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The West is Seattle's to lose, and it shouldn't lose to Houston

Reigning champions Seattle Sounders have one foot in MLS Cup after putting two away goals past Houston.

The Western Conference final first leg, in which the Seattle Sounders beat the Dynamo 2-0 in Houston, was not a game to draw a lot of applicable lessons from. In large part, that's because it was played in a state of exception after the first half hour.

At that point, Joe Willis' penalty save briefly kept Houston in damage-limitation mode, even though his team was a goal and a man down at that moment. In the immediate wake of the red card to Jalil Anibaba, the Dynamo staggered but did not concede...

 By Jason Davis

Toothless Toronto await Giovinco, Altidore in Eastern Conference final

Columbus Crew and Toronto FC played out a goalless draw in the Eastern Conference final first leg.
Columbus Crew and Toronto FC played out a goalless draw in the Eastern Conference final first leg.

Toronto FC will probably be the happier of the two teams following their goalless draw against Columbus Crew in the first leg of the Eastern Conference final. 

They arrived in Columbus without prolific pair Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore, and despite not registering a shot on goal in 90 minutes, the Reds will return home comfortable with the state of the series and their chances of hosting a second consecutive MLS Cup final.

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Here are the lessons we learned from the goalless draw in Columbus...

 By Arch Bell

Anibaba red hands advantage to Seattle in Western Conference finals

Reigning champions Seattle Sounders have one foot in MLS Cup after putting two away goals past Houston.

The Seattle Sounders have the serious upper hand in Major League Soccer's Western Conference finals after beating the Houston Dynamo 2-0 at BBVA Compass Stadium on Tuesday.

Here are three takeaways from the match:

1. Sounders looking set for MLS Cup return

Only a major collapse will keep Seattle from reaching a second straight MLS Cup, as the Sounders turned the tables on the 10-men Dynamo, using set pieces and counter-attacking to all but drive a stake through the Dynamo's playoff heart.

Frankly,...

Crew misses chance as short-handed Toronto gets the job done in Columbus

Despite a late rally by Columbus, an opening goal eluded both sides, and they head back to Toronto for a decisive second leg.
Julie Stewart-Binks catches up with Michael Bradley after Toronto FC managed a scoreless first leg at Columbus.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Columbus Crew SC and Toronto FC played to a scoreless tie in the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals on Tuesday night.

Both teams struggled to create much in the way of opportunities, though Toronto keeper Alex Bono made a critical save off of Harrison Afful late in the match to keep the score 0-0.

Here are three thoughts on a typically cagey first leg.

1. In new formation, Toronto gets the job done

With 16 days between matches, there was plenty of time not only...

Trapp earning more of the spotlight as Crew SC make another run at MLS Cup

Columbus midfielder Wil Trapp chats with Julie Stewart-Binks about #SaveTheCrew and what Columbus will expect from Toronto.

OBETZ, Ohio -- The limelight has an odd way of leaving Wil Trapp almost as soon as it finds him.

Part of that is down to the position the 24-year-old plays on the field, that of a deep-lying midfielder. It's a spot where his killer ball leading up to a goal comes two passes before the decisive shot is taken. Even when a player of the stature of Thierry Henry lavishes praise on Trapp, as he did three years ago, it's not so much forgotten as the focus soon shifts to someone else.

The up-and-down...

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Anthony Pulis -- not that one -- hired as manager of USL side Saint Louis FC

There was good news and bad news in the Pulis family today. In a rather bizarre turn of events, one Anthony Pulis landed a job on the same day that one Tony Pulis lost his.

Anthony Pulis, the son of former West Brom manager Tony Pulis, was named manager of Saint Louis FC in the United Soccer League on Monday, the same day his father was relieved of his duties as the Baggies' boss.

The younger Pulis played for a number of teams in England, after coming up through the ranks with Portsmouth and before...