It's gonna be short tonight. I think most of us have our heads somewhere else right now. And no, the lackluster title isn't an accident.
Captain America isn't done yet: After netting two goals in the MLS playoffs, Clint Dempsey (the second-leading scorer in United States history) believes he'll be playing for his country again soon.
Having started their offseason two weeks ago, Toronto have already started work on repairing their first-ever playoff team. Two names being brandied about are Roma's Daniele De Rossi and Juventus' Andrea Barzagli.
FC Dallas won yesterday, but they are still saddled with their status as the Worst Outdoor City in America. That might explain all the empty seats to be found at Pizza Hut Park.
Despite the ongoing arena issues which threaten to sink the entire project, Tim Leiweke thinks Miami Beckham United can be a top-caliber club.
John Harkes will be manning USL sidelines next year as FC Cincinnati begins their inaugural season of professional soccer.
Neymar has the touch and the power. Evidently, Messi's services are no longer required.
The number of non-white English footballers continues to drag far behind the actual census numbers for the country, particularly among their largest minority population.