MLS Cup Final Breakdown: Jordan Morris And Gyasi Zardes Among The Finalists For US Soccer Male Player Of The Year

Following a quiet Eastern final meetup on Sunday, in which the Columbus Crew would shutout the New England Revolution one-nil. We would get an engrossing Western final the following night. After goals from Emanuel Reynoso and Bakaye Dibassy in the 29th and 67th minutes respectively. Minnesota United looked to be in a solid position to come out of the West. However, as we have seen with the Seattle Sounders, when down, they can be at their most dangerous. Consider that they have managed to qualify for the MLS Cup Final four out of the last five seasons.

With Carlos Vela Out, What’s Next for LAFC?

Nicolette Rojo examines what’s next for LAFC after Carlos Vela opted out of the MLS resumption.

Carlos Vela Won’t Join LAFC for Tournament

LAFC striker and captain Carlos Vela announced that he will not be participating in the MLS is Back tournament.

Goldstein: Fans Will Have Surplus of Options on TV When Sports Return

Eric Goldstein explains how sports fans will be bombarded with a surplus of viewing options near the end of the summer.

MLS Avoids Lockout by Agreeing to New CBA

The MLS is the second American sports league to formally agree on a return-to-play format.

MLS Could Become a Titan of US Sports

The United States has been a notoriously tough market to crack for the biggest sport in the world.

Four Major Sports Declare Restrictions Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak

Four of the world’s biggest sports leagues have announced massive restrictions regarding access to players amidst the coronavirus outbreak.

Is Carlos Vela the Favorite to Win MLS MVP Again?

Marc Magana looks at whether or not Carlos Vela is the favorite to win MLS MVP again.

This Week in Sports History: Feb. 2 to 8

Joe Heller examines this upcoming week in sports history.

McIntyre: Matt Turner Deserves a Start Tuesday for USMNT

Cullen McIntyre makes the case for Matt Turner to start in net for the New England Revolution.