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Taking a look at the other side of the table, here are my predictions for the standings in the Eastern Conference. Despite not housing as many of the perennial powers in the league, the East is difficult to predict due … Continue reading
Predicting the Western Conference is always a tough battle, for differing reasons than predicting the East. For one, it’s been a perennial powerhouse of clubs for a good 10 years. Secondly, where the top clubs finish is always a crapshoot … Continue reading
Sport is a bitch sometimes. It’s a cruel mistress. It’s abusive and demoralizing and disenfranchising. And yet fans continue coming back to it, to their team, to their players, to their city. Regardless of how many times they’ve been frustrated … Continue reading
Chicago Fire head coach Frank Klopas is bucking more than just his usual dressy garb for a polo shirt and casual pants on the sideline recently. He seems to be bucking many traditional tactics usually seen on MLS pitches as … Continue reading
The debate between the so-dubiously-called “Euro-snobs” and the more “nationalistic” American soccer fans has created a clash of philosophies about the sport. Should we become more like Europe and adopt the Old World system of the game completely, or should … Continue reading
The diversity our league faces when it comes to logistics (vast geographical distances; an array of mentalities and cultures; varying weather and climes) are enough to doom it from the very beginning. But, provided you have managed to overcome these … Continue reading
Montreal Impact could’ve pulled off a dual punch in the Eastern Conference this year way back last December. All they had to do was select Andy Gruenebaum from the Columbus Crew in the 2011 Expansion Draft.