beginning on October 30th and running through December 7th. Read More
J Hutcherson counts down the Major League Soccer clubs with the biggest gripes for a 2013 regular season that wasn't. Read More
On an exciting final weekend of the 2013 regular season for Major League Soccer, the New York Red Bulls win the Supporters' Shield. Read More
Jason Davis picks the three games that should determine the playoff picture as we enter the final weekend of the MLS regular season. Read More
A goal in eight seconds and all to play for in both Conferences highlights Week 34 of the 2013 Major League Soccer season. Read More
With rumors swirling about a schedule rethink for MLS, Tony Edwards asks what a traditional schedule looks like in North America. Read More
The short schedule in Week 33 brings most of the league level on games played, and the West remains open with two games remaining. Read More
With Colorado and Vancouver both winning big over Seattle, Jason Davis looks at the major difference between the two clubs. Read More
There's a clear opportunity for the Houston Dynamo in midweek MLS action, but all three games are important as the playoff races continue. Read More
Colorado and the Galaxy had five-goal games in Week 32 and Landon Donovan ties Jeff Cunningham for the MLS goals record. Read More
A look at the history of the Major League Soccer playoff formats in comparison to the other major American pro sports. Read More
The wrap-up for Week 31 of the 2013 Major League Soccer season where the Conference standings remain tight. Read More
It's Questions time, with a look at squad rotation in Colorado and another take on scheduling in Major League Soccer. Read More
Jason Davis explains the importance of six-pointer games as we enter the final weeks of the MLS regular season. Read More
J Hutcherson compares the MLS playoff race to Major League Baseball's, with both leagues using a wildcard play-in game. Read More
The Eastern Conference standings shuffle with a loss for Montreal and a win for New York in Week 29 of the 2013 MLS season. Read More
It's the 5 Questions with a look at the impact of international absences in Major League Soccer and production quality for MLS TV. Read More
Week 28 of the 2013 MLS season with a couple of Goal of the Year candidates and no turnaround for Toronto and Columbus. Read More
With the NFL kicking off its 2013 season, we look at the concept of the match day and how that's gone missing in MLS. Read More
The Columbus Crew and Seattle Sounders both recorded shutouts in the midweek Major League Soccer games. Read More
A report Tuesday claimed MLS owners were considering cutting the league schedule to 28 games. PSP's Earl Reed thinks that's bonkers.
WVHooligan at Sep 3, 2013 @ 8:16pm UTC
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The headline is an interesting subject, one that was proposed by Steve Davis over at ProSoccer Talk. As Davis put it, Major League Soccer may be developing an interesting way to get around dealing with so many international dates in their schedule by actually reducing the number of games played in the regular season for each club.
Week 27 of the Major League Soccer season doesn't give us a better idea of the Eastern Conference table. Read More
Take your pick of the major stories from Week 26 of the 2013 MLS season, Seattle's attendance or several lopsided wins. Read More
Robbie Keane's hat-trick and Juan Agudelo's creativity were some of the highlights from Week 25 of the 2013 MLS season. Read More
Jason Davis asks if any team in Major League Soccer is a significant draw away from home. Read More
Tony asks about Geoff Cameron's role in the Stoke City defense and what MLS has in mind with the designated player rule. Read More
Major League Soccer's Week 21 featured and absence of goals and plenty of stoppage time in a contentious meeting of first-place teams. Read More
In the Thursday edition of the 5 Questions, Tony discusses Chivas USA's attempt at a turnaround and the MLS red card review. Read More
The soccer news roundup for Oct 14, 2013 where we focus on World Cup Qualifying and a rumor about Major League Soccer's schedule. Read More