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.
USMNT / World Cup
The US national team drew the ultimate Group of Death in the World Cup. Some say it’s the toughest group ever in a World Cup. PSP’s Jeremy Lane examines the group and notes it just might be possible for the US to make it out of this group.
PSP’s Adam Cann and Eli Pearlman-Storch discuss what they expect to see in Saturday’s MLS Cup final.
MLS / USMNT
Earl Reed explores how the MLS presence on the USMNT is a key part of why 2014 could be one of the most interesting years in US Soccer history.
MLS has a TV ratings problem. Earl Reed looks at the just released 2014 TV schedule and sees positive change, though challenges remain.
Could MLS move to a three-conference setup now that Orlando’s 2015 entry will put the league at 21 teams? Earl Gardner thinks so, and he lays out how.
Poor wide play and one smooth move from Austria put a damper on an otherwise stellar year for the US Men’s National Team as they fell 1-0 to Austria in Vienna.
After an underwhelming performance from Friday’s starters against Scotland, will some of the subs who impressed get the opportunity to show more of what they have?