I enjoy a good soccer debate as much as the next person, but when my friend argued that MLS wasn’t even necessary for the development of American players I was shocked enough to try to understand his point.
As the 2018 Orlando City MLS campaign finalizes the failures of this season, I’m finding it hard to let go.
So the legend goes, coal miners used to bring a caged canary into the mine to monitor for noxious gasses. When you saw the bird keel over, you knew it was time to worry. Does FC Dallas play a similar role in American soccer?
The 2018 season has been the worst in Orlando City’s history, leaving some longtime supporters and season ticket holders heading for the exits in 2019. Why does that matter and what does that mean?
As a long-time detractor of the whole "all-star game thing," I’m doing my best to be excited for the event to come to Orlando.
While Atlanta United, LAFC, and NYCFC redefine expansion success, where can struggling Orlando City look for a historic lesson in its attempt to turn this mess around?
As former Orlando City and Orlando Pride players take up coaching jobs, Central Florida’s development as a soccer capital only strengthens.
As Orlando City jettisons a key piece of its 2018 roster rebuild, it is history, not our uninformed gut-reactions, that will tell the story in the end.
Sometimes the right song says exactly what we can’t.
As Orlando squared up with the Columbus Crew, I couldn’t help but consider the rivalry that could have been after a handful of intense games in 2015.
Watching the World Cup with a historian can be a really complicated affair, especially when it comes to deciding allegiances
MLS is changing. Does the mutual termination of Jason Kreis’ managerial contract mean Orlando City is ready to change with it?
Chris Mueller’s breakout season should remind us not to underestimate the talent available in the college draft, for the team willing to look for it and take a chance.
Video review was introduced to MLS as a fix to the game, instead it has broken it in the worst of ways.
As Zlatan Ibrahimović takes center stage in America, he is playing an important role as the soccer antihero that domestic athletes can’t play.