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Garth Lagerway is expected to make a decision today on whether or not they will file an appeal for Brad Evan's rare red card.


Last week, Lamar Neagle tied his career high of nine goals and has been rewarded by being named  MLS player of the week.

Atlanta United has announced that they will play at Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd Stadium to start their first season rather than starting out with a 3-month road trip as they wait for the Mercedes-Benz Stadium to be completed.

Washington DC has officially transferred the land necessary for DC United to move forward with their stadium plans.

New York City FC will also finally be breaking ground. Unfortunately it will only be on a training facility and not a replacement for their baseball field.

Fox Sports has demonstrated a firm grasp of the obvious by pointing out that the frontrunners for the Wooden Spoon, the Chicago Fire, are terrible and in need of changes.

Bruce Arena's most recent complaints about players flying coach seem reasonable, until you look at other ways in which that theoretical money could be spent.

The regular season isn't even over yet, but MLS off-season craziness is already revving up with the "Expansion Priority Draft" on October 16th.


Despite the impact of Hurricane Matthew, the historical friendly between the USA and Cuba is expected to go on as scheduled.

Grant Wahl has republished an article on the last time that the US played in Cuba and a group of 5 supporters that took extreme measures to attend.

Of course the Cuban National Team has played in the USA with some frequency, almost always leaving with fewer players than when they came.


CONCACAF has a potential solution to years of corruption in the scandal, it's time to rebrand!

Swansea City has published their first interview of new head coach, Bob Bradley.