New Vancouver Whitecaps manager Martin Rennie is reportedly getting ready to make his first signing and it looks to be an international player who plied his trade in the English Premier League.
Chicago Fire head coach Frank Klopas on Tuesday threw water on rumors connecting midfielder Marco Pappa with Dutch club FC Twente, telling MLSsoccer.com that neither the Fire nor the league have spoken to last year’s Eredivisie runners-up about the Guatemalan attacker.
Multiple outlets reported last week that Twente is interested in signing Pappa, who is under contract with the Fire through the end of 2012.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The "White Puma" will be back between the pipes in Kansas City for at least two more years.
Manager Peter Vermes announced on Monday that Sporting had agreed to a contract extension with goalkeeper Jimmy Nielsen that will keep the Dane in Kansas City until the end of 2013, with a club option available for 2014.
After switching continents in search of more playing time, Issey Nakajima-Farran couldn’t have chosen a better landing spot.
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This was one phone call Bruce Arena didn’t mind getting out of bed for.
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, halfway across the world in Indonesia, the LA Galaxy head coach took a congratulatory call from Washington, with President Barack Obama offering his congratulations for the Galaxy’s recent MLS Cup triumph.
No matter the continent, one thing is sure this year: The Galaxy will win 1-0.
A 14th-minute goal from Robbie Keane led the Galaxy past the Indonesian National Selection in the MLS side's first exhibition match of their Asia Pacific Tour.
The matchwinner came when Mike Magee floated down the left side and curled a tantalizing cross. No one could connect cleanly with the initial ball, but LA striker Adam Cristman got to the loose ball first and laid it off to Keane, who bent it calmly into the side netting.
For Rob Vartughian, the only thing better than joining the US U-23 coaching staff for their recent camp in Germany was getting the opportunity to do so with three Philadelphia Union players.
Vartughian, an assistant coach with the Union, made the trip with midfielder Amobi Okugo, forward Jack McInerney and defender Sheanon Williams for what was the team’s first training session in preparation for the 2012 Olympics.
MONTREAL – Donovan Ricketts' arrival in Montreal is a big deal, if you ask Impact goalkeeper coach Preston Burpo.
Following the trade that brought Ricketts to Quebec in exchange for allocation money on Monday, Burpo gave his impressions on the latest player to join Montreal, as well as the busy days he’s been having over at Saputo Stadium.
AMSTERDAM — Robbie Findley was removed after a quiet half of play as Nottingham Forest suffered their worst home defeat in nearly 15 years on Tuesday night, falling 4-0 to Leeds United.
The US international had a prime chance to tie the game at one near the break, but put his shot over.
The loss was Forest's most severe at City Ground since an identical 4-0 raid by EPL opponents Manchester United on Boxing Day of 1996. Having now dropped two straight and four of six, the Reds slipped to 20th place.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – How many goals Andrés Mendoza scored weren’t as important as how he played and acted, and as a result, the Peruvian Designated Player is no longer with the Crew.
Mendoza, who finished near the top of MLS with 13 goals in 2011, as well as MLS all-time goal leader Jeff Cunningham were among those players who didn’t have their options picked up by the Crew on Tuesday.