When Seattle meets Vancouver this weekend, the normal intrigue of a Cascadia match will undoubtedly be ratcheted up as the Sounders face off against Fredy Montero.
FourFourTwo points to Joevin Jones as an example of how evolving MLS tactics have added more complexity to managing the salary cap.
This interview with Atlanta's Kenwyne Jones has an odd focus on hair styling, but also gets the player's opinion on Promotion and Relegation in the US.
Didier Drogba is soon to be back playing in North America, but it won't be for MLS. He has signed as an owner/player for Phoneix Rising of the USL.
Speaking of the USL, the league has announced a major new television deal that will have matches airing in 17 markets across the US.
It will still be a couple of months before MLS joins the fray, but the early rounds of US Open Cup match-ups have been announced.
The last time that the US hosted a World Cup, we ended up forming MLS. Will the newly announced joint bid cause any big changes for US Soccer?
Germany has arrested one individual with reported ties to Islamic extremism as a suspect in the bombing of Dortmund's bus.
The coach and team were far from happy to how the events were handled by UEFA. Particularly that it seemed that there was no real discussion of the match rescheduling and that the trauma of the event was seemingly ignored by the association.
The Monaco crowd showed respect for Dortmund in multiple ways after the attack, including by chanting the name of the opposing side in the stadium.