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Minus injured Davis, Dynamo stun Sporting to return to MLS Cup

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KC run ends in 2-0 loss
Dynamo strike twice in 2nd half to earn MLS Cup berth

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Going Back To Carson
Galaxy advance to MLS Cup final with 3-1 win over RSL

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FINAL - LA 3:1 RSL
MatchCenter: RSL's effort towards second MLS Cup berth falls short

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THE MONTREAL IMPACT WILL UNVEIL ITS JERSEY
ON DECEMBER 1ST

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MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact announced Wednesday that the club will officially unveil its new jerseys, for its entry into Major League Soccer (MLS) in 2012, on Thursday, December 1, at the Montreal Science Centre, starting at 6pm.

Located in the Old Port, on King Edward Pier, the Montreal Science Centre will welcome the Montreal Impact staff, players, partners and supporters, during an historic night where the club will present its new official jerseys, as well as training wear and apparel line, produced by adidas.

“It will be a major event in the history of the Montreal Impact,” said team president Joey Saputo. “We will be one step closer to our debut in MLS. Our jersey will become an important emblem to which our supporters will want to identify themselves with. We are very excited to present this product, which is very representative of the Impact, the City of Montreal and the Province of Quebec.”

The only element of the new jersey to have been revealed to this date is the Bank of Montreal (BMO) logo, named the presenting partner of the Impact in MLS, on June 16.

Note that all jerseys will be on sale on the following day on December 2, while the other items will be available at a later date.

As part of the launching festivities, 25 supporters will have the chance to win an entry for two to attend the event, by participating to a contest on the club’s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/impactmontreal.com, which will start on Thursday, November 24 as of 6pm. Follow also http://www.twitter.com/impactmontreal and http://www.youtube.com/impactmontrealFC in the upcoming weeks to get more details.


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MLS passes NBA, NHL as third best-attended American sport
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Major League Soccer set a new high-water mark for average attendance this season, as expansion clubs in Portland and Vancouver lived up to preseason expectations for big crowds, and a new stadium and rebranding effort in Kansas City turned around that city’s once-ailing club.

Average attendance for the 18 clubs rose 7.2 percent to 17,872 spectators a game this season, surpassing the league’s previous record of 17,406, which was set during its inaugural season in 1996. The league’s lowest attendance came in 2000 when it averaged just 13,756 fans. Since 2007, its average has consistently stayed between 16,000 and 17,000. The strong showing at the gate brought MLS’s average above the most recent seasons for both the NHL (17,132) and NBA (17,323).


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Ching, Mapp headline Montreal expansion draft picks
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Impact go for big names, youth and defense; trade Riley to Chivas


MONTREAL -- The Montreal Impact threw a few surprises into their picks in Wednesday's Expansion Draft, selecting several marquee names, including Houston's Brian Ching and Philadelphia's Justin Mapp.

Ching has gone on the record to say he would not move to Montreal if picked. How that will play out remains to be seen, and Montreal coach Jesse Marsch said he is still open to various options.

Mapp was one of two high-profile Union players on offer, the other being Freddy Adu. On Tuesday, Marsch indicated that Adu was a possibility, but in the end, chose his teammate, who does not come with as high a salary and is more established in the league on the field.

Elsewhere, Marsch chose to bolster the backline, acquiring San Jose centerback Bobby Burling, Columbus left back Josh Gardner, Sporting KC left back Seth Sinovic, Vancouver right back Jeb Brovsky, and Chivas USA right back Zarek Valentin.

The selection of Colorado midfielder Sanna Nyassi provides some good speed on the flanks, and Real Salt Lake's Collen Warner is an up-and-coming attacking midfielder who showed flashes in 2011.

The final pick, Seattle right back James Riley, was shipped to Chivas USA immediately in exchange for forward Justin Braun and midfielder Gerson Mayen.

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NBC hires Seattle's Arlo White as voice of soccer
After two years in Seattle, Arlo White goes national with network

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NBC Sports, the newest TV home for MLS, may be more than three months away from televising its first-ever MLS match, but the network has already made a major splash with the hiring of its new voice for soccer.

The Peathingy network announced on Wednesday that former Seattle Sounders man Arlo White (photo courtesy of Seattle Sounders/Corky Trewin) will handle play-by-play duties for MLS and US national team games on NBC and NBC Sports Network, which launches on January 2, 2012, in a rebrand of the Versus channel.

“Arlo is one of the top voices calling soccer today in the US, and we are very excited to have him be the lead play-by-play announcer to launch our new agreement with Major League Soccer,” said Sam Flood, executive producer of NBC Sports and NBC Sports Network in a statement. “I also want to sincerely thank the Seattle Sounders FC ownership for making Arlo available, so he can be the MLS voice for the NBC Sports Group to a national audience.”


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The new design contains several new local elements


MONTREAL – The Montreal Impact and BMO Financial Group, the club’s presenting partner, unveiled the new team jersey in preparation for the club’s inaugural season in Major League Soccer (MLS) in 2012, as part of a fashion show at the Montreal Science Centre, on Thursday. The two organizations took advantage of the momentous occasion to also unveil the equipment and training gear.

“This is a historic moment for the Montreal Impact. The new team jersey represents not only the identity of the club, but also the city of Montreal and the entire province of Quebec,” said Montreal Impact president Joey Saputo. “We are proud to have partnered with BMO Financial Group, Canada’s soccer bank. We are very pleased to have shared this unique experience with our supporters and our partners.”

“This is an exciting day for all soccer fans with the unveiling of the superb Impact jersey that highlights the team’s roots and association with Montreal and Quebec,” said L. Jacques Ménard, President, BMO Financial Group, Quebec. “As the Impact defines its identity following last week’s MLS draft and subsequent player moves, and today’s jersey announcement, BMO is proud to partner with an organization that will have an immediate impact in promoting soccer in our community and representing Montreal throughout North America as the team begins its first season in MLS in March 2012.”
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DC United decline to exercise Charlie Davies' option
United pass on transfer clause, but not done dealing with striker

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Charlie Davies is no longer a D.C. United player. For now, at least.

D.C. United announced on Thursday that they will not exercise the Dec. 1 option for the permanent transfer of the forward from French side Sochaux. Davies had been on loan to D.C. United in 2011, holding a reported $1.3 million option to buy out his contract, according to The Washington Post.

But declining the hefty option does not mean that Davies will not have a future at the club coached by former USMNT teammate Ben Olsen.

“Conversations regarding Charlie’s future are ongoing,” D.C. general manager Dave Kasper told dcunited.com.

Although Davies becomes a Sochaux player again as of Dec. 1, D.C. United will hold onto his player rights in MLS and the club could potentially work out another loan deal with Sochaux or a transfer at a reduced price. D.C. made Davies one of their 11 protected players in last week’s Expansion Draft.


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MLS Announces 2011 Generation adidas Tour
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NEW YORK (Dec. 2, 2011) – Major League Soccer today announced the itinerary and roster of players that will travel to the Netherlands for this year’s Generation adidas tour. The 18 emerging stars, representing 12 different MLS clubs, will train at the world-renowned Ajax Academy in Amsterdam and compete in friendly matches against Ajax Reserves and Dutch second-division clubs FC Volendam and Almere City FC.

The tour itinerary and roster are below:

2011 Generation adidas Roster
Goalkeeper David Bingham San Jose Earthquakes
Goalkeeper Zac MacMath Philadelphia Union
Defender Kevin Alston New England Revolution
Defender Conor Shanosky D.C. United
Defender Kofi Sarkodie Houston Dynamo
Defender Michael Tetteh Seattle Sounders FC
Defender Zarek Valentin Montreal Impact
Midfielder Dilly Duka Columbus Crew
Midfielder Sacir Hot New York Red Bulls
Midfielder Amobi Okugo Philadelphia Union
Midfielder Luis Gil Real Salt Lake
Midfielder Matt Kassel New York Red Bulls
Midfielder Jack McInerney Philadelphia Union
Midfielder Tony Tchani Columbus Crew
Forward Will Bruin Houston Dynamo
Forward Corey Hertzog New York Red Bulls
Forward Danny Mwanga Philadelphia Union
Forward Omar Salgado Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Sporting Kansas City Manager Peter Vermes and his staff will coach the Generation adidas team during the tour.

“This annual offseason tour is invaluable for young players, and we are excited to see this talented group come together in the Netherlands,” MLS Executive Vice President Todd Durbin said. “Our players’ development is enhanced by their exposure to legendary clubs like Ajax and the opportunity to compete against their peers in other countries.”

TOUR ITINERARY
Dec. 5 Generation adidas players depart for Amsterdam
Dec. 6 Training (Ajax Academy fields)
Dec. 7 Training (Ajax Academy fields)
Team to attend UEFA Champions League match – Ajax vs. Real Madrid
Dec. 8 Game 1: Generation adidas vs. Ajax Reserve team (Ajax Academy fields)
Dec. 9 Training (Ajax Academy fields)
Dec. 10 Training (Ajax Academy fields)
Attendance Eredivisie Match - AZ Alkmaar vs. De Graafschap
Dec. 11 Training (Ajax Academy fields)
Dec. 12 Training (Ajax Academy fields)
Team to attend match: Ajax U23 vs. PSV U23
Dec. 13 Game 2: Generation adidas vs. FC Volendam (in Volendam)
Dec. 14 Game 3: Generation adidas vs. Almere City FC (in Almere)
Dec. 15 Generation adidas players depart for U.S.

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The Next Step
52 college seniors to participate; final list announced at later date

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The initial list for the MLS Player Combine is as follows:

2012 adidas MLS Player Combine Coaches List

Jim Barlow (Princeton)
Jamie Clark (University of Washington)
Brian Tompkins (Yale)
**additional coaches will be announced at a later date.

2012 adidas MLS Player Combine List by Position

GOALKEEPERS (4):
Brian Rowe (UCLA); Chris Blais (University of South Florida); Jhojan Obando (Providence); Ryan Meara (Fordham);

DEFENDERS (16):
Aaron Maund (Notre Dame); Andrew Duran (Creighton); Aubrey Perry (University of South Florida); Austin Berry (Louisville); Charles Rodriguez (UNC Charlotte); Chris Estridge (Indiana); Diogo de Almeida (SMU); Hunter Jumper (Virginia); James Kiffe (UC Santa Barbara); Justin Chavez (Tulsa); Matt Hedges (UNC); Mykell Bates (Santa Clara University); Nick Blake (UConn); Pat Sigler (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo); Shawn Singh (UCLA); Tommy Meyer (Indiana);

MIDFIELDERS (19):
Alec Purdie (Indiana); Andy Rose (UCLA); Arthur Ivo (SMU); Brendan King (Notre Dame); Calum Mallace (Marquette); Christian Barreiro (UPenn); Eder Arreola (UCLA); Greg Jordan (Creighton); Kenney Walker (Louisville); Kevan George (UCF); Kirk Urso (UNC); Lance Rozenboom (New Mexico); Luis Silva (UC Santa Barbara); Michael Green (New Mexico); Miguel Ibarra (UC Irvine); Nick DeLeon (Louisville); Rafael Garcia (Cal State Northridge); Tony Walls (University of Wisconsin-Green Bay); Warren Creavalle (UCF)

FORWARDS (13):
Antoine Hoppenot (Princeton); Billy Schuler (UNC); Brian Ownby (Virginia); Bryan Gaul (Bradley); Casey Townsend (Maryland); Colin Rolfe (Louisville); Ethan Finlay (Creighton); Evan James (UNC Charlotte); Evans Frimpong (Delaware); Karo Okiomah (High Point); Luckymore Mkosana (Dartmouth); Luke Holmes (Akron); Tony Cascio (UConn).

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Watch the Combine LIVE on MLSsoccer.com, starting Fri.
All Player Combine matches to be streamed live on MLSsoccer.com

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2012 MLS Player Combine kicks off this Friday — and you can be there. Well, almost.

MLSsoccer.com will have unprecedented wall-to-wall coverage of all the action in Ft. Lauderdale, including live streams of every Combine match, sponsored by adidas and Sega.

We’ll be at every game, talk to the players and coaches and GMs, and have all the latest news and rumors about who looks good, who’s on the move, and who might end up on your team next year.
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Live Stream Match Schedule

Friday, January 6
2:45 pm ET: adiPower vs Prime
4:30 pm ET: adiZero vs adiPure

Sunday, January 8
2:30 pm ET: adiPower vs adiZero
4:25 pm ET: Prime vs adiPure

Tuesday, January 10
10:00 am ET: adiZero vs Prime
11:55 am ET: adiPower vs adiPure

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Mark The Calendar
New season the longest in league history; First Kick slated for March 10

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MLS unveiled the schedule for all 323 regular season matches on Thursday, signifying the beginning of the longest season in league history, beginning on March 10.

Each of the league’s 19 teams will play 34 games in 2012, and every regular-season game will be televised live this season. US network partners ESPN, NBC and Univision will broadcast a total of 89 matches this year, while 30 games featuring Canadian clubs will air on TSN/TSN2 in English and RDS/RDS2 in French.

The season begins with First Kick 2012, presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods, which includes five matches on Saturday, March 10. The reigning MLS Cup champion LA Galaxy will begin the defense of their title at home on March 10 against Real Salt Lake, while the Montreal Impact will make their MLS debut on the road against their Canadian rivals Vancouver Whitecaps on TSN.

The first game of NBC’s multi-year broadcast deal with MLS will be broadcast on Sunday, March 11, when FC Dallas host Thierry Henry and the New York Red Bulls in a rematch of their postseason Wild Card matchup last season.

Galavisión will broadcast Chivas USA hosting the reigning Eastern Conference champion Houston Dynamo on March 10, while the first game aired on the ESPN family of networks will be a rare Monday night clash on March 12, when the Portland Timbers host the Philadelphia Union at JELD-WEN Field on ESPN2.

The 2012 MLS regular season will conclude Sunday, Oct. 28, with three games, followed by the MLS Cup Playoffs and MLS Cup 2012 on Dec. 1, hosted by one of the two finalists. From First Kick to MLS Cup, the calendar footprint of the 2012 season is 267 days – the longest in League history (as is the regular season, at 232 days).

ESPN continues its live coverage of MLS with 21 regular-season games this season. The nine games on ESPN and 11 on ESPN2 will also be available on ESPN Deportes, ESPN3 and ESPN Deportes Radio.

Eleven of the games on ESPN platforms feature duels between regional rivals, such as FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo, two “SuperClasicos” between Chivas USA and the LA Galaxy, and two Cascadia Cup tilts between the Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders. ESPN will also broadcast a rematch between the rival New York Red Bulls and LA Galaxy on May 5.


A total of 38 regular-season games will air on NBC Sports Network, including the May 12 inaugural MLS match at the Houston Dynamo’s new home, BBVA Compass Stadium, and a May 26 rematch of MLS Cup 2011 between Houston and LA.

NBC will broadcast three regular season games nationally: Portland vs. Seattle on Sept. 15, New York vs. Chicago on Oct. 6, and Philadelphia vs. New York on Oct. 27 – the first game of a historic tripleheader on the last Saturday of the regular season that includes Chicago vs. D.C. United and Portland vs. the San Jose Earthquakes on NBC Sports Network.

Galavisión will broadcast 27 MLS regular-season games live, two-thirds of them on Sunday evenings. Clubs such as the Chicago Fire, Chivas USA, Colorado Rapids, D.C. United, FC Dallas, Houston Dynamo, LA Galaxy and the New York Red Bulls will appear on Galavisión more than three times each this season.


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ESPN networks to air 21 regular-season matches in 2012

NEW YORK — The ESPN networks are set to broadcast 21 MLS regular-season matches in 2012, featuring some of the biggest games in the league.

ESPN and ESPN2 will split coverage of the 2012 season, beginning with the Portland Timbers' season-opening home match against the Philadelphia Union, and will proceed to broadcast the fiercest clashes, including the marquee tilt between defending Supporters' Shield and MLS Cup champs LA Galaxy and New York Red Bulls, the SuperClasico in Los Angeles, the Cascadia Cup derby and the rough-and-tough matches along I-95 in the East Coast.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/01/05/espn-networks-air-21-regular-season-matches-2012

Galavision to air 27 MLS matches in 2012
NY, LA, Chivas USA, Chicago to feature on Spanish-language TV


NEW YORK — It'll be MLS weekends on Galavisión in 2012.

The Spanish-language network is set to broadcast 27 regular-season MLS matches, plus the MLS All-Star Game. Mexican stalwart Rafa Márquez and the New York Red Bulls will be featured prominently, as will Chivas USA, the Chicago Fire and defending Supporters' Shield and MLS Cup champs LA Galaxy.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/01/05/galavision-air-27-mls-matches-2012

NBC networks to air 41 regular-season matches in 2012
MLS goes mainstream as NBC, NBC Sports Network air huge slate


NEW YORK — Major League Soccer is going mainstream in 2012.

In the first year of a three-year deal, the NBC networks will broadcast 41 regular-season MLS matches. NBC's coverage of MLS kicks off with a rematch between 2011 MLS Cup Playoffs Wild Card opponents FC Dallas and New York Red Bulls on the NBC Sports Network, and will include scintillating tilts such as the rematch between 2011 MLS Cup finalists LA Galaxy and Houston Dynamo, the Dynamo's inaugural match of their new BBVA Compass Stadium, a pair of Cascadia Cup matches and a series of I-95 clashes.

In total, NBC will broadcast three regular-season games nationally, while NBC Sports Network will televise 38.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/01/05/nbc-networks-air-41-regular-season-matches-2012

MLS 2012 national TV composite schedule

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/01/05/mls-2012-national-tv-schedule-nbc-espn-galavision


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It's on!
Rivalries heat up MLS again in 2012
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From Cascadia Cup to SuperClasico,
MLS' biggest rivals square off


From coast to coast and venturing north of the border into Canada, MLS has made good on its desire to maximize the matchups that bring another level of pride to playing field.

The 2012 season will pile even more fervor on top of the smoldering rivalries that mark MLS calendars from March to October. The Cascadia Cup, which muscled its way to the top of the heap in 2011, enters its second go-around in MLS this year and matchups such as the Rocky Mountain Cup, the SuperClásico, California Clásico, the Trillium Cup and the I-95 rivalries aren’t far behind in passion, either.

CHECK OUT THE COMPLETE SCHEDULE

Here's a look at of the matches that will make up some of the biggest rivalries in MLS this season. All times are Eastern.

http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/01/05/its-rivalries-heat-mls-again-2012


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