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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

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5 Kansas City 12 13 9 49
6 San Jose 13 7 14 46
7 Dallas 11 13 10 46
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San Jose Earthquakes name Mikael Stahre as new head coach

Take a look back at the top five goal celebrations from the San Jose Earthquakes' 2017 season.

The San Jose Earthquakes officially announced on Friday that Mikael Stahre would take over as manager for the 2018 season.

Stahre signed a multi-year contract, and replaces Chris Leitch, who will return to his role of technical director, which he has filled since 2015. The club announced that assistant coach Alex Covelo will return to his role as the team's director of methodology, and that assistant coach Steve Ralston will remain with the club and join Stahre's staff.

"After a thorough evaluation...

San Jose Earthquakes to name Mikael Stahre as manager - sources

After their first playoff appearance in five years, Chris Wondolowski discusses San Jose's progress and his future in MLS.

The San Jose Earthquakes are set to name Mikael Stahre as their manager replacing Chris Leitch, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

The news was first reported by Swedish outlet Expressen. An announcement is expected within the next 48 hours, according to a source.

Stahre, 42, has spent the vast majority of his managerial career in his native Sweden, most recently with BK Hacken, which he led to a fourth-place finish in 2017. He had previously managed Vasby United, AIK, and IFK Goteborg in Sweden....

Chris Wondolowski joins Juan Mata's Common Goal project

Juan Mata spoke about the Common Goal initiative which sees players donate one percent of their wages to charity.

U.S. international Chris Wondolowski has become the first MLS player to join Common Goal.

The 34-year-old San Jose Earthquakes captain is the 21st footballer to pledge one percent of his salary to charity as part of the project pioneered by Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata.

Wondolowski is the first American male professional player to donate after U.S. women's national team players Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan signed up in September.

He said: "I've followed Common Goal with interest since...