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MLS Week 12 Must-Watch Games

Josh Elias | May 18th, 2019

The season is Los Angeles FC’s to lose at this point, with the other top teams consistently dropping points as soon as they gain any serious momentum. FC Cincinnati finally won a game after going without a goal for five games. Philadelphia and D.C. United are battling for the top spot in the Eastern Conference, and the league as a whole is seeing lots of excitement this year. What’s coming up next?
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Europa League Final: Previewing Positional Advantages Heading into the Cup Tie

Richard Benites| May 18th, 2019

First organized by UEFA back in 1971, the Europa League is a club competition for European teams based off performance in their respective leagues. Although the tournament occurs simultaneously with the Champions League, many of Europe’s top flight clubs participate regardless.

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MLS Week 11 Must-Watch Games

Josh Elias | May 11th, 2019

After last week saw the Houston Dynamo catapult themselves to the top of the league on points per game with a big win over their in-state rivals, FC Dallas, and the LA Galaxy lost two straight to put an end to their great start to the season, this is the action you’ll want to keep an eye on this weekend. Continue reading

FC Cincinnati Fires Alan Koch

Josh Elias | May 8th, 2019

Just about a month and a half ago, there was a real sense of optimism surrounding the expansion FC Cincinnati team. Extremely cautious optimism, yes, but optimism nonetheless. Fast forward to today, and The Athletic‘s Kristian Dyer reported this morning that Head Coach Alan Koch has been fired after a 2-7-2 start to the season. Continue reading

MLS Recap: Houston Dynamo vs. FC Dallas

Josh Elias | May 5th, 2019

Before this weekend’s games began, I pinpointed three specific matches as must-watch action in the MLS this weekend, and the very first game I mentioned was the Texas Derby between the Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas. Let’s just say they didn’t let me down. Continue reading

What Each Team Must Do to Reach the Champions League Final

Nick Lynch | May 5th, 2019

Back in September, the UEFA Champion’s league started with 32 of Europe’s best teams. Now in May, only four teams remain: from the English Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, who take on Dutch club Ajax. On the opposite side, you have Spanish giants FC Barcelona who are pitted against last year’s runner up in the competition, Liverpool, who also hail from England. Let’s take a look at what each of the four remaining teams must do to have the opportunity the hoist the most coveted trophy in all of club football. Continue reading