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  1. ESPNFC

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    ESPNFC is your one stop for comprehensive coverage on all tournaments in all countries around the world. Includes the latest news, stats on teams and players, historical info and much more.

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  2. MLS's requirements for expansion clubs evolving with each additio...

    Jeff Carlisle

    Only in MLS does an expansion announcement like Wednesday's event in Atlanta invite so much scrutiny from outside the locale in question. The stream of inquiries from fans around the league seems never-ending, which is understandable given soccer...

    Blog | April 18, 2014
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  4. MLS W2W4: Donovan's form, Portland's struggles and Dempsey's on f...

    ESPN Staff

    A selection of intriguing storylines to watch this weekend: Can Donovan get back into form? Jurgen Klinsmann has made it clear more than once: If Landon Donovan isn't at his best when the World Cup rolls around this June, he won't be on the f...

    Blog | April 18, 2014
  5. Dempsey's MVP form, Revs on the rise and debutants shine

    Jason Davis

    There's no time to dally because Clint Dempsey might score again before we get through the major happenings in Week 6 of the 2014 MLS season, and that just won't do. Dempsey doubles down It's cliche to paraphrase Mark Twain in regards to the de...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  6. Evaluating MLS salaries isn't as easy as it appears

    Jason Davis

    A couple of times a year, the American soccer community goes through a very odd exercise involving numbers that claim to represent the salaries of every player in MLS, as distributed via a handy PDF by the union that represents those players. What...

    Blog | April 14, 2014
  7. MLS W2W4: McInerney's Montreal debut, Wondo peaking, Torres' futu...

    ESPN staff

    A selection of intriguing storylines to watch this weekend: McInerney's Montreal bow Jack McInerney's first game for the Montreal Impact since being traded from the Philadelphia Union will definitely be worth watching and for a few reasons. ...

    Blog | April 11, 2014
  8. Goncalves trying to move past New England Revs contract controver...

    Jeff Carlisle

    Jose Goncalves' soccer career has been all about adaptation. The New England Revolution defender has played in five countries during a professional career that has lasted more than a decade, and he speaks six languages. In 2013, Goncalves' acclim...

    Blog | April 11, 2014
  9. Cascadia chaos, understudies step up, pivotal red cards

    Jason Davis

    The opening game of the MLS weekend set an impossible standard for the rest of the schedule but it didn't mean there wasn't entertainment to come. Great goals and big performances, even in the absence of a host of stars, trickled out from across the ...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  10. MLS W2W4: McInerney trade, MLS Cup rematch, Clint's return

    ESPN Staff

    A selection of intriguing storylines to watch this weekend: Promising McInerney traded to Montreal, can he have an Impact (pun intended)? Marco Di Vaio, the Montreal Impact's All-Star striker, is finally getting the help he needs. That's the im...

    Blog | April 04, 2014
  11. FC Dallas and Columbus Crew top MLS, TFC stunned, Rapids PK luck

    Jason Davis

    There were several ongoing themes in Week 4 of MLS. Penalties, red cards and late goals ruled the full slate of nine games, most of which entertained or told us something about the early form of teams across what is shaping up to be a very compet...

    Blog | April 01, 2014
  12. MLS W2W4: KC on the rebound, Dallas' latest test, Portland's stru...

    ESPN Staff

    A selection of intriguing storylines to watch this weekend: Sporting KC hopes to get on track Is this the week that defending MLS Cup titlist Sporting Kansas City finally shakes off its post-championship hangover? In Colorado on Saturday, S...

    Blog | March 28, 2014
  13. Bradley taking charge, Pareja's FC Dallas on fire, Revs strugglin...

    Jason Davis

    One gets the sense, for no particular reason, that things are settling down a bit in the 2014 MLS season. After three weeks, with every team having played at least twice, clubs are beginning to take on characteristics they'll carry with them through ...

    Blog | March 25, 2014
  14. MLS W2W4: Galaxy rebounding, Toronto FC, EJ and are the Crew legi...

    ESPN Staff

    A selection of intriguing storylines to watch this weekend: Galaxy hope to rebound from Champions League disappointment The best possible way for the L.A. Galaxy to recover from the disappointment of their disturbing collapse against Tijuana in...

    Blog | March 21, 2014
  15. MLS's dismal Champions League display proves there's still work a...

    Jeff Carlisle

    Look around MLS, and it's easy to see signs of progress. The league's profile and level of play continues to rise, due in no small part to the return stateside of U.S. internationals like Clint Dempsey and Michael Bradley. The revenues from its soon-...

    Blog | March 21, 2014
  16. MLS sets itself apart with zero tolerance on diving

    Jason Davis

    The recent fine levied to DC United's Luis Silva for simulation brought back into focus a crusade launched by Major League Soccer in 2011. Back then, the league decided that diving -- or "simulation/embellishment" in the more delicate league parl...

    Blog | March 20, 2014
  17. Living up to the hype, a missing MVP and officiating angst

    Jason Davis

    One more week of games, one more round of data to consider. Who's good? Who's not? The answer, of course, is "who knows?" Although it's in our nature to try to glean wider conclusions from such a small sample size, if Week 2 of the season deli...

    Blog | March 18, 2014
  18. MLS W2W4: N.Y. Red Bulls, Klopas, Referees and Fagundez

    ESPN Staff

    A selection of intriguing storylines to watch this weekend: The New York Red Bulls hope to get back on track: Thierry Henry and Jamison Olave were definitely missed in New York's horror show season opener in Vancouver last week. The Red Bu...

    Blog | March 14, 2014