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Real Madrid – Cristiano Ronaldo Might One Day Leave Them for the MLS

Posted on 18 Mar, 2015, by in Soccer

Every time Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo hit some sort of rough patch the rumors about his impending departure start popping up. This time, talking about the MLS might be tagging to the current drama about the star’s feelings towards his own fans, but it’s not something that’s going happen this summer or even the next one. More

Transfer Rumors 2015 – Steven Gerrard Leaving Liverpool for the MLS

Posted on 1 Jan, 2015, by in Soccer

It might be a bit difficult to believe, but Steven Gerrard might actually play for someone other than Liverpool before his football career is over, with more and more rumors suggesting he’s leaving the club for the MLS and to be more specific, the Los Angeles Galaxy. More

Saër Sène Has Horrific Ankle Breaking Injury

Posted on 13 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Luck just doesn’t seem to follow Saër Sène of the New England Revolution, who broke his ankle in their most recent MLS clash against the Montreal Impact, making it a second serious injury for the French striker in less than two years. More

Robbie Keane Wins a Penalty With a Pathetic Dive (Galaxy vs Crew)

Posted on 5 Jul, 2013, by in Soccer

Usually, you expect British & Irish to be a little harder to take down, but diving is an epidemic that touches everyone. Robbie Keane wanted his team, the Los Angeles Galaxy, to win as the match with the Columbus Crew was entering injury time, so he simply dived and actually won a penalty without being fouled. More

Alessandro Nesta Sent Off For Headbutting Claudio Bieler

Posted on 2 Jun, 2013, by in Soccer

Begin experienced doesn’t always mean you make wise decisions, as Alessandro Nesta of the Montreal Impact decided to headbutt Claudio Bieler of Sporting Kansas City after the Argentine forward kicked or stepped on his fingers following a tackle from behind. More

Real Madrid – Iker Casillas Thinking About an MLS Future

Posted on 12 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

After 14 seasons in the spotlight of being the first team keeper for Real Madrid, Iker Casillas might be looking for a bit of peace and quiet in the near future. Already a living legend for Real fans, Spain and for most football fans around the world, taking it easy in the final years of his career, like playing in the MLS, sounds very appealing to the captain for both club & country. More

New York Red Bulls – The Never Ending Quality of Thierry Henry

Posted on 1 Oct, 2012, by in Soccer

Being the best player in the MLS doesn’t mean a lot in bigger, global terms, but for Thierry Henry, 35, with his glory days in the English Premier League and La Liga behind him, it’s still an affirmation of his class and quality, that will never leave him despite the diminishing physical attributes. More

Cristiano Ronaldo – His MLS “Future” and the Ballon d’Or

Posted on 6 Aug, 2012, by in Soccer

Footballers like to please their hosts and interviewers if they ask them the right question, in the right way. When Cristiano Ronaldo has an interview in the United States while Real Madrid get rich off touring over there, of course he’s going to throw a hint or two regarding playing in the MLS, when the time comes. More

From High School Athlete to Pro Ball? Hardly a Chance (Infographic)

Posted on 13 Jan, 2012, by in Featured

Making it, becoming a professional athlete, is probably the dream of every young kid at one point or another during the early days. Millions go on to become High School athletes, but the chances of actually making it from there to the NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB and MLS is ridiculously low. More

David Beckham can Still Bend it

Posted on 11 Jul, 2011, by in Soccer

David Beckham scoring a winner for the Galaxy with a corner kick. More