June 6, 2013
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CHESTER, Pa. ● The Philadelphia Union exploded for three goals in a six-minute span en route to an easy 3-0 victory over the visiting Columbus Crew on Wednesday night at PPL Park.
Brian Carroll, Sheanon Williams and Conor Casey were the goalscorers for the Union, who snapped a two-game winless streak in the league to improve to 6-5-4 on the year.
The shorthanded Crew, chasing Philly in the Eastern Conference standings, fell to 4-5-5.
The...Read Full Story
*While it's not yet definite, it doesn't like Philadelphia Union top scorer Sebastien Le Toux will play Saturday against the Galaxy.
*Meanwhile, Galaxy striker Edson Buddle's seven goals in five games to start the season earned him MLS Player of the Month honors, the league announced today.
*The U.S. officially unveiled their World Cup jerseys today in New York. Will England be afraid, very afraid?
From the press release:The new home jersey, which will debut when the U.S. takes on...Read Full Story
HOUSTON (Reuters) - French striker Thierry Henry's recent move to Major League Soccer generated publicity for the North American league, but it is a lesser-known Frenchman who has been winning the plaudits in MLS this season.A hardly-noticed defender with Lorient in his homeland, Sebastien Le Toux's road to American attention followed a very different route than Henry. Le Toux worked his way up from the U.S. second division to become an MLS All Star who will face Manchester United on...Read Full Story
Sebastien Letoux vies with Phillies' Lopez
CHESTER, PA • The storybook ending was there for Vancouver forward Sebastien Le Toux, and it still weighed on his mind well after the game ended.
Le Toux had a golden chance against his old team in the 83rd minute, but he forced a rushed shot high and the Whitecaps finished with a scoreless draw against the Philadelphia Union on Saturday.
“It was a great ball from Davide [Chiumiento],” said Le Toux of the late chance. “He played me perfectly. I...Read Full Story
Like Jon indicated earlier, it is way top early to start predicting anything after the first week of Major League Soccer games, especially since we won’t see Toronto FC in the first couple days of action. But at the same time it is fun to do, so I will play devil’s advocate.
Last year, the Vancouver Whitecaps were the worst team on the road in MLS – going winless (0-12-5) in the league and earning only 28 points. However, after a few pickups over the summer and watching them in their first...Read Full Story
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