|FCD takes Kennedy in Dispersal Draft
After Chivas USA was closed down last month, Major League Soccer held a dispersal draft on Wednesday that saw seven of the clubs players selected, including goalkeeper Dan Kennedy, who was the first pick by FC Dallas.
|U.S. men humbled by Ireland
The United States men's national closed out the year with a humiliating 4-1 defeat to Ireland in a friendly match at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday.
|Chicago re-signs Nyarko
The Chicago Fire announced Tuesday that midfielder Patrick Nyarko has signed a new contract with the club. Per MLS and team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
|Colombia edges U.S. on late Gutierrez goal
Teofilo Gutierrez scored in the 87th minute to help Colombia complete a 2-1 comeback win over the United States in a friendly at Craven Cottage on Friday.
|Rogers inks Galaxy extension
The Los Angeles Galaxy and defender Robbie Rogers have agreed to a multi-year contract extension, the club announced.
|Union remove Curtin's interim tag
The Philadelphia Union removed the interim tag from head coach Jim Curtin's title on Friday, making him the club's third permanent head coach.
|MLS Features: RBNY not satisfied with first playoff win at RBA
Red Bull New York head coach Mike Petke does not believe in curses.
|Los Angeles awarded new MLS team
Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber announced on Thursday that a new team has been awarded to an ownership group led by Henry Nguyen, Peter Guber and Tom Penn that will begin play in 2017 in a new soccer specific stadium in the greater Los Angeles area.
|Portland's Zakuani announces retirement
Portland Timbers midfielder Steve Zakuani announced his retirement from professional soccer Wednesday, bringing an end to a six-year professional career in Major League Soccer.
|Portland's Valeri to undergo knee surgery
The Portland Timbers revealed Tuesday that midfielder Diego Valeri will undergo surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee.