While many eyes will be watching the final weeks of the EPL, Sporting KC has earned its share of attention with a perfect start and a perfect stadium, writes Mark Young.
The technology exists to correct many soccer wrongs, writes Mark Young. It's time officials start using it.
Wesley Sneijder should leave Inter for Old Trafford, writes Mark Young.
Roberto Di Matteo has done an exceptional job handling the big egos at Chelsea since taking over as caretaker manager, writes Mark Young.
Robin van Persie is the EPL's best player, Mark Young writes, but Arsenal need to improve if they wish to keep him at the Emirates.
Mark Young believes that the Norwich City manager would be a fine replacement for Harry Redknapp at Spurs.
Tim Ream and Zak Whitbread, among others, demonstrate that there is hope for Jurgen Klinsmann's back line, writes Mark Young.
Brad Guzan's solid play between the nets at Aston Villa is good news for the U.S. national team.
What makes the EPL the most exciting league in the world? The biggest factor is the fear of relegation -- from both the division and the Champions League places, writes Mark Young.
The L.A. Galaxy should deal for Didier Drogba, writes Mark Young.
Mark Young recounts his first memories of Boxing Day in England.
While a controversial penalty led to Manchester United dropping points against Newcastle, it was a number of missed chances that should be worrisome for manager Alex Ferguson, writes Mark Young.
Former great Giorgio Chinaglia shares his thoughts on Swansea City's success in the English Premier League, writes Mark Young.
Football should stop handing out yellow cards for goal celebrations. It's a ridiculous overreaction, writes Mark Young.
Rafael Marquez, Frank Lampard and Carlos Tevez clearly believe that there's a "me" in team, writes Mark Young.
Many people are already saying that either United or City will win the Premier League title, but both teams will have to get through some tough matches in September to maintain their momentum.