Tag: MLS

Major League Lobbying

Sometimes when you’re researching a story, you see a little nugget that you originally don’t pay much attention to, but when you take a closer look, you realize there is more to it than meets the eye. So it was while I was digging through the Austin Campaign Finance […]

Sounders Practice Notes [7-11-18]

The news of today centered around yesterday’s big win by the Sounders Academy in the U16/17 championship game over Atlanta United’s Academy. Things were shaky in the first half, especially after dueling red cards left the game 10 v. 10. But after that, the Baby Sounders’ quality took control. […]

Emails Provide Insight Into How USSF/MLS Used Fraser “Stipulation” to Refuse Training Compensation Payments

Note: I recently started a Patreon for those who want to help support/expand my writing content. Whatever you’d like to contribute is greatly appreciated! End plug. Become a Patron: My story on Training Compensation/Solidarity Payments got a great reception (thanks!), and aside from the issues involving the MLSPA’s reluctance […]

Sounders Practice Notes [7-10-18]

The first practice since the Sounders returned from the first two games of their road trip saw the return of at least one smiling face from the World Cup, though the questions after practice mainly revolved around the debut of the newest Designated Player. Roman Torres returned to […]