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 By Jason Davis

New England condemns Minnesota to inglorious record; Timbers toppled

Minnesota's early season woes continue to mount, as they conceded another bevy of goals from a high octane Revolution side.

The Week 4 pickings are necessarily slim with 16 teams off for the weekend due to the international window. That's a good thing, since it means fewer games impacted by call-ups. For those that did play, there were absences to navigate. Needless to say, some clubs handled the situation better than others. Here's a look at the three MLS matches of note from Saturday.

Maybe it wouldn't have even mattered if Minnesota United was at full strength for their trip to Gillette Stadium to face the New England...

 By Jason Davis

USMNT call-ups disrupt MLS as Portland seeks offense without Nagbe

Herculez Gomez and Alexis Nunes go through the latest action from around Major League Soccer.
From Deuce to Nagbe, we've got the best MLS goals from US national team players in the coming World Cup qualifiers.
Tim Howard tells all about his recovery, his belief in Christian Pulisic and the USMNT's hopes for the 2018 World Cup.

There's no mystery in the game choices this week. With the international break upon us, three Saturday games constitute the entire MLS schedule.

New England, Minnesota seek first wins

In the past two weeks, Minnesota United suffered a humbling 6-1 defeat against Atlanta at home and then battled for a 2-2 draw at Colorado. That might mean the league newcomers are happy to be back on the road for a second consecutive week, with New England at Gillette Stadium offering Minnesota's next chance for a...

Why Luis Robles might have been happy to see MLS streak end vs. RSL

A comprehensive look back at all the action from Week 3 of the 2017 season, including Atlanta's show-stopping performance.

Luis Robles is set to start for the New York Red Bulls against Real Salt Lake on Saturday and continue his MLS-record "Iron Man" streak. Robles holds the record for consecutive games started, after surpassing Chris Klein's mark of 141 when he took the field against the Colorado Rapids on March 11.

But as he looks across the field at the RSL goal, he might reflect that this is actually the last place he wants to be.

Robles got a call into the United States national team camp in January, and with...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Schweinsteiger off to Chicago, Vardy gets death threats

Shaka Hislop says Bastian Schweinsteiger's move to Chicago Fire makes absolutely no sense to him.
Bastian Schweinsteiger thanked the Manchester United fans as he prepares to make his move to Chicago Fire.
Steve Nicol wraps up all of Sunday's Premier League action, with United and Spurs getting much-needed wins and Liverpool and City battling to a breathless 1-1 draw.
Steve Nicol wraps up all of Sunday's Premier League action, with United and Spurs getting much-needed wins and Liverpool and City battling to a breathless 1-1 draw.

MAN UNITEDWorld Cup winner Bastian Schweinsteiger has agreed a move to join the Chicago Fire, bringing to an end his ill-fated spell at Old Trafford. Germany coach Joachim Low believes he still had plenty to offer United.

- Jose Mourinho has told France Football that a new-found maturity and control of his emotions has made him a better manager, and he no longer obsesses over results as he did earlier in his career.

- Sir Alex Ferguson is to return to the Old Trafford dugout...

Signing Schweinsteiger puts Chicago Fire under pressure to win right now

Shaka Hislop says Bastian Schweinsteiger's move to Chicago Fire makes absolutely no sense to him.

After all last year's clever moving of parts to stockpile targeted allocation money (TAM) and general allocation money (GAM) funds, and the shrewd offseason acquisition of MLS experience in Juninho and Dax McCarty, Chicago Fire GM Nelson Rodriguez is fully aware that he has just made the move that ensures none of those decisions are the ones his regime will come to be judged by.

For reasons technical, cultural and sporting, signing the player Rodriguez describes as the "singular" Bastian Schweinsteiger...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bastian Schweinsteiger joins the Chicago Fire: Social media reaction

Bastian Schweinsteiger thanked the Manchester United fans as he prepares to make his move to Chicago Fire.

After Bastian Schweinsteiger made the decision to leave Manchester United for the Chicago Fire, a number of teammates, clubs and supporters wished him well through their social media accounts.

Schweinsteiger, who joined United in 2015 after 13 years and eight Bundesliga titles at Bayern Munich, was not in new manager Jose Mourinho's plans and made just four appearances for the club this season -- none of which were in the Premier League.

The midfielder posted a video on his Twitter and Instagram...