Wednesday, April 1, 2015


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John Smallwood: Given the importance of the national team to the growth of soccer, MLS must make concessions.
If the only MLS action you watched this weekend was the Union's loss to the Fire, you missed some drama.
Union goalkeeper Rais Mbolhi was a World Cup standout last summer, but he didn't feel like one.
Minnesota United will play at a soccer-specific stadium in downtown Minneapolis.
Jesse Marsch's home debut after a tumultuous offseason was an impressive 2-0 victory.
Luis Suarez inspired La Liga leaders Barcelona to a 2-1 home triumph over Real Madrid.
A hot Dallas team extended its season-opening winning streak to three with a 2-0 win over the Union.
Originally set for 7 p.m. Friday, it will now be at 4 p.m. Saturday because of the snowstorm hitting the region.
The contest will be broadcast only on Univision Deportes, with both English and Spanish audio.