LA Galaxy campeón de la MLS

El experimento Beckham tuvo un final de cuento de hadas, el Galaxy es campeón.

Cincinnati history of stadium battles shapes FC Cincy reaction

As FC Cincinnati rallies for its own stadium, Columbus' Crew SC -- which is already an MLS team -- gave its city an ultimatum: Build a new stadium or we'll move to Austin.

Cincinnati history of stadium battles shapes FC Cincy reaction

As FC Cincinnati rallies for its own stadium, Columbus' Crew SC -- which is already an MLS team -- gave its city an ultimatum: Build a new stadium or we'll move to Austin.

Cincinnati history of stadium battles shapes FC Cincy reaction

As FC Cincinnati rallies for its own stadium, Columbus' Crew SC -- which is already an MLS team -- gave its city an ultimatum: Build a new stadium or we'll move to Austin.

Cincinnati history of stadium battles shapes FC Cincy reaction

As FC Cincinnati rallies for its own stadium, Columbus' Crew SC -- which is already an MLS team -- gave its city an ultimatum: Build a new stadium or we'll move to Austin.

Foot - MLS - MLS : Columbus pourrait déménager à Austin

Le propriétaire de Columbus (Ohio) a annoncé mardi qu'il réfléchissait à installer la franchise de MLS à Austin (Texas).

Columbus Crew owner may move soccer team to Austin, Texas

FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2017, file photo, Columbus Crew's Ola Kamara reacts after missing a scoring chance during the first half of an MLS soccer game against the Vancouver Whitecaps in Vancouver, British Columbia. The owner of the Crew SC says the team will move to Austin, Texas, unless a new stadium is built in Columbus. Precourt Sports Ventures, owner of the Major League Soccer club since 2013, said it "is exploring strategic options to ensure the long-term viability of the club." (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2017, file photo, Columbus Crew's Ola Kamara reacts after missing a scoring chance during the first half of an MLS soccer game against the Vancouver Whitecaps in Vancouver, British Columbia. The owner of the Crew SC says the team will move to Austin, Texas, unless a new stadium is built in Columbus. Precourt Sports Ventures, owner of the Major League Soccer club since 2013, said it "is exploring strategic options to ensure the long-term viability of the club." (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2017, file photo, Columbus Crew's Ola Kamara reacts after missing a scoring chance during the first half of an MLS soccer game against the Vancouver Whitecaps in Vancouver, British Columbia. The owner of the Crew SC says the team will move to Austin, Texas, unless a new stadium is built in Columbus. Precourt Sports Ventures, owner of the Major League Soccer club since 2013, said it "is exploring strategic options to ensure the long-term viability of the club." (Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

Former U.S. Soccer Presidents, MLS GM Weigh in on Sunil Gulati's Role, Future

U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati is set to dig his heels in and run for re-election in February despite the U.S. men’s failure to qualify for the World Cup. But should Gulati run again?

Few respected soccer people in the U.S. are willing to speak on the record, but former U.S. Soccer presidents Alan Rothenberg and Bob Contiguglia and former Real Salt Lake owner and NBA GM Dave Checketts did speak for public consumption.

Rothenberg said: “Where matters stand now, I don’t see any better candidate even remotely extant. Therefore, [Gulati] should run. If somebody from the outside with tremendous credentials should appear, I might have to take a second look at it. And by the way, I think Sunil would, too. If he could keep his role on the 2026 World Cup and CONCACAF and FIFA, I think he’d be very happy. And running the World Cup would take a heck of a lot of time. But at the same time, it would have to be somebody who was clearly able to take the reins [of U.S. Soccer].”

Contiguglia said he thought Gulati had done a good job overall running the U.S. Soccer board and that he should continue.

Checketts, meanwhile, said: “I do feel that there will be someone who will emerge who has the ability to move the needle here. I think that Sunil should remain involved. I hope he does remain involved. But I would challenge him now to consider stepping aside so that someone else could give it a try. I think [U.S. Soccer] needs a different direction.”

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

U.S. Soccer transfer news: Latest USMNT and Americans Abroad rumors

Goal summarizes the biggest transfer talk involving U.S. players as they look for new homes or steps up in their careers outside of MLS

Major League Soccer side Columbus Crew play at the 20,000-capacity Mapfre Stadium, which opened in 1999 and was the first soccer-specific ground built by an MLS team

Major League Soccer side Columbus Crew play at the 20,000-capacity Mapfre Stadium, which opened in 1999 and was the first soccer-specific ground built by an MLS team (AFP Photo/Jamie Sabau)

An MLS original is threatening to destroy itself

Columbus Crew ownership is considering relocating the club to Austin, Texas.

An MLS original is threatening to destroy itself

Columbus Crew ownership is considering relocating the club to Austin, Texas.

Alberth Elis, nominado a ganar varios premios en la MLS

El hondureño, cedido por Monterrey al Houston Dynam, está nominado a Mejor Recién Llegado y al MVP de la temporada 2017.

Alberth Elis, nominado a ganar varios premios en la MLS

El hondureño, cedido por Monterrey al Houston Dynam, está nominado a Mejor Recién Llegado y al MVP de la temporada 2017.

Reports: Sam Allardyce, Laurent Blanc Interested in USMNT Job

Sam Allardyce and Laurent Blanc are both reportedly interested in the U.S. men's national team manager job, reports ESPN and France Football Magazine (The Sun).

Former team manager Bruce Arena resigned last week after failing to qualify the USMNT for the World Cup for the first time since 1986.

Former England manager Allardyce lost the England job in September 2016 after an investigation from The Telegraph that revealed he used his position to negotiate a deal for advising businessmen on circumventing the Football Association's rules. He took a job with a struggling Crystal Palace team in December 2016, but has since been out of work since last season's end.

Blanc, the former Manchester United star and Paris Saint-Germain manager, has been out of work since stepping down from PSG last year. Unai Emery replaced him.

Blanc coached the French national team from after the team's 2010 World Cup appearance through 2012. He reportedly was contacted about coaching MLS teams this summer.

An MLS original is threatening to destroy itself

Columbus Crew owner confirms team is considering move to Austin

The MLS club could relocate to Texas if it doesn't land a downtown stadium in Columbus