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The Union have shown signs that they are capable of being an elite MLS club, but they need to win.
1990 marked the first time in 40 years that an American squad reached soccer's biggest stage.
David Moyes paid the price for the club's spectacular and sudden decline in his 10 months in charge.
Manchester United may have now realized just how reliant its dominance was on Alex Ferguson.
David Moyes lacked the gravitas to run Manchester United, one of the biggest jobs in club soccer.
Former Manchester United star Gary Neville criticized his old team for its handing of David Moyes' dismissal.
Manchester United sit in seventh place with no hope of Champions League football next season.
Ryan Giggs, installed as temporary player-coach, is destined to be the full-time manager at some point.
New York City FC will play homes games at Yankee Stadium during its first season in 2015.
A 2-0 home victory for the Clarets over Wigan sealed automatic promotion to the top tier.
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