Dominic Oduro, Montreal Impact

Montreal Impact’s late revival lost in translation

Easily the most exciting game from a neutral standpoint this past weekend was the epic shootout between the Columbus Crew and the Montreal Impact. Columbus established a 4-1 lead over the top team in the East just into the second half and the game looked to be set. Not only that, but we saw a […]

Sporting Kansas City, Nuno Coelho

Sporting Kansas City’s Nuno Coelho experiment failed

Sporting Kansas City needed to switch things up after having gone four games without a win. Welcoming the LA Galaxy, who had scored nine goals in their past two games, into Children’s Mercy Park was going to be no easy feat. The change that Peter Vermes made was a defensive one. Nuno Coelho, who had […]

Vancouver Whitecaps, Masato Kudo

Vancouver Whitecaps’ Masato Kudo experiment prematurely failing

“Masato has a very good goal scoring record and we are always looking at adding to the group. He has a natural ability to find space in the box, which generates goal scoring opportunities. He is technically good with both feet and, as always required, he is a hard working player.” That is what Carl Robinson […]

Montreal Impact

Montreal Impact rule the statistical world

You could be forgiven for thinking that all the best teams are in the Western Conference. Just look at the standings and the point totals. If MLS was all one table, the best team in the East would be in fourth place. However, that best team in the East, the Montreal Impact, is deceptively solid […]

New England Revolution, Lee Nguyen

New England Revolution: Lee Nguyen giving cause for concern

We’re just six games into the season. So it’s not like any team or any player is completely eliminating themselves from relevance this early. But it is prime time to pick up on signs that something might be wrong and no one is providing more clear-cut signs of problems than Lee Nguyen. The Texas native has […]