Don’t blink; another jam-packed MLS week starts in a few hours. With 11 games lined up, this week should be more exciting than the last and will certainly keep the spectators on the edge of their seats.
Here are week 24’s most intriguing topics.
Will the California boys bounce back?
LA Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes had a rough week 23.
LA went into Columbus...
With the playoffs only a couple of weeks away, MLS teams are buckling down and doing whatever it takes to get a positive result. The league’s parity was on display in week 22 as multiple underdogs stunned the league’s “big dogs.”
Here are the top ten players from week 22.
10. Luis Robles: Despite New York Red Bulls’ 1 nil defeat to Eastern Conference strugglers...
Chris Wondolowski is far more than a poacher.
In the 31st minute of the San Jose Earthquakes 1-1 tie with the LA Galaxy, the striker backheeled a pass into the path of Matias Perez Garcia to set up the newly-signed attacker for his first ever goal with the club.
“I always try to do whatever I can to help the team win, whether that is scoring goals, trying to set up goals or find...
Chris Wondolowski can’t lie. It won’t be easy to forget about his missed chance in Brazil.
“To be honest, I will think about that just because it was such a big moment on a big stage,” said Wondolowski of the shot that he sent over the bar and off target against Belgium in the 92nd minute. “It hurts.”
“But it won’t affect my play. It doesn’t affect my mentality...
No individual player feels worse than Chris Wondolowski in the wake of Team USA’s heartbreaking loss to Belgium on Tuesday. Wondo had a golden opportunity to score what would have been a game-winning goal in the 92nd minute, but the ball went off the side of his foot. After the game, Wondolowski apologized on Twitter. […]
After the United States had been outplayed throughout much of a scoreless game, Chris Wondolowski had a golden opportunity to give the USMNT a huge win over Belgium in the final seconds of stoppage time on Tuesday. Just look at the layup in the GIF above.
Jurgen Klinsmann pretty much summed up the reaction of every American.
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Chris Wondolowski has trouble scoring goals the international level. Chris Wondowlowski doesn’t have that problem.
On Monday, Wondolowski scored a first-half hat-trick for the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team in its 6-1 win over Belize. He filled up the nets while wearing a jersey that had his name misspelled on the back. The U.S. striker’s name was spelled: W-o-n-d-o-w-l-o...
Admittedly, Wondolowski can be a mouthful to say (a lot people just call him “Wondo”). But, jeez, you only have to spell it one letter at a time, equipment manager guy. Not like the jersey snafu was a bad thing for the Earthquakes striker; he had a hat trick before halftime in the USMNT’s Gold Cup opener vs. Belize. So, maybe the extra “W” should be here to stay. [photo via 30fps]
The San Jose Earthquakes have re-signed forward Chris Wondolowski.
The deal announced by the club Tuesday makes Wondolowski the second San Jose player to take a designated player spot. The Bay Area native scored 27 goals last season, tying the Major League Soccer record set by Tampa Bay's Roy Lassiter in 1996.
The 30-year-old Wondolowski won the Golden Boot as the league'...
San Jose forward Chris Wondolowski has scored his 27th goal of the season, tying the MLS single-season record set by Roy Lassiter of Tampa Bay in 1996.
Wondolowski booted a penalty kick into the lower left corner of the net in the 24th minute to give the Earthquakes a 1-0 lead after Portland goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts was whistled for taking out Earthquakes forward Steven Lenhart...
Via AP on Fox
October 27, 2012