We asked Daryl Grove and Taylor Rockwell, hosts of the excellent Total Soccer Show podcast, to preview the MLS Cup final between Seattle and Toronto. Here are some tacticky things they expect to see.
Blaming a nation's improving domestic league for failures at the international level is fundamentally flawed.
Some supporters in Columbus wonder if their team deliberately slowed their entrance to the stadium in order to build its case for moving to a new city, but team says the gates were open early.
Columbus Crew owner Anthony Precourt shares his plan to help them through the trying time he has instigated.
Two Seattle Sounders fans were ejected from a match after displaying a banner that read: “Anti-fascist, anti-racist, always Seattle.”
When Kaka cries, the world cries too.
Let Anthony Precourt go, Columbus. You're better off without him.
While its players remain noticeably absent from the growing movement of athlete protests, MLS takes a muddled position on the matter.
A sampling of the unmatched luxury at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The devastation of Hurricane Harvey brings up questions of what sports teams that have benefited from public funding should do to return the favor to a community in need.