Author Archives: Thomas Floyd

MLS Week 17: A Look Ahead

The Seattle Sounders and Real Salt Lake will meet once again as MLS kicks back into high gear this weekend. Continue reading »

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Toronto FC savor long-awaited victory

With nine goals conceded in the final 15 minutes of matches this season, Toronto FC finally managed to protect a lead in a 2-1 win over D.C. United. Continue reading »

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MLS Week 16: A Look Ahead

Saturday’s meeting between FC Dallas and the Portland TImbers highlights another light weekend of MLS action as World Cup qualifying carries on. Continue reading »

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D.C. United’s Rochat rips trade experience as ‘terrible,’ not ‘human’

After a trade sent him to D.C. United from the Vancouver Whitecaps, Swiss international Alain Rochat called such midseason deals “terrible.” Continue reading »

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MLS Week 15: A Look Ahead

It may be a light MLS schedule this weekend with World Cup qualifying taking center stage, but a pair of marquee matchups still offer plenty of intrigue. Continue reading »

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D.C. United Notes: Shanosky makes MLS debut; Nyassi facing old team; and more

D.C. United’s Conor Shanosky made his long-awaited MLS debut Sunday, starting and playing 64 minutes in a 2-0 loss at the Chicago Fire. Continue reading »

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Evans takes advantage of USMNT opportunity at right back

Brad Evans impressed U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann with his performance at right back in the Americans’ 4-3 win over Germany on Sunday. Continue reading »

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USMNT still searching for right attacking formula heading into Germany friendly

The effort to find a definitive attacking system is an ongoing one for the U.S. Men’s National Team, and the inability to find a system that works consistently has led to an offense that has struggled to generate goals consistently. Continue reading »

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