Monthly Archives: April 2011

Rodgers goal helps Red Bulls edge KC

Luke Rodgers found himself in the starting lineup yet again, and once again rewarded New York head coach Hans Backe's confidence. The English striker finished off a Dwayne DeRosario cross in the first half to lift the Red Bulls to … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- New York Red Bulls, MLS- Sporting Kansas City | 21 Comments

Chivas USA vs. New England Revolution: Match Night Commentary

BY ADAM SERRANO The New England Revolution head west to the Home Depot Center to take on a Chivas USA side that is unbeaten in their last four matches (10:30 PST, MLS Direct Kick). The Rojiblancos earned their first victory … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- Chivas USA, MLS- New England Revolution | 2 Comments

Renteria scores twice; Crew hold off Whitecaps 2-1

By JOSE M. ROMERO On a night when the first pick in the 2011 MLS Draft scored his first professional goal, it was a veteran striker who stepped up to lead his team to victory. Vancouver rookie Omar Salgado scored … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- Columbus Crew, MLS- Vancouver Whitecaps | 2 Comments

Red Bulls vs. Sporting Kansas City: Match Night Commentary

The New York Red Bulls take on Sporting Kansas City today and will look to keep their recent offensive hot streak going against a KC defense that has been allowing goals in bunches (7:30pm, MSG). Thierry Henry will look to … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- D.C. United, MLS- New York Red Bulls | 19 Comments

Le Toux PK lifts 10-man Union over SJ

  Sebastien Le Toux scored his first goal of the season, doing so from the penalty spot, and the 10-man Philadelphia Union held off the San Jose Earthquakes for a 1-0 result at PPL Park Saturday afternoon. Philadelphia was gifted … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- Philadelphia Union, MLS- San Jose Earthquakes | 18 Comments

Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

Four games remain in the English Premier League season and if Chelsea is going to have any chance of catching Manchester United atop the standings, the Blues will likely have to win every one of them. The first of the … Continue reading »

Posted in Your Running Commentary | 80 Comments