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Trending: Pressure grows on West Ham


W2W4: Mourinho returns; MLS Decision Day

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Trending: Pressure grows on West Ham over stadium, Messi attracts Neymar

With Manchester City now winless in six matches, Stewart Robson says questions could be asked of Pep Guardiola.
Pep Guardiola says Man City's six-match winless run is part of coaching, but is confident his side can recover.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

WEST HAM: The club and the London Stadium say 200 people face football banning orders following the violence during Wednesday night's game against Chelsea.

- Metropolitan Police have confirmed they made seven arrests as a result of the crowd trouble that overshadowed West Ham's 2-1 win over Chelsea. West Ham and Chelsea have both publicly condemned the crowd trouble that marred the closing stages of the game.

BARCELONA: Neymar's father says...

Seattle Sounders continue remarkable turnaround in win over Sporting KC

MLS Cup Playoffs: Nelson Valdez (88') Seattle Sounders 1-0 Sporting Kansas City

The Seattle Sounders continued their remarkable season turnaround with a late winner to beat Sporting Kansas City 1-0.

Here are three talking points from Thursday's MLS playoff match:

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1. Seattle serves SKC notice

You could have forgiven Sporting KC for not recognizing Seattle in the play-in game Thursday night. When the two teams last met on July 24, Sporting's 3-0 victory over listless Seattle turned out to be the final straw for Sigi Schmid, who was fired two days later.

To further emphasize...

Montreal Impact call on CCL nous to knock D.C. United out of MLS playoffs

Matteo Mancosu led the way with a brace as Montreal crushed DC United on the road to advance in the MLS Cup playoffs.

Three quick thoughts from the Montreal Impact's 4-2 win over D.C. United in the knockout round of the MLS Cup playoffs at RFK Stadium on Thursday.

1. Drogba is now Montreal's Plan B, not Plan A

At some point during the Montreal Impact's season, an idea began to be floated that would have seemed like heresy at the tail end of last season: the idea that maybe, just maybe, the Impact would be better if Didier Drogba started from the bench.

And by the time we got to the end of the season, it became...

LA Galaxy's past, present and future on display as it sees off Real Salt Lake's Russ Thaler and Andrew Wiebe are joined by Vancouver's Jordan Harvey to dissect LA Galaxy's win over RSL.

The LA Galaxy's 3-1 playoff win over Real Salt Lake was straight out of the Twilight Zone.

The Galaxy goal scorers on the night were Alan Gordon and Emmanuel Boateng. One of those who picked up an assist was none other than Landon Donovan. Think about that for a second.

On a team that at the beginning of the season was thought to be built around Robbie Keane and Steven Gerrard, the heroes were a 35-year-old forward making his first playoff start, a 22-year-old winger who spent the three previous...

Emmanuel Boateng, Alan Gordon are LA Galaxy's unlikely heroes

MLS Cup Playoffs: Emmanuel Boateng (34') LA Galaxy 3-1 Real Salt Lake

The LA Galaxy cruised past Real Salt Lake 3-1 in the first round of the MLS Cup playoffs, setting up a second-round matchup with the Colorado Rapids.

Emmanuel Boateng scored twice, and Alan Gordon added a goal and two assists to lead the Galaxy to victory. Real Salt Lake's Joao Plata momentarily leveled matters with a first-half penalty, but the Galaxy were soon back on top, and overall, they were too much for RSL on the night.

Here are three thoughts on LA's triumph:

1. Boateng, Gordon torment RSL


Toronto FC down the Union to set up mouth-watering NYCFC clash

Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore led the way as Toronto FC buried the Philadelphia Union to set up a date with NYCFC.
Toronto FC's Jozy Altidore discusses the significance of his side's first playoff victory and looks ahead to facing NYCFC.

Toronto FC beat the Philadelphia Union in the first knockout match of the 2016 MLS Cup playoffs on goals from Sebastian Giovinco, Jonathan Osorio and Jozy Altidore. The win was the Reds' first postseason victory since they joined the league in 2007.

The victory puts TFC into the Eastern Conference semifinals, and they will host New York City FC on Sunday in the opening game of the two-match, total goals series.

Here are three talking points from Wednesday's match:

1. TFC makes history

A year after...