Prosoccertalk asks if Zac MacMath should be sat after a few games of sloppy play.
Power rankings for this week.
The highest rating given out was a seven, which went to the referee. Enough said.
Hoffman argues the own-goal call. Honestly, I didn't even think Hoffman ever touched the ball. Still, it's something to debate i guess.
A good article on how Hoppenot is making the best of his chances with the Union so far this season.
Thoughts on sunday's game, and questions for the upcoming week.
After the Jump
A look at how Mexico and the U.S. have constantly changed as top dog in CONCACAF throughout the years.
The term "friendly match" isn't the same between Mexico and the U.S. The rivalry is so strong that no match is considered friendly.
Top goals of the week.
The U.S. National team called in few experienced center backs for the friendly against Mexico. Those called upon will have a chance to shine, or dissapoint.
US expect to face confident Mexican side after they have won the Gold Cup, Olympic Gold, and U-17 cup.
After a rough start to the season, Klinsmann is still bringing in Shea hoping to help him gain his confidence.
Chicago is losing Marco Pappa to SC Heerenveen in January. This one hurts the fire, but they will have plenty of time to find a replacement.
Landon Donovan says he could retire following the 2013 season, but he also says he would consider a move to Mexico. Who knows, but I see him going to Everton at some point.
Soccer was the most tweeted sport of the olympics, and also saw records for houshold viewership on NBCSports. I am assuming this is just based off of American viewership.
If this goes through New York is basically Guaranteed a second team. The league won't pay for a stadium if they aren't trying to put a team there.