1. Carlo Ancelotti, Aurelio De Laurentiis & Napoli Are In Complete Chaos

    Carlo Ancelotti, Aurelio De Laurentiis & Napoli Are In Complete Chaos

    Nov 14, 2019

    It’s hard to believe that only as far back as April 22, 2018, Napoli beat Juventus 1-0 in Turin to move top of the table with only four games remaining. Maurizio Sarri — himself now in charge at Juve — had broken the club record points total in each of the previous two campaigns, and would do so again in 2017-18, but the Naples men ultimately finished second, albeit with yet another unseen total of 91 points.

  2. Canada Has An Opportunity To Prove Their Standing On Friday Against USMNT

    Canada Has An Opportunity To Prove Their Standing On Friday Against USMNT

    Nov 12, 2019

    This is the moment of truth for Canada's men's national team. 

  3. Concacaf Nations League Returns For Final Group State In November

    Concacaf Nations League Returns For Final Group State In November

    Nov 11, 2019

    After nearly a month of waiting for the Concacaf Nations League to kick back into gear, the tournament is finally back this week with the final two matchdays in group play. 

  4. Seattle Sounders & Toronto FC Clash With The MLS Cup On The Line

    Seattle Sounders & Toronto FC Clash With The MLS Cup On The Line

    Nov 8, 2019

    Just over a week after the Seattle Sounders and Toronto FC went on the road and upset the favorites, MLS Cup 2019 is on the horizon as the 24th season in league history comes to a close. CenturyLink Field in Seattle will be the epicenter on Sunday at 3 PM when the two sides face off in the MLS Cup final for the third time in the past four years. 

  5. Paulo Fonseca & The Unlikely Resurgence Of AS Roma In Serie A

    Paulo Fonseca & The Unlikely Resurgence Of AS Roma In Serie A

    Nov 7, 2019

    It wasn’t supposed to be like this.

  6. Potential USMNT Contributors From The Nations League Pre-Camp

    Potential USMNT Contributors From The Nations League Pre-Camp

    Nov 6, 2019

    November 15 could be a day of reckoning for Gregg Berhalter and the United States men's national team. After last month's 2-0 defeat to Canada — the first loss to their neighbors in 35 years — Berhalter needs a win in Orlando to help rectify the USA's position in the first-ever Concacaf Nations League. Anything other than a win would mean that Canada will advance to the semifinals, a shocking result for the U.S.