Colorado Rapids, Jermaine Jones

Record Breaking Soccer Games

With the World Cup 2018 in Russia on the horizon, soccer fever is just about to kick in. The previous World Cup in Brazil saw many opportunistic people cash in on their tickets to make a handsome profit, so if it’s anything to go by, the tournament in Russia could quite easily break records. We […]

Colorado Rapids

Colorado Rapids put all the doubters to bed

Versatility is a big thing in just about any walk of life, soccer included. In fact, Portland Timbers manager Caleb Porter blames some of his poor years at Portland on his insistence on doing things one way – his way. When the Timbers faced a team that did not allow them to control possession and […]

Marcelo Sarvas, DC United

DC United: Marcelo Sarvas taking on unsung hero role

DC United built themselves a pretty clear reputation last year as a team that knew how to hunker down and make your life difficult. They would grind out a 0-0 draw and be perfectly happy with it as the opposing team sauntered away in frustration. It was kind of their thing. They scored the second […]

Chris Rolfe, DC United

DC United need to figure out what Chris Rolfe is

DC United have had a very polarizing season. In their first four matches, they scored just two goals, as the formation continued to flip and flop and turn on it’s own head. It has been like a high school chemistry experiment where all sorts of things are being thrown into a test tube and nobody […]

Ricardo Clark, Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo defense starts with Alex, Ricardo Clark

The Houston Dynamo have given five very inconclusive final scores thus far in to the year. A 3-3, last minute draw against New England, a 5-0 stomping of FC Dallas, a thrilling 4-3 loss to the New York Red Bulls, a 1-0 loss to Vancouver on a cheap penalty and a 1-1 draw with bottom-feeding […]