Plus Tijuana's shocker in Brazil, more MLS suspensions, and a player retires to become a doctor.
Additionally, MLS is the seventh-best league in the world, Dave Clark's sultry tones hit the airwaves, and a soccer club gets a major surprise when they arrive at the park and find their field paved over.
The Earthquakes Supporters feel the aftershocks of their behavior a week ago. Also, player reactions to the Sounders win, Value of the Supporter's Shield, and new Intra-league loan rules.
The most interesting match of the week is Sounders-Rapids. But when your team is so low in the standings, it is never too early to look around the league.
Bring the world to Miami. That is the plan of one rich individual and Fox Sports 1. Not the clandestine aircraft.
Today in soccer both the Copa Libertadores and UEFA Champions League are taking place. Both could see action by people with Sounders connections as a current Sounder (Montero) and future? one (Saviola) are active.
A year ago one of the larger tragedies in the sport of soccer occurred. Dozens died, more than a 1000 were injured, much less importantly the Egyptian League is still shut down. I'm asking for one simple thing. Remember the 74.
Only 2 Million people watched the UEFA Champions League Final. Why are ratings for club soccer in America lower than other sports?
Women's Pro Soccer may not be failing, but it is in danger. Their sanction is in doubt as there are only five teams in the league for 2012. There is a lawsuit against WPS from a former team owner....
Lionel Messi and his Barcelona won the UEFA Champions League trophy. Not enough Americans watched their brilliant performance