Tag: Major League Soccer

The Vote: SoccerSuffrage2018 [Live Blog]

Well, here we are. The votes that will decide the future…of MLS expansion/relocation. Sort of. Polls are already closing around the country, and for those of you who won’t be hiding under your beds, or drinking yourselves silly. I’ll be following the important votes impacting MLS expansion and/or […]

Sounders Practice Notes [10-31-18]

After the couple of well-deserved days off, the Sounders returned to practice today as they await their opponent in the Western Conference semi-finals. MLS’ (somewhat odd) decision to hold the LAFC/RSL match until tomorrow means that the Sounders won’t know who they’re playing until late on Thursday, though […]

My First Athletic Article

I won’t do this all the time, but I had to plug my first article for The Athletic, which is on the issue of Solidarity Payments/Training Compensation. I’ve written about this before, but we got a pretty big update courtesy of the interview I did with Lance Reich, […]

SavedTheCrew: What Now?

So, the Crew have been saved. Well, not quite, but it’s looking good. There’s actually a lot of work left to do, and plenty of unanswered questions. From not knowing when this deal will be finalized (and whether there will be a new stadium), to the background behind […]

Save These Dates

With the oral arguments for the PSV/MLS Motion to Dismiss in the rear-view mirror now, we can look forward as the Modell lawsuit continues on its track towards a potential trial in March, 2019 (although that is not a firm date as of yet). However, there are number […]