By Jeremiah Paschke-Wood As someone who is more or less a neutral when it comes to MLS teams – I vowed to support whatever team is closest to wherever my job is located after graduation, I’m always amused by MLS offseason transactions. Sure, there are always a bunch of Colombians signed, and the odd designated … Continue reading Wait, you signed who?
1 – 1. Sporting Kansas City (5-0-0 – 15 pts, 8 gf, 1 ga). This week: Beat LA Galaxy 1-0. Kansas City escapes from their match with the Galaxy unscathed. Next up is Real Salt Lake, who at least based on form, look like their principal challenger so far. Up next: Real Salt Lake on … Continue reading MLS rankings: April 10
By Jeremiah Paschke-Wood*Games to watch ^Games not to watch All times Pacific, as usual Saturday New England (3-5-4 at home) v New York (1-8-4 away). (4:30 p.m.) New York somehow contrived to draw at home with Chicago in a match they might even have been lucky to draw. New England continues to be terrible, getting … Continue reading MLS weekend preview: August 20-21
By Jeremiah Paschke-WoodSimon Dawkins Team: San Jose Earthquakes (On loan from Tottenham Hotspur) Position: Midfielder/forward Height: 5-foot-10 Weight: 160 Age: 24 College: None More: On loan to the Earthquakes from Tottenham until November … has played for Spurs since 2004 … made 11 appearances for English League One side Leyton Orient in 2008-09 … Has … Continue reading 10 Questions with Simon Dawkins
So in two separate trades, DC United acquired Dwayne DeRosario from the New York Red Bulls and Brandon McDonald from the Earthquakes. The Red Bulls picked up Dax McCarty from United. I believe the McDonald trade was done for picks and/or allocation money. I think it’s likely that United are starting to think they might … Continue reading DC United adds De Rosario, McDonald