Still stuck in ancient RFK Stadium, D.C. United are still searching for a new stadium deal. Would the team look to Baltimore as a possibility?
The MLS season will start on time, but the players didn't win their ultimate goal in the labor negotiations: More freedom of movement.
Thierry Henry and other recognizable Euro stars can give MLS a boost in the PR department, but they're an awful investment strategy for a league that's supposedly in dire financial straits.
The weather outside is frightful -- especially for the MLS and its players union, whose labor negotiations in Washington were delayed due to the paralyzing East Coast blizzard.
Coming off two subpar seasons, D.C. United has overhauled its roster. However, for now at least, D.C. is content to do without a Designated Player, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
After persuading Danny Mwanga to turn down offers from Europe, the Philadelphia brass expect Mwanga to make an instant splash in MLS, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
The U.S. lineup has one glaring hole that needs to be filled. The team lacks a world-class holding midfielder, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.
The U.S. might be sitting first in CONCACAF qualifying, but its performances have been far from satisfactory, writes Leander Schaerlaeckens.