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Villa tops Audi Player Index in win vs. Fire

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Pro/rel component made $4B bid for MLS media rights a non-starter

From Hector Villalba's game winner to Kyle Beckerman's long-distance strike, relive the goal fest that was Week 20.

Four billion dollars. No matter the context in which you look at that figure, it is a significant amount of money. And, apparently it could have been put in MLS' pocket in exchange for its worldwide media rights over a 10-year period.

But for MLS, the proposal contained the ultimate poison pill, that being the implementation of a system of promotion/relegation. And the proposal was made by MP & Silva founder Riccardo Silva. Silva just happens to be co-owner of NASL side Miami FC, and he's been...

David Villa's influential showing vs. Chicago tops Audi Player Index

NYCFC went a man down early but netted two second-half goals to hold off the Chicago Fire.

New York City FC star David Villa continues to dominate the Audi Player Index.

In a 2-1 win over the Chicago Fire on Saturday, Villa had six shots and five chances created. He scored the opening goal in the victory.

David Villa's performance in New York City FC's win over Chicago was enough to top the Audi Player Index this week.

Villa's 59 total touches ranked second on the team behind Maxi Moralez. He completed 79 percent of his passes, the most among FC players with at least 15 passes.

Villa's goal was his third of the season from outside the box. He is the only player on his team to score from outside...

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Who scored the goal of Week 20 in MLS? Vote now!

Relive the top goals from Week 20 throughout Major League Soccer.

Hector Villalba, Gustav Svensson, Blerim Dzemaili, David Villa or Kyle Beckerman -- who scored the MLS Goal of the Week?

Watch the highlights for all of the entries, and then vote! The poll is open until Thursday.

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D.C. fighting too many fires under Olsen, current ownership to truly grow

Houston scored all three of their goals within the first twenty minutes of the match to pick up a road win over DC United.
Seattle Sounders came back from 0-3 down to pull off an historic victory over D.C. United at CenturyLink Field.

Sometimes a draw can feel like a loss. And sometimes a loss can feel like it goes deeper than the events of the day or a short-term run of form; instead, it says something more essential, more fundamental, about a team and its problems.

The back-to-back defeats D.C. United have just endured have that feel. The confidence-crushing loss to Seattle, after leading 3-0, might have ostensibly followed a very different pattern than the punch to the nose Houston delivered with three goals in the first...

 By Jason Davis

Chicago stays at the top but major shake-ups abound through rankings

NYCFC went a man down early but netted two second-half goals to hold off the Chicago Fire.

After two weeks off for the Gold Cup, the Power Rankings see a major shake-up -- in part thanks to an unpredictable midweek slate that had 14 teams playing twice in Week 20.

1. Chicago Fire (no change): The Fire stay at the top because of the difficulty of playing away without Dax McCarty, and because the 2-1 loss to NYCFC was their first defeat since April 29.

2. New York City FC (+1): Up a spot for Patrick Vieira's boys thanks to a four-point week against the top two teams in the East, including...

 By Arch Bell

David Villa tireless for NYCFC; defending across MLS looked lousy

From Hector Villalba's game winner to Kyle Beckerman's long-distance strike, relive the goal fest that was Week 20.

Time to dust off those cobwebs after the international break because MLS is back! Here's who stood out for the right and wrong reasons over the weekend.


Count me as one who is buying into this whole Orlando City-Atlanta United rivalry thing. While these teams do not even have five years in the league put together, this is still SEC country we're talking about here, and anyone who has been in Jacksonville for the World's Largest Outdoor Party will tell you that the denizens of Florida love...