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MLS Week 31: A Look Ahead

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With only three weeks left in the MLS regular season, the pressure is cranking up for a few teams on either side of the red line.

One of several marquee matcheson Saturday features FC Dallas hosting the LA Galaxy. These teams are separated by five points, but the Colorado Rapids have games in hand on both sides, adding more incentive to already heated matchup.

MLS Ticker: Updated salaries, D.C. United stadium, Rowe, and more

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MLS player salaries have been updated, while D.C. Unitedreceived mixed news regarding its new stadium.

The MLS Players Union has updated its salary list, which now includes Nicolas Lodeiro's infomation. (READ)

The District of Columbia will hand over the Buzzard Point land to D.

MLS Week 31: A Midweek Look Ahead

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Week 31 in Major League Soccer begins early as eight teams are in action on Wednesday.

The match with the most playoff implications is at RFK Stadium where D.C. United hosts the Columbus Crew. If Columbus beats D.C., then the Crew would be two points adrift of the final postseason berth in the Eastern Conference.

MLS Look Ahead: Week 30

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With only five weeks left in the MLS regular season, the race to the playoffs is heating up.

A battle between first and second place in the Eastern Conference highlights the action this weekend, with Toronto FC hosting the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.

Sounders likely won’t set new attendance record in 2016

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Poor results on the field lead to reduced demand at the gate.

When the Sounders take the field Saturday afternoon against Cascadia Cup rivals Vancouver Whitecaps, they'll do so in front of a now-expected 50,000+ bodied crowd. But now in a three-year period of growth stagnation, the era of the Sounders sitting all alone at the top of Major League Soccer's attendance charts may be coming to an end.

MLS Look Ahead: Week 29

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There is a full slate of games this weekend in MLS following the international break,and an American soccer legendcould return to the pitch on Sunday.

Landon Donovan is back with the LA Galaxy after announcing that he is coming out of retirement to finish the 2016 season in light of the injury problems at the club.

Earthquakes part ways with GM John Doyle

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The San Earthquakes have made a significant change within their front office.

The club announced on Monday that it has parted ways with general manager John Doyle, with technical director Chris Leitch taking over the role on an interim basis.

MLS Week 25: A Look Ahead

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Rivalries dominate Week 25 in MLS,and there a few salivating matchupson tap this weekend.

The most notable is the Cascadia Cup as the resurgent Seattle Sounders face the Portland Timbers at Providence Park. Both sides met last week withthe Sounders cruised to a 3-1 win.

Earthquakes come from behind to tie Dynamo

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The temperature in Houston was high Sunday night, enough to warranttwo drink breaks for the players, and just as highwere the stakes for the two teams both struggling to cement themselves in playoff places. In the end, a classic Chris Wondoloski finish was enough to redeem a point for the San Jose Earthquakes on Dominic Kinnear's return to Houston.

Nine-man Earthquakes overcome TFC at home

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Everything was stacked against the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night, but Dominic Kinnear's side dug deep and pulled out three points at Avaya Stadium.

The Earthquakes captured a 2-1 win at home against Toronto FC, behind Simon Dawkins' game-winning game in the 70th minute.

Urruti's golazo powers FC Dallas past Earthquakes

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A moment of brilliance from FC Dallas' Maxi Urruti ended the San Jose Earthquakes' perfect run at home on Friday night.

FC Dallas stretched its lead atop the Western Conference to four points by way of their 1-0 victory at Avaya Stadium.

Urruti opened the scoring in fantastic fashion in the 51st minute as he used a superb combination of concentration and technique to flip a bicycle kick goal into the left side of the net from close range.

Fire capture third win against Earthquakes

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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – It took the better part of the first half, but something seemed to click for the Chicago Fire's offense on Friday night against the San Jose Earthquakes.

The visiting Earthquakes controlled possession for theopening 20-plus minutes, but when they didn't make much of that possession, the Fire began to grow into the game.

MLS Ticker: Gilberto, Rivero, Tissot and more

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Two South American stars appear set to leave MLS as the summer transfer window continues to heat up.

The Chicago Fire and Gilberto have mutually agreed to terminate the forward's contract, with Fire general manager Nelson Rodriguez stating that the Brazilian, "was not able to reach his top form in Major League Soccer," despite his best efforts.

MLS game scores 1 million viewers for first time since 2008

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Saturday night's broadcast of San Jose Earthquakes against LA Galaxy averaged 1 million viewers on Univision, the first time that MLS has hit that number since 2008.

The broadcast of the California Clasico was the first MLS match televised live on Univision since 1999. No regular season or post-season MLS game has ever drawn those viewing numbers on Spanish-language television.

MLS game scores 1 million viewers for first time since 2008

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Saturday night's broadcast of San Jose Earthquakes against LA Galaxy averaged 1 million viewers on Univision, the first time that MLS has hit that number since 2008.

The broadcast of the California Clasico was the first MLS match televised live on Univision since 1999. No regular season or post-season MLS game has ever drawn those viewing numbers on Spanish-language television.

Adidas unveils 2016 MLS All-Star jersey

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While fan voting for the 2016 MLS All-Star Game continues until early July, one question was answered in regards to what the MLS players will be wearing.

On Friday, adidas released the jersey for the July 28 showdown against Premier League side Arsenal, which will be played at the San Jose Earthquakes' Avaya Stadium.

MLS Ticker: Revolution stadium, Rogers and more

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After spending its entire MLS tenure at Gillette Stadium, the New England Revolution are actively looking for a more suitable home, and they may have found a location.

Revolution owner Robert Kraft and the team are in talks with the University of Massachusetts over a plot of land currently owned by university in Dorchester.

MLS Weekend Rewind: Week 15

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Sporting KC picked up a crucial three points on Sunday afternoon, while the New York Red Bulls continued their unbeaten run against the Seattle Sounders.

Here's a closer look at all of this past weekend's MLS action:

New York City FCfended offa late push from the Philadelphia Union for a 3-2 victory on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

Orlando City, Earthquakes tie after late Salinas finish

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Saturday night's match between Orlando City SC and the San Jose Earthquakes was special for reasons that go beyond play on the field,but the latter spoiled the Lions' chance at three points.

Shea Salinas played hero for the Earthquakes, who pulled off a 2-2 draw at Camping World Stadium against Orlando City.

Sporting Kansas City

Sporting End Their Jinx in San Jose

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For the first time in 16 years, Sporting Kansas City is returning to Kansas City from San Jose with all three points after a 2-1 win at Avaya Stadium last night. Not since 2000 when a lineup mixed with starters and back ups went to San Jose and won 3-0 has Kansas City been able to get a win on the road in San Jose.

Sporting KC steals three points in away win over Earthquakes

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A long-awaited win on the road boosted Sporting KC in the playoff hunt Saturday night in San Jose.

A late corner kick goal from Kevin Ellis proved to bethe winner in the 2-1 win for Sporting KC. A dragged-out, physical match eventually paid off for a Sporting KC team that created few clear-cut chances.

MLS Ticker: Ceren, Dynamo, Red Bulls and more

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With the primary MLS transfer deadline closing on Wednesday night, teams were scrambling to make several deals in the final hours.

Orlando City has sent midfielder Darwin Ceren to the San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for Matias Perez Garcia and an international roster spot.

Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders vs. San Jose Earthquakes: Community player ratings form

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It was looking like a night of hard work and nothing to show for it in San Jose for Seattle after they went down a sloppy goal in the first half, but Nicolas Lodeiro saved the day (and a point) again in the end for the Sounders, and the path to the playoffs is still there.

How did the individual players fare in this California trip?

Seattle Sounders vs. San Jose Earthquakes: Highlights, stats and quotes

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"San Jose is playing for their lives as well, so you have to give them some credit. Dom is a good coach ... It's just can we play a little better soccer at times. Yes they can, and that's what we're going to work on." -Brian Schmetzer

After being thoroughly outplayed to start the match at Avaya Stadium, the Sounders managed to push hard in the second half for another late goal by Nicolas Lodeiro to produce one more road point.

Seattle Sounders at San Jose Earthquakes: News, updates, highlights, analysis

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With Clint Dempsey still out due to an irregular heartbeat Brian Schmetzer will need to find a way to create offense against San Jose (7-8-11 -3, 7th in West). The Seattle Sounders (9-13-4 -4, 8th in West) can leapfrog the 'Quakes with a win or a draw. Both of those results would also earn them the Heritage Cup.

The Path to the Playoffs: Six Games to Go

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The Portland Timbers did not do themselves any favors in Saturday's 3-1 loss to FC Dallas, failing to bring home a road point for the 14th time this season and losing control of their playoff destiny. Of course, a road loss to the best team in the league comes as no surprise, and looking at the remainder of the Timbers' schedule, reaching the playoffs still looks like a very attainable goal.

Is no news bad news for Clint Dempsey’s availability?

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There's still nothing like a timetable being given for Dempsey's return from irregular heartbeat.

It has now been nearly two weeks since the Seattle Sounders first revealed that Clint Dempsey was undergoing tests for an irregular heartbeat, and his status remains as unclear as ever.

There had been at least some hope that Dempsey might be back in time for the Sounders' game against the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday.

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Chris Wondolowski taps it to get San Jose early lead

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After a horrid attempted clearance by Tyrone Mears the ball falls into space where Jordan Stewart could cut it back into the area. Chris Wondolowski finished the simple shot from the center and top of the six.

San Jose Earthquakes have dominated possession early in the match. Seattle is not creating going forward, and their defense is defined by Stefan Frei's dominance defending set-pieces.

Sounders at San Jose Earthquakes: Roman Torres starts while Cristian Roldan enters the attack

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Tyrone Mears gets the nod at right back as Brad Evans is out injured.

The good news is that Roman Torres is getting his first Sounders start since his injury, against the San Jose Earthquakes. As Brad Evans is out injured Osvaldo Alonso takes the captain's armband and Tyrone Mears remains the starting right back.

2016 MLS season

Playing in Liga MX

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Liga MX is changing and that might mean good news for viewers but bad news for dual nationality players in Friday's soccer news update.

Soccer TV: Chicago vs San Jose and Real Salt Lake vs DC United

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There's an MLS doubleheader on UniMas on Friday with Chicago playing San Jose at 8pm and RSL vs DC United at 10:30pm.

The Rest

Impact pick up much-needed win over Earthquakes

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The Montreal Impact entered Wednesday's match in a major funk, but a pair of first half goals proved just enough to put an end to the team's cold streak while keeping their postseason push alive.

Ignacio Piatti and Dominic Oduro scored 10 minutes apart to get the Impactgoing, leading the way ina 3-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.

Trapp, Bingham leave with injuries as Crew surge past Quakes

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A U.S. Men's National Team wingershined, but injuries to two members of the USMNT pool headlined Saturday's clash between the Columbus Crew and San Jose Earthquakes.

Ethan Finlay continued his recent hot streak while Justin Meram added a second from the spot, leading the Columbus Crew to a 2-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Friday.

Revolution and Earthquakes play to scoreless draw

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Neither the New England Revolution or San Jose Earthquakes could find the back of the net on Wednesday night at Avaya Stadium as the two sides closed out the MLS midweek action with a 0-0 draw.

The pair of teams fighting for playoff positions in their respective conferences could only manage a combined four shots on targetin the only scoreless match in league playon Wednesday.

Earthquakes pick up road win against Whitecaps

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The San Jose Earthquakes failed to win each of their first 12 road matches, but Quincy Amarikwa and Simon Dawkins ensured Friday night would be a successful one for a team still in the thick of a playoff race.

Amarikwa and Dawkins each contributed goals on the night, leading the Quakes to a 2-1 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place.

NYCFC earns draw from visit to Earthquakes

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New York City FC and the San Jose Earthquakes combined to create plenty of chances on Friday night, but neither could slip a shot past the opposing goalkeeper and earn all three points.

Josh Sanders and David Bingham combined for seven saves on the night, as NYCFC earned an away point against the Earthquakes from Friday's scoreless draw at Avaya Stadium.

Clarence Goodson likely to miss remainder of 2016 season

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Despite his best efforts to get on the field again this season, it appears San Jose Earthquakes defender Clarence Goodson will miss the remainder of the 2016 MLS season.

The veteran centerback announced via social media that he will undergo surgery on Thursday to repair a herniated disk in his back, likely ending his season after making just two appearances for the Earthquakes.

Barrett scores late to earn Earthquakes tie against Galaxy

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The Cali Clasico tends to be one of MLS' most compelling rivalries, and Saturday's chapter proved no different.

Chad Barrett's 90th minute equalizer earned the San Jose Earthquakes a 1-1 draw against the rival LA Galaxy in front of over50,000 fans at Stanford Stadium.

2 early goals plus solid defense propel Timbers past Earthquakes in USOC opener

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With a break in the schedule from MLS matches, the Portland Timbers turned their attention to U.S. Open Cup play to battle a familiar foe, the San Jose Earthquakes. They used two first half goals plus stellar defense to post a 2 to 0 win and advance to the next round. They will host another familiar foe later this month in the next round amidst another busy slate of MLS matches.

Soccer Made in Portland: 2016 Episode 24

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Jamie calls in long-distance from Seattle to join Chris in discussing the Portland Timbers' U.S. Open Cup victory over the San Jose Earthquakes, who makes the XI in the Timbers' upcoming visit to Salt Lake City, and the arrival of Amandine Henry.

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