With most of the US roster for the first qualifier of the Hex flying in from overseas after the disappointing draw with Canada, a win would be wonderful, but getting a point should be seen as a victory.
PSP talks to two of Bearfight Brigade’s founders, Jeremy Sharpe and Justin Lee. The name may come from a drinking game but they’re as serious about creating unity among supporters and engaging in charitable efforts as they are about having a good time.
Union cut three trialists and three Supplemental draft picks. Who cares if Adu hookahs? USA in Honduras news. Report says Liverpool CL game was fixed. FIFA wants offside rule clarified. More news.
The ASL in the 1920s has been called the “golden age” of American soccer. Some older fans argue that the NASL was “better” than MLS. Steve Holroyd looks at what the numbers say.
The Union are headed to Orlando. Adu to TFC rumor. USMNT roster for Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier released. Investigation reveals massive match fixing scandal involving 425 people and 680 games. More news.
100 years ago this week, the best of Philadelphia’s American League faced the best of the professional Pennsylvania League in an exhibition game. Meanwhile, Bethlehem continued its domination of the Allied American league.
Le Toux on where he sees himself in the Union formation. Lots of players in camp equals lots of GKs. Has MLS arrived as a feeder league? More on USA v Canada. Match-fixing in Canada.