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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2013 9:13 pm 
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Very exciting.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 05, 2014 7:52 pm 
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Quarterfinals for 2013-2014...

http://www.concacaf.com/category/champi ... le-results" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

LA Galaxy v FC Tijuana is definitely the most interesting matchup. Curiously, the draw is all MLS teams vs Mexican teams except (where Club America and Houston Dynamo failed) Alajuelense (Costa Rica) vs Arabe Unido (Panama).

The other matchups:
Sporting Kansas City vs Cruz Azul (on paper, maybe the better matchup, just not the derby promised for LA vs TJ)
San Jose Earthquakes vs Toluca


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 4:12 pm 
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Here is who the MLS sides participating in the tournament will be playing:

Sporting Kansas City
• 8/7 at Real Estelí FC; 10 pm ET, Estadio Independcia, Estelí, Nicaragua
• 8/27 at CD Olimpia; 10 pm ET, Estadio Tiburcio Carias Andino, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
• 9/17 vs. Real Estelí FC; 8 pm ET, Sporting Park
• 10/23 vs. CD Olimpia; 8 pm ET, Sporting Park

Houston Dynamo
• 8/20 at W Connection; 8 pm ET, in Trinidad and Tobago
• 8/27 vs. Árabe Unido; 8 pm ET, BBVA Compass Stadium
• 9/25 vs. W Connection; 8 pm ET, BBVA Compass Stadium
• 10/24 at Árabe Unido; 8 pm ET, in Panama

Montreal Impact
• 8/7 vs. San Jose Earthquakes; 8 pm ET, Stade Saputo
• 8/21 at CD Heredia; 10 pm ET, in Guatemala
• 9/17 at San Jose Earthquakes; 10 pm ET, Buck Shaw Stadium
• 9/25 vs. CD Heredia; 8 pm ET, Stade Saputo

San Jose Earthquakes
• 8/7 at Montreal Impact; 8 pm ET, Stade Saputo
• 8/28 at CD Heredia; 10 pm ET, in Guatemala
• 9/17 vs. Montreal Impact; 10 pm ET, Buck Shaw Stadium
• 10/23 vs. CD Heredia; 10 pm ET, Buck Shaw Stadium

LA Galaxy
• 8/20 vs. Cartaginés; 10 pm ET, StubHub Center
• 9/18 vs. Isidro Metapán; 10 pm ET, StubHub Center
• 9/25 at Cartaginés; 10 pm ET, in Costa Rica
• 10/24 at Isidro Metapán; 10 pm ET, in El Salvador


http://www.mlssoccer.com/ccl/news/article/2013/07/01/concacaf-champions-league-group-stage-schedule-released


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 4:15 pm 
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Hail The KC Kid
Homegrown Ellis gives Sporting narrow edge after first leg
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Still Kings
Galaxy get one early, hold on late vs. Club Tijuana

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Less Is More
After slow preseason, Quakes' Gordon reaps his reward vs. Toluca

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http://www.mlssoccer.com/ccl/news/article/2014/03/12/concacaf-champions-league-san-jose-forward-alan-gordon-slow-preseason-pays-off


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 4:18 pm 
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NASL in the CCL?
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What about the possibility of an NASL team taking part in the CCL?
Some around the league would like to see it happen, and there are currently two paths to that end, a team either winning the Lamar Hunt Open Cup, or winning the Canadian Championship.
The Carolina RailHawks advanced as far as the quarterfinals of the Open Cup, and FC Edmonton played in the semi-finals of the Canadian Cup, falling in a two-game set to Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
RailHawks coach Colin Clarke would like to see an NASL qualify via another route.

"I think the NASL champion should qualify," said Clarke. "The standards and the quality of some of the teams from some of the smaller countries are certainly not up to the standards of NASL."

http://www.reddit.com/tb/1ms8z9


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 12:51 pm 
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NASL in the CCL?
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What about the possibility of an NASL team taking part in the CCL?
Some around the league would like to see it happen, and there are currently two paths to that end, a team either winning the Lamar Hunt Open Cup, or winning the Canadian Championship.
The Carolina RailHawks advanced as far as the quarterfinals of the Open Cup, and FC Edmonton played in the semi-finals of the Canadian Cup, falling in a two-game set to Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
RailHawks coach Colin Clarke would like to see an NASL qualify via another route.

"I think the NASL champion should qualify," said Clarke. "The standards and the quality of some of the teams from some of the smaller countries are certainly not up to the standards of NASL."

http://www.reddit.com/tb/1ms8z9


Only in America.

Do you see anyone trying to promote a spot for Ascenso MX? This is about the best teams, and the NASL likes to peddle the "MLS is too closed" line because they think it gives them a fan base.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 14, 2014 11:42 pm 
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bige wrote:
NASL in the CCL?
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What about the possibility of an NASL team taking part in the CCL?
Some around the league would like to see it happen, and there are currently two paths to that end, a team either winning the Lamar Hunt Open Cup, or winning the Canadian Championship.
The Carolina RailHawks advanced as far as the quarterfinals of the Open Cup, and FC Edmonton played in the semi-finals of the Canadian Cup, falling in a two-game set to Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
RailHawks coach Colin Clarke would like to see an NASL qualify via another route.

"I think the NASL champion should qualify," said Clarke. "The standards and the quality of some of the teams from some of the smaller countries are certainly not up to the standards of NASL."

http://www.reddit.com/tb/1ms8z9


Only in America.

Do you see anyone trying to promote a spot for Ascenso MX? This is about the best teams, and the NASL likes to peddle the "MLS is too closed" line because they think it gives them a fan base.


can't blame him for trying, so his teams need to make some noise in the Open Cup, then he may have a leg to stand on.


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