Struggles for Philadelphia's offense, a possible false dawn for the Galaxy, and C.J. Sapong's continued growth were talking points for MLS in Week 6, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
As the dust settles on the U.S.'s failure to qualify for London, we look at five Americans who've improved their prospects and five who didn't.
An easy win in Olympic qualifying, but a result worth keeping in context considering the caliber of opponent, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
Where domestic talent is faltering and how it can get better
We take a look at the early favorites, underdogs and long shots of Euro 2012.
Houston's post-season experience proved too much for Sporting Kansas City in the Eastern Conference final, which the Dynamo won 2-0.
Yes, David Beckham and the best of MLS got beat 4-0 by Manchester United in the All-Star Game, but don't read too much into the result.
This is what most people wanted to see -- a Gold Cup final between Mexico and the U.S., the two giants of CONCACAF that have little love for each other.
Barcelona's quality was too much for Real Madrid to overcome in the Champions League semifinals. We look back at the five most memorable moments of this four-match series.
So much for being the underdog. Schalke played like a team with nothing to lose, but ended up crushing Inter 5-2 in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
Andy Najar, D.C. United's much-heralded 2010 MLS Rookie of the Year, has yet to decide between representing his native Honduras and the United States at the international level, contrary to reports.
It's been four years since David Beckham arrived in MLS. How much of a difference has he made?
While the English Premier League gets most of the attention, Germany's Bundesliga is quickly become the world's most exciting -- and profitable -- league in the world, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
You think you know everything about MLS? Here's some stats -- courtesy of Match Analysis -- that may have you looking at the league in a much different way, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
Michael Bradley is the U.S.'s best young player whom the team can build around for years to come.
Argentina will be in prime form for the next World Cup, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.