Leander Schaerlaeckens writes Sporting Kansas City is a legit MLS Cup contender, plus about the unlikely success of Titi and Kenny, the late-game stumbles of the Portland Timbers and the CCL hangover that defined Week 5 in MLS.
From the Red Bull running wild to the Philadelphia Union spinning its wheels, there was plenty to talk about during Week 4 of the MLS season, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
Here are five things we learned from Major League Soccer's 2012 opening weekend, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
Now that the Beckham-Donovan combination has finally led the Galaxy to an MLS title, what will be the most compelling stories of 2012?
Leander Schaerlaeckens imparts some lessons from the first legs of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals involving MLS teams.
Change is nothing new during the MLS offseason, but these five teams made changes better than the others, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
David Beckham is set to stay with the Galaxy after turning down a chance to join Paris Saint-Germain, but should L.A. shell out the big bucks again?
Sunday's title tilt between the star-studded Galaxy and the scrappy Dynamo will produce the league's second three-time champion of MLS Cup.
Los Angeles Galaxy star and former England captain David Beckham strongly condemned FIFA president Sepp Blatter's comments downplaying racism in soccer at a news conference Thursday.
We review the highs and lows of the MLS campaign with a unique offering of postseason awards.
The rescheduled clash between the Galaxy and Red Bulls should be a memorable game for one team to confirm glory and another to stave off disaster, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
David Beckham might want to stay, but should MLS want him to?
It's been four years since David Beckham arrived in MLS. How much of a difference has he made?
Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba, Samuel Eto'o and Steven Pienaar: Four players who must carry their teams.
While the Galaxy were deserving 1-0 MLS Cup winners, things may have been different had star midfielder Brad Davis been available to play for the Dynamo, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.