Canadian soccer’s EXCEL program is paying dividends for the women’s team, as a number of young players from the program will play for Canada at this month’s Olympic qualifying tournament.
It would be a stretch to call Chelsea and Manchester fallen giants, but this has been obviously a tough year, with both clubs already looking ahead to next season.
Toronto FC defender Mark Bloom missed the entire 2015 MLS season due to injury and now is slated to back up newcomer Steven Beitashour. But he’s pushing to be ready for whatever role comes.
Goalkeeping is an enigma in the soccer analytics community that is usually under researched or avoided altogether because there are so many external variables that come into play.
In many ways, Fraser Aird’s return to Canada for club and country is down to opportunities, and he’ll try to make the most of them while on loan with the Vancouver Whitecaps this season.
New York Red Bulls defender Matt Miazga has been transfered to Chelsea, becoming one of a small handful of Americans currently in the Premier League. Here’s what you need to know about him.
With Pep Guardiola snagged off the free-agent managerial market, Manchester City now has no excuses remaining: It’s Champions League hardware or bust for the wealthiest club in England.
In a close race, you may have noticed that none of the teams in contention for the Premier League title have chosen to make any really big signings in the January transfer window.
New Toronto FC goaltender Clint Irwin has a long and varied sporting history, which has included both stints in lower-level pro soccer leagues and high-school basketball with NBA MVP Steph Curry.
With each poor performance by Manchester United, it’s not Ryan Giggs who the club is prioritizing as Louis van Gaal’s possible replacement. He should be, though.
With an injury-riddled year behind her, veteran Canadian midfielder Diana Matheson is healthy and ready for another run at the Olympics.
In a season in which Chelsea has imploded, Arsenal finds new ways not to win, and Leicester leads the way, we expect Manchester City to charge through to first place and never look back. But it hasn’t.