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Earthquakes' part ways with head coach Dominic Kinnear

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After two playoff-less season in the Bay Area, Dominic Kinnear's time with the San Jose Earthquakes is up.

The Quakes have parted ways with Kinnear and assistant coach Jonathan Spencer, the club announced on Sunday.The two-time MLS Cup champion's departure comes a day after defeating Real Salt Lake, 2-1, while recording six victories over the course of 17 games this season.

MLS Ticker: Deshorn Brown to D.C. United, Quakes close in on Valeri Qazaishvili, and more

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D.C. United are on the brink of improving their options at striker, with reports indicating that they are on the verge of signing Deshorn Brown from the Tampa Bay Rowdies. The forward has scored three goals in 14 appearancesfor the Rowdies this season after joining them fromShenzhen in China.

Brown has been in D.

SBI Question of the Day: What is the best rivalry in MLS?

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It's rivalry week in MLS, and while that will no doubt make for good viewing all around, it's worth pondering where one's viewing time might best be spent.

The league has no shortage of intense match-ups, but one of the most well-known and entertaining takes place in the Pacific Northwest when Cascadia rivals clash.

Earthquakes, Sporting KC share points in scoreless draw

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It's never a walk in the park when Sporting Kansas City comes knocking at your door, especially when they stand atop of the Western Conference.

The depleted San Jose Earthquakes, playing with just 16 men in their squad on Saturday night, were able to overcome early obstacles and hold Sporting KC to a 0-0 at Avaya Stadium.

New Earthquakes president looking to spend intelligently on new signings

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SAN JOSE MLS teams don't often appoint a former English Premier League executive as their team's new president. The Premier League is a league with lavish spending that boasts the illusion of unlimited cash, far different to tight salary cap restrains in America.

For the San Jose Earthquakes, appointing Tom Fox as successor to Dave Kaval's seven-year tenure as president comes at a time when the club is set open their pockets for the summer transfer window.

Valeri brace powers Timbers past 10-man Earthquakes

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First-half frustration turned into second-half relief for the Portland Timbers on Friday night.

Diego Valeri managed to find the net twice in the second half as the Timbers recorded a 2-0 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes to end a run of five matches without a win.

All of the frustration the Timbers felt after all the missed chances last weekend carried over into the opening 45 minutes here.

David Beckham's stadium deal, San Jose Earthquakes new president: Brotherly Game Daily Links 6/1/17

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New month, new links.

Philadelphia Union News

Marcus Epps makes MLS debut at Real Salt Lake
Another game, another MLS debut for the Union.

Union notes: International calls, leaning to the right and a mysterious guest at training
The lineup likely does not change this weekend, judging by the scrimmage we saw on Wednesday between the Union second team and Bethlehem Steel.

MLS Ticker: Quakes hire former Arsenal executive, French forward trialing with Red Bulls and more

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For the first time since 2010, the San Jose Earthquakes will have a new president.

According to a report from San Jose Mercuryformer Arsenal and Aston Villa executive Tom Fox will be introduced Tuesday as the club's new president following Dave Kaval's departure.

Kaval, who will remain on the team's board, reportedly interviewed six other potential candidates before selecting Fox.

San Jose-LA Galaxy scores best MLS TV viewing audience of 2017 thus far

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Saturday’s broadcast of San Jose Earthquakes against LA Galaxy on Univision and Univision Deportes is the most-watched MLS game of the 2017 season thus far on US television.

A total of 692,000 viewers tuned in to watch the game on the over-the-air Univision network, which combined with the 202,000 people who watched the match simulcast on Univision Deportes, equals a total of 894,000 viewers for the California Clásico.

San Jose-LA Galaxy scores best MLS TV viewing audience of 2017 thus far

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Saturday’s broadcast of San Jose Earthquakes against LA Galaxy on Univision and Univision Deportes is the most-watched MLS game of the 2017 season thus far on US television.

A total of 692,000 viewers tuned in to watch the game on the over-the-air Univision network, which combined with the 202,000 people who watched the match simulcast on Univision Deportes, equals a total of 894,000 viewers for the California Clásico.

The false dilemma: To spend or not to spend

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To spend or not to spend. That was and still is the question. Nick Fishman takes a closer look at the issue.

Late goal extends Earthquakes' unbeaten streak at home

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SAN JOSE, Calif.-Splitting points with Orlando City at Avaya Stadium on Wednesday night prolonged the San Jose Earthquakes' bittersweet trend. Th Earthquakes have yet to drop three points in front of their home crowd since week 31 of last season, but thanks to several undesirable come from behind last-minute draws, they haven't always secured maximum points either.

MLS Midweek Rewind: Week 12

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A handful of league matches took place on Wednesday as week 12 in MLS kicked off with some midweek action.

The Philadelphia Union continued to cruise as Fafa Picault and Chris Pontius led the hosts to a 2-0 win over the Houston Dynamo. (READ)

Nemanja Nikolic continued his hot streak as his brace plus David Accam's goal gave the Chicago Fire a 3-0 win over the Colorado Rapids.

Rapids end losing streak in big win over Quakes

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The Colorado Rapids ended their five-match losing streak on Saturdaym and they did so in a big way.

The Rapids picked up a much-needed win on Saturday, defeating the San Jose Earthquakes, 3-0, at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. The win marks the first for the Rapids since they defeated the New England Revolution in their season opener back on March 4.

SBI Question of the Day: Which MLS newcomer is off to the best start?

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We are more than a quarter of the way through the 2017 MLS season. As always, there are some surprise teams and standout players, many of whom are new to the league this year.

Atlanta United and Minnesota United have provided the league with some extra attacking quality.

MLS Week 10: The SBI Breakdown

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Week 10 was one of those odd weeks in Major League Soccer where almost every victorious team recorded a clean sheet. New York City FC was the only winner to concede a goal over the weekend, while Toronto FC gave up one tally on Wednesday night. Other than that, all the losers were shutout, although there was one draw on Saturday night between the LA Galaxy and Chicago Fire.

Earthquakes Notes: Building on road results, Cato impresses at right back, and more

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The San Jose Earthquakes concluded their three-game road stretch with avictory over Minnesota United, the team's first road win since August, and first victory after a six-match winless slide..

On Saturday, the Quakes will be back at Avaya Stadium to facethe Portland Timbers, and though facing one of the league's top teams is a daunting task, the Earthquakes' recent results have the team feeling confident.

MLS Ticker: Mancosu out 6-8 weeks, Asad suspended, and more

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Montreal Impact will be thin at forward for the next two months after losingstriker Matteo Mancosu to what has been diagnosed as a muscle tear in his thigh. He will be sidelined for between 6-8 weeks.

Mancosu, in his second season with Montreal, was substituted off the field in Saturday's loss to Vancouver after suffering an apparent thighinjury justfive minutes into the match.

Report: MLS in talks with Real Sociedad over Vela

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One of the highest profile players from North America has once again been linked with Major League Soccer.

ESPN reported on Tuesday that the league is in talks with Real Sociedad over the 28-year-old Mexican international.

Vela was last linked with a move to MLS in 2016, with the San Jose Earthquakes, Colorado Rapids and Chicago Fire reportedly in line for his services back then.

Jungwirth's scrappy goal sends Quakes past Minnesota

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Winning on the road in MLS doesn't have to be pretty. The San Jose Earthquakes were the latest to prove that on Saturday in their 1-0 win over Minnesota United at TCF Bank Stadium.

Florian Jungwirth's scrappy goal from close range and a little bit of luck throughout the second half propelled the Quakes to their first road triumph of 2017.

LA Galaxy

Mal Pugh injured, 2017 US Open Cup draw, and more: Freedom Kicks for 6/16/2017

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Also, a warning to prepare yourself for the rapidly approaching battle with the robots

Fighting off sleep to put this together, so this will be a short one.

2017 US Open Cup draw pairs D.C. United with the New England Revolution | Black and Red United
Mostly linking this over again so I can go on record with my hunches on who gets through:

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Galaxy dismantle Earthquakes in Cali Clasico

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It took a Giovani Dos Santos show to finally bring the San Jose Earthquakes' unbeaten home streak to an end.

The Mexican's brace helped propel the Los Angeles Galaxy to a thrilling 4-2 victory over the Earthquakes at a hostile Avaya Stadium in this season's first Cali Clasico.

Dos Santos' first goal of the night came from the spot in the 35th minute after teammate Bradley Diallo drew contact inside the box.

Portland Timbers

Seattle Sounders travel to face San Jose in the US Open Cup round of 16

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Seattle will host quarterfinals at Starfire if they advance.

The San Jose Earthquakes will host the Seattle Sounders in the next round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, the round of 16. US Soccer broadcast their draft Thursday for the upcoming games, which will be held on June 28 at Avaya Stadium.

Portland Timbers vs. FC Dallas Match Preview

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The Portland Timbers are at home for the second week in a row for tomorrow's clash against Western Conference powerhouse FC Dallas, but both sides have been hit by international call ups, making Saturday's match up will be a test of depth as the Timbers look to move up the ladder.

The Timbers will be without two key pieces of their midfield this weekend, Darlington Nagbe and David Guzman, as well as full back Alvas Powell on the back line.

Timber Cruise: Portland Timbers 2, San Jose Earthquakes 0

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Breaking out of a slump isn't easy.

Just ask Fanendo Adi, who on Friday night completed his metamorphosis from poor form to being downright snakebit.

But for the Portland Timbers as a team their comprehensive victory over the San Jose Earthquakes could very well serve the purpose of breaking the team out of its late-spring funk.

Portland Timbers Bounce Back with 2-0 Win Over Shorthanded San Jose Earthquakes

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The Portland Timbers returned home to Providence Park in style tonight, beating a ten man San Jose Earthquakes side 2-0 thanks to a Diego Valeri brace.

The Timbers poured it on in the early going and that pressure was telling as the Earthquakes looked to mix it up and disrupt the home side, only to find themselves pinned back and without opportunities to break down the pitch.

How to Watch MLS in Week 14, TV and Streaming Listings

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Check out our Three Big Storylines, National TV and Streaming Listings and From a Sounders Point of View.

Three Big Storylines:
  1. Let's party like its 2016, because Friday Night MLS on UniMas is back! At least for this week as the Portland Timbers will be hosting the San Jose Earthquakes.

Soccer Made in Portland: 2017 Episode 17

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Chris and Jamie are back to recap the Portland Timbers' 3-0 drubbing at the hands of the San Jose Earthquakes, to discuss whether the Timbers properly handled the revelation that they are seeking a temporary ticket-tax waiver on the seats in the proposed expansion of Providence Park, and to hem-and-haw about whether fans should be more encouraged or discouraged by the Portland Thorns' 2-2 draw with the Seattle Reign.

Timber Mini-Cruise: San Jose Earthquakes 3, Portland Timbers 0

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Well, the Timbers have their first true faceplant of 2017.

On Saturday in San Jose, the Timbers were tactically confused, flat-footed, and ultimately fatally shorthanded as the Earthquakes handed the Timbers their worst loss of the season.

Bad losses happen, especially on the road, and especially especially when a team is playing without two of its most important players.

Pair of goals from Wondo helps Quakes past Timbers

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The San Jose Earthquakes carried the momentum from their road win over Minnesota United a week ago into Saturday night to down the Portland Timbers 3-0.

The win extends San Jose's unbeaten home streak to five matches (3-0-2). Portland's recent struggles continue as it has now won just one of its last four.

Portland Timbers at San Jose Earthquakes: How to Watch, Preview, Match Chat [7:30]

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The Portland Timbers have headed south to take on the San Jose Earthquakes in a match that could see the Timbers regain their spot on top of the Western Conference with a win, or give up ground to the pack with a loss. Either way, the Timbers will need to overcome a solid ‘Quakes defense that has allowed only a handful of goals so far this year.

Portland Timbers at San Jose Earthquakes Match Preview

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The Portland Timbers are on the road again this weekend, following up their hard-won road point against FC Dallas with a visit to the Bay Area to take on the San Jose Earthquakes.

The 'Quakes are undefeated at home so far this season, posting a 2-0-2 record at Avaya Stadium — home of the world's largest outdoor bar — that has planted them firmly in the playoff picture to start the season.

FC Dallas

Rose City Forecast 15: PTFC vs FC Dallas

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We've now reached week 15 of the MLS season, and so welcome to the fifteenth forecast. Last week, the Timbers managed to end their winless streak with a 2-0 win against the visiting San Jose Earthquakes. Despite San Jose going down a man in the 37th minute after Darwin Ceren received two yellows in less than two minutes, the Timbers would not capitalize until after halftime when Valeri got on the end of a ball from Zarek Valentin.

Earthquakes' late magic puts an end to FC Dallas' unbeaten streak

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After 10 matches, FC Dallas is unbeaten no more. The San Jose Earthquakes1-0 victory at Toyota Stadium marked Dallas' first home defeat since September of last year.

After a game of exchanged blows, the Earthquakes persistence finally paid off in the 81st minute.

Toronto FC

Musket Rounds: Predicting the U.S. lineup vs. Trinidad & Tobago, plus more daily links

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Eight stories worth reading from the week in soccer.

These eight stories will keep you up to date on the latest soccer news. Read about the United States' World Cup qualifier with Trinidad and Tobago, the San Jose Earthquakes' mystery signing and more.

Revolution News

Does Rowe deserve a spot on the U.

The Peel Episode 28: The Formation’s the Thing

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The guys break down the change of formation among other Dynamo talk

This week's Peel! After a solid(ish) home win against the San Jose Earthquakes the guys break down the match and set us for the next big road test versus Toronto FC.

Joining the guys as always is Carson from "The Bull and It's Horns" for the "Down in the Valley" report.

The Rest

Ureña, Hoesen propel Earthquakes to victory over RSL

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The San Jose Earthquakes' winter signings came to the rescue on Saturday night, earning the home side a 2-1 victory over Real Salt Lake at Avaya Stadium.

Danny Hoesen and Marco Urena scored a goal each to power the Quakes to their fourth home victory of the campaign.

The first major chance of the night came from Urena, who broke through into the final third in the 13th minute.

Philadelphia Union U14s to face Seattle Sounders, San Jose Earthquakes and Crossfire Premier in showcase

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Games in Indiana kick off on Tuesday

The Philadelphia Union Academy U14 team will take on a pair of MLS academies and a third opponent from the west coast in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy U14 Showcase this week in Indiana.

The U14s kick off the three-game set on Tuesday against Seattle Sounders at 4 p.

Wondolowski rescues point for Earthquakes against Orlando

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SAN JOSE Like many games at Avaya Stadium this season, thedying minutes called for a San Jose Earthquakes' game-changing goal.

Chris Wondolowski tallied his fifth goal of the season on Wednesday night as the Earthquakes salvaged a point witha 1-1 draw against Orlando City at Avaya Stadium.

Some Soccer News for Apr 25, 2017

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It's Day 115 of 2017.


MINNESOTA UNITED

A big chance coming up next Saturday for Minnesota to grab a WIN! San Jose Earthquakes current form:
  • Won first 2 games of the season (both at home)
  • Have not won since (6 games)
  • 3 losses and 1 tie on the road
  • The road tie was 0-0 at New England
  • Only scored 4 goals in those 6 winless games
  • Have scored 0 goals in last 2 games
  • Played 4 road games and scored 2 goals

Minn opens up an international spot on the roster:
This week, #MNUFC midfielder Ibson has acquired his green card.