MLS wants to belittle the regular season, and it's probably a wise decision.
Our team finally matters, even on a microscopic level, and that's good, but also kind of weird.
If Jermaine Jones likes one thing, it's soccer. If it's two things, it's soccer and America. If it's three, it's soccer, America, and probably his family. But in fourth place, it's celebrity and celebrities.
Listen up, folks. It's time to stop living vicariously through Michael Bradley, and let him make decisions for himself.
Benny Feilhaber was going to be an MLS superstar for New England. That just didn't happen.
MLS doesn't have promotion and relegation, but that doesn't mean it lacks late season drama. Well, at least this year.
Fotis Bazakos got it mostly wrong in the huge match between New York and New England. What he did get right is making the I-95 Cup relevant and real for at least one night.
Following the Red Bulls and Revs ridiculously refereed match, Twitter lit up with an oldie, but goodie.
AS Roma owner James Pallotta speaks out about the Revs possible move to Somerville. Haven't we heard this before? And wouldn't it be nice to hear it from our own owner?