A SI report said the league wants to expand the playoff field to 12 teams. Earl Reed looks at the pros and cons of such a move.
Earl Reed explains there are plenty of compelling storylines ahead of the start of the MLS conference finals.
The last thing a Union fan wants to hear about right now is the MLS Cup Playoffs, but for Don Garber and Major League Soccer, they’re coming at just the right time.
This was supposed to be the year the Union proved they could contend for the MLS Cup. Instead, the team will need a miracle to reach the playoffs. Earl Reed explores.
Earl Reed considers the new MLS logo.
Earl Reed looks at how MLS can rise above the problems other major US sport leagues are facing.
Earl Reed opines that MLS needs to organize to shift the consuming habits of the next generation of sports fan.
As the Union’s search for a permanent head coach continues, is the team’s performance under interim manager Jim Curtin making the decision for the Front Office? Earl Reed explores.
MLS says they will never participate in promotion and relegation. Earl Reed looks at how this admission might alienate fans who might give the league another chance.
The Union have drafted two goalkeepers with top five picks in the last four SuperDrafts and now reportedly are poised to buy one. Earl Reed considers.