For Montreal Impact ownership, Sunday's news is akin to The Second Coming.
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Games like Tuesday night serve as a reminder that Canada’s men are constantly teetering on the fringes of irrelevancy.
Tough to beat, but tough to be beaten by. That’s Canada’s mantra at this World Cup.
In 1991, it wasn’t just easy for amateur sports to get lost in the shuffle, it was expected. Whereas ads for Canada 2015 are literally everywhere in cities across this country ahead of Saturday’s World Cup opener in Edmonton.
Even "prison" has peanut butter.
The Canadians aren’t playing cupcakes and kids this time around. In preparation for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, they’re playing top teams, in packed venues, in identical situations to what they’ll face this time next week in Edmonton.
The Canadian Soccer Association on Monday announced 23 players that will represent Canada at this summer's FIFA Women's World Cup.
Major League Soccer has reached a last-minute agreement on a new labor deal that will avoid a work stoppage, a player involved in the negotiations told Reuters on Wednesday.
Toronto FC’s top boss understands this year’s Reds will only be as good as their next move.
Toronto's BMO Field will host Costa Rica on July 14.
The L.A. Galaxy realized its “First To Five” titles slogan in a 2-1 extra time MLS Cup win over the New England Revolution Sunday at StubHub Center.
A U.S. soccer legend forgot Sunday’s MLS Cup is largely about him.
Toronto FC appeared to be MLS Cup contenders 253 days ago.
LeGarrette Blount was miffed at not getting a single carry in Pittsburgh's game on Monday, and the Steelers made sure he would not suffer that disappointment again as they cut the running back on Tuesday.
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Major League Soccer announced Monday plans to contract.
It appears the salty relationship between Major League Soccer legend Landon Donovan and U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann hasn’t waned since the L.A. Galaxy star’s controversial World Cup exclusion.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup might not go ahead as planned.
Toronto FC's Jermain Defoe isn't going to go.
Toronto FC head coach Ryan Nelsen dug his own grave.