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2018/2019 Season

1 Kansas City 18 8 8 62
2 Seattle 18 5 11 59
3 LAFC 16 9 9 57
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Sporting Kansas City signs free agent Rodney Wallace, trades for Erik Hurtado

Rodney Wallace looks on during New York City FC's MLS match against Orlando City.
Rodney Wallace has signed with Sporting Kansas City as a free agent after a two-year stint with New York City FC.

Sporting Kansas City has signed free-agent defender Rodney Wallace to a one-year contract, the club announced on Friday.

The 30-year-old joins the Western Conference regular-season champions after a two-year stint with New York City FC, where he registered five goals and eight assists in 46 appearances.

"Sporting KC is a passionate club that knows how to win," Wallace said in a statement. "There are a lot of key aspects here to winning, from the players and staff to the facilities and fans. The...

Sporting Kansas City defender Ike Opara asks club to consider trading him

Ahead of the 2018 MLS Cup final, three-time MLS Cup winner Alejandro Moreno highlights the highs and lows of this year's playoffs.

Sporting Kansas City defender Ike Opara has asked SKC manager Peter Vermes to consider any trade offers that come in for the 2017 MLS Defender of the Year.

A source initially told ESPN FC of Opara's request, and Vermes confirmed that the topic came up during a conversation with the player last week, although he stressed that, "Right now, with our roster, I'm not shopping anybody."

According to Vermes, Opara told him that the player's preference is to finish his career in Kansas City, but that he'd...

Portland's magic duo, Valeri and Blanco, again make the difference as Timbers soar into 2018 MLS Cup

Diego Valeri's double and a superb strike from Sebastian Blanco propelled the Portland Timbers to MLS Cup over Sporting KC.

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- When it doubt, leave it to the Lanus Boys.

While that may not have been the exact tactical plan of Portland Timbers manager Giovanni Savarese, it certainly worked out that way as Sebastian Blanco and Diego Valeri, products of Argentine side Lanus, propelled the Timbers to a 3-2 win over Sporting Kansas City in the second leg of the Western Conference finals, and into the team's second MLS Cup in four years.

"It's good for a coach to have those kinds of players," said a beaming...