By Drew Farmer: Twitter – @CalcioFarmer Vancouver’s defensive DP getting it done Tied for the fewest goals in Major League Soccer this season (22), the Vancouver Whitecaps have surged to the top of the Western Conferences thanks to their defensive solidity. Of course David Ousted and the back four have been good, but it has been … Continue reading MLS Musings: Vancouver doing it with defence, Chicago’s road horrors continue
By Drew Farmer – Twitter: @CalcioFarmer Major League Soccer MVP race over already? Sebastian Giovinco, Benny Feilhaber and Kei Kamara are currently the numbers one through three in the MLS MVP race. Right now, Giovinco is hands down the player most valuable to his team. 16 goals and nine assists in 21 games shows that signing … Continue reading MLS Musings: August 2015 – Big name arrivals and is the MVP race over?
By Drew Farmer – Twitter: @CalcioFarmer The Major League Soccer season took a backseat to domestic cup matches this week in the USA. Ten MLS teams took to the field on Tuesday night in the fourth round of US Open Cup action, with seven more playing on Wednesday. Although no real upsets were recorded Tuesday … Continue reading A look at what the US Open Cup means as MLS sides change focus
By Drew Farmer – Twitter: @CalcioFarmer Benny Feilhaber joined Sporting Kansas City ahead of the 2013 season in a blockbuster Major League Soccer trade from New England Revolution. His arrival, a coup for the club, was seen as a young attacking team only getting stronger as Feilhaber joined the likes of top Sporting stars Graham Zusi … Continue reading Benny Feilhaber on pace for career year with SKC, deserves Gold Cup call-up
By Drew Farmer – Twitter: @Calciofarmer In Chris Wondolowski’s first five Major League Soccer seasons, the San Jose Earthquakes’ striker tallied a combined seven league goals. In the five seasons that came next, Wondolowski notched 86, including 27 goals in 32 games during the 2012 campaign. This season, the former fourth round MLS Supplemental Draft … Continue reading Where would the San Jose Earthquakes be without Chris Wondolowski?