Brad Evans' success on the USMNT has led to increase scrutiny at times, and increased support at times, from fans across the nation. Evans sat down with Goal.com to talk about his time with the national team and his growth as a player.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber sat down for a live Q&A with journalists and soccer fans on Tuesday. Here is the entire exchange.
In future MLS #(insertfamouseuropeanplayerhere)watch for Twitter, Real Madrid midfielder Xavi Alonso is open to the idea of playing for MLS after his current contract runs out in 2016. He also mentioned returning to his former club Real Sociedad as well, so don't get those hopes too high.
ProSoccerTalk compares the Sounders' kits against the Timbers', because that is something that must be done.
Mike Magee is hitting back at reports that he missed his the Chicago Fire's training camp because of a contract hold out. The 2013 MLS MVP rejoined the squad on Feb. 26 and spoke with the media for the first time on Monday, saying he missed camp because of personal reasons.
MLSSoccer.com sat down for an exclusive interview with Eddie Johnson to talk about how the polarizing forward almost quit soccer.
Now that he is with the LA Galaxy, ex-Sounders defender James Riley has joined an exclusive MLS club. Riley is just the sixth player to play for six different clubs, alongside Ezra Hendrickson, Alejandro Moreno, Nathan Sturgis, Carey Talley and Andy Williams.
The San Antonio Scorpions have the money from ownership and a plan for a nice, new arena, but they will need the support of fans to make the jump into the MLS. The Scorpions played in front of a sellout crowd of 8,000 in a 1-1 tie against FC Dallas.
Poor, poor Stuart Holden. The midfielder suffered another knee injury, and although he walked off the field under his own power, it looks like he might be sidelined for a decent amount of time.
Update. @stuholden will have a scan on right knee before heading to the US for an assessment on the resurfacing of last summer's injury.— Bolton Wanderers FC (@OfficialBWFC) March 4, 2014
Some maniac hacked the Ruffneck Scarves blog page and wrote some stuff about the reasons the U.S. will win the 2014 World Cup.
Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu hopes to return back to Barcelona after his loan is done. The 19-year-old joined Everton last summer and has scored twice in 15 appearances.
The Football League is considering overhauling its loan system and implementing home-grown player quotas in an effort to increase the number of Englishmen playing in the top leagues. Both the Premier League and the FA were notified of the league's proposals, but would need 51 percent of the clubs support to put the plan into action.
Here is a hint for European players -- don't make the 'quenelle' gesture when celebrating your goal. Belgian player Omar Rahou was handed down a 10 game ban by UEFA for using the gesture that has been linked to anti-Semitism.
A member of British Parliment says his comments were misunderstood when he tweeted his discuss at the amount of trash left by Sunderland supporters on Saturday night.
Went to London for dinner. Wish I hadn't. Scumbag football hooligans turn Covent Garden into a disgusting Cesspit pic.twitter.com/rodb7Bfk47— Robert Halfon MP (@halfon4harlowMP) March 1, 2014
The volatile political situation in Ukraine is taking its toll after FC Chornomorets announced that five foreign players have left the club for fear of personal and family safety.
Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies was fined £9,000 and given a five-game ban for verbally abusing a referee in a 2-2 draw with Leicester.
Here is an interesting article discussing how Andrea Pirlo learned how to adapt with his soccer smarts as his body became less able to keep up with his competition.
Struggling to keep up with all of the World Cup kits? Footy Headlines has you covered with an easy to access layout of every single kit from the World Cup.
Five to Watch
There are a whole load of international friendlies on Wednesday, including the U.S. If you have three different screens going at the same time, you'll be able to check out most of the rest of the "group of death" in action as well.
|friendly||9 a.m.||Montenegro vs. Ghana||Sport1 Germany, Sport+|
|friendly||11 a.m.||Ukraine vs. U.S.A.||ESPN2, UniMås, ESPN3, Univision Deportes|
|friendly||11:45 a.m.||Germany vs. Chile||Galavision, ESPN3, WatchESPN|
|friendly||12:45 p.m.||Portugal vs. Cameroon||ESPN3, WatchESPN|
|friendly||1 p.m.||Spain vs. Italy||ESPN Deportes, ESPN2, ESPN3|