During his fantastic career, Bolivian international Jaime Moreno scored 133 regular-season goals in Major League Soccer.
He also managed to find time to secure his "B" Level coaching license, which will help him in his next venture. MLS' all-time leading scorer will join the United States U-20 squad as a "guest" assistant coach as the squad prepares for and plays in the Torneo de Las Americas from Nov. 21-28.
NEW YORK – As has become customary, the MLS Player Combine will take place in the days leading up to the 2010 MLS SuperDraft presented by adidas. The league announced on Thursday that the combine will be held January 8-11 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and the SuperDraft will take place at 12 noon on January 13.
The SuperDraft will take place at the Baltimore Convention Center, in conjunction with the NSCAA Convention.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, January 7
Player arrivals and physicals
With most of his first-teamers busy with European club duty or Major League Soccer playoffs, Bob Bradley was expected to call a young group of players to compete against South Africa in a friendly on Nov. 17 in Cape Town (2 p.m. ET, ESPN2/Galavision)
Bradley, known for his unpredictable selections, surprised again, calling an even less experienced collection than anticipated.
Six players, including New York Red Bulls' Tim Ream and Juan Agudelo and Kansas City Wizards Teal Bunbury, will have a chance to earn their first cap.
D.C. United kicked off the United Builds program’s 10 Days of Giving on Tuesday and Wednesday November 9 and 10 volunteering at Bread for the City. Over 15 D.C. United staff were on site at the Bread for the City Southeast location to participate in their annual Holiday Helpings program to prepare and bag “turkey bags” for distribution to local community residents. Over the two-day period, D.C. United packed close to 700 bags full of food to enable families to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal.
NEW YORK – It is shaping up to be a busy offseason for MLS
clubs with an unprecedented five player drafts taking place between the end of
the MLS season and January.
The league on Tuesday unveiled dates and details of the new
Re-Entry Draft, which will make its debut in 2010 as part of the new Collective
Bargaining Agreement between MLS and the MLS Players Union.
Los Angeles Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena might have taken the words out of everyone’s mouths when he said that the 2010 conference semifinals were “the craziest thing I’ve ever seen.”
Certainly, the four teams left should be prepared for anything, and if the MLS Cup Playoffs have not done enough to convince the conference championship hosts to be on upset alert, history will.
MLSsoccer.com takes a look back the league’s long history of upsets in the second round of the playoffs.
El futuro internacional de la joven estrella de D.C. United Andy Najar es una incógnita todavía, ya que el mismo jugador ha dicho que aún no ha tomado una decisión en cuanto a que selección nacional le gustaría representar. La situación del futbolista ha tomado mayor interés luego de que el catracho rechazara una nueva convocatoria a la selección de Honduras.
New York Red Bulls striker Juan Agudelo and Philadelphia Union midfielder Amobi Okugo are among the seven Major League Soccer youngsters that highlight the 18-man group United States U-20 head coach Thomas Rongen has called in to face Mexico and Colombia at the Torneo de las Americas from Nov. 21-29 in Kennesaw, Ga.
The five other MLS players included in the roster are Chivas USA’s Bryan de la Fuente and Cesar Zamora, D.C. United's Conor Shanosky, Los Angeles’ Tristan Bowen and Toronto’s Fuad Ibrahim.
Forget that old cliché about a 2-0 lead: The most dangerous lead in soccer is a one-goal margin heading into the second game of a two-leg series.
It’s also the most thrilling.
That’s the main thing we learned after this week’s round of high-energy seesaw playoff games set the MLS Cup final four and eliminated three of the four higher seeds, including the defending champs.
All four second legs featured one-goal leads, fertile breeding grounds for complacency.
In just about four weeks, FIFA's maligned Executive Committee will vote to award the 2018 and 2022 World Cup.
For David Downs, executive director of the United States 2022 Bid Committee, almost all the hard work is complete. It's just about tying up loose ends now.
"We're making sure that our final presentation is in the best shape and is representative of all the effort we've put into the bid," he told MLSsoccer.com by phone on Thursday afternoon. "It needs to be consistent with what we've been saying all along.