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Fioranelli at the epicenter of Quakes' troubles

San Jose Earthquakes

Friedel has revitalized New England

New England Revolution

Rooney's first impressions can give D.C. hope

D.C. United

Marsch's next step shouldn't be a giant leap

New York Red Bulls

Atlanta vs. D.C. is a clash of styles on the field and in the front office

Check out every goal from Week 20 in MLS, including Paul Arriola's big night at D.C.'s new home and Dom Dwyer helping Orlando City end its slump.

Saturday afternoon's battle of the Uniteds at Mercedes-Benz Stadium is being marketed around its stars: new D.C. forward Wayne Rooney on one side, Atlanta's attacking duo of Josef Martinez and Miguel Almiron on the other.

Normally, this is an oversimplification. This isn't basketball; there is a limit to how much an individual can impact a game (see the fates of Argentina and Portugal at the recently completed World Cup). In the case of Atlanta United's match against D.C. United, though, there...

GM Jesse Fioranelli is at the epicenter of San Jose Earthquakes' troubles

Alejandro Moreno describes the confrontation between San Jose's Mikael Stahre and Fatai Alashe as a microcosm of bigger issues for the Earthquakes.

There's no pulling out of this death spiral for the San Jose Earthquakes.

Nineteen games into the season, the Quakes have accumulated just 12 points, the fewest in the league. They've managed to beat just one other MLS team in league play this season -- Minnesota United, twice -- and are in the throes of a 11-game winless streak in all competitions.

Captain Chris Wondolowski, ever the diplomat, told ESPN FC that there was "enough blame to go around" for this disaster of a campaign. Fans are...

Bradley Wright-Phillips has reached the peak of MLS, rising from depths of English game

When Jesse Marsch became the New York Red Bulls coach in 2015, Bradley Wright-Phillips had just completed one of the most impressive goal-scoring seasons in Major League Soccer history: 27 goals in 32 games. But Marsch wanted more from his talented striker.

Marsch was shifting the Red Bulls toward a more high-tempo, high-intensity brand of soccer that pressed and squeezed their opponents. To do this, he needed his best player to buy in and become a leader.

"It wasn't going to be possible for...

The protracted battle between Marvell Wynne and MLS that led to the end of his career

Alejandro Moreno describes the confrontation between San Jose's Mikael Stahre and Fatai Alashe as a microcosm of bigger issues for the Earthquakes.

Marvell Wynne is still coming to grips with how his professional soccer career ended.

The MLS veteran and former U.S. international announced his retirement from the game in a Twitter post back on April 20. It wasn't aging legs or a decline in ability that ended his career, but rather a heart defect that despite being corrected by surgery, resulted in him not being cleared to play.

"It's not really the way I wanted to go out after being in the league for 13 years, but I guess my hand was kind...

 By Jason Davis

MLS Power Rankings: New York City FC knock Atlanta United off top spot

1. New York City FC

Record: 12W-4D-4L
Week 19 ranking: 6

Three games, three wins for Dome Torrent as head coach of NYCFC. A 3-0 win over Columbus at home on Saturday put the New Yorkers just a point back of Atlanta in the Supporters Shield race, making things very interesting in the East.


Record: 10-5-4
Week 19 ranking: 2

The Angelenos were stalemated by a red-hot Portland team in a clash of likely Western Conference playoff sides on Sunday. Carlos Vela's return to the starting lineup showed...

Humble beginnings as Wayne Rooney, Audi Field make Major League Soccer debuts

Wayne Rooney picked up an assist in his MLS debut as D.C. christened Audi Field with a comfortable win over Vancouver.

WASHINGTON -- D.C. United was leading the Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 midway through the second half, but the inaugural crowd at Audi Field made it clear what -- or rather who -- they wanted.

The chant went up, "We want Rooney! We want Rooney!"

DCU manager Ben Olsen obliged, bringing on new signing Wayne Rooney in the 58th minute to raucous cheers, and the Englishman delivered, notching an assist as well as plenty of sharp touches in a 3-1 win.

"The fans have been fantastic since I arrived in the airport,...