March 15 – Eighteen teams are in action this week as Major League Soccer gets back to business with an opening slate of games aptly dubbed “First Kick 2011”. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports.
1/2/2011 New Jersey’s newly opened Red Bull Arena will be the stage next time Major League Soccer’s best take on the world. INSIDER’s Matthew Grayson reports on the 2011 All-Star Game and MLS expansion plans.
29/6/10 FIFA President Sepp Blatter says it would be “nonsense” to rule out the use of video technology after high profile errors cost England and Mexico, whom he apologises to… Under-fire referees face the media and may be helped by new “referee’s dictionary”… World Cup big spenders fly home…
18/6/10 The Unites States’ hopes of progression to the World Cup’s round of 16 tonight hangs in the balance after drawing 2-2 in a thriller against Slovenia. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports from Ellis Park, Johannesburg.
1/4/2010 David Beckham and Landon Donovan could soon be joined by a third ‘designated player’ at LA Galaxy after Major League Soccer amended its budget rules to help grow the popularity of the sport.
12/3/2010 MLS Players are threatening a strike if a new collective bargaining agreement is not in place by the start of the season on March 25; United States captain Landon Donovan will have “no problem” in extending his Premier League loan spell if action goes ahead.
6/1/2010 Brazilian sports minister insists government’s 2010 budget cuts will not impact 2014 World Cup preparations… Major League Soccer striker Landon Donovan says a work stoppage would do “real damage” to U.S. soccer… English Premier League seeks technology partner.