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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Seattle 1 1 1 4
7 Colorado 1 1 1 4
8 LA Galaxy 1 0 2 3
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Tim Howard: Injury 'not an issue' ahead of U.S.'s 'huge' World Cup qualifiers

Tim Howard is amazed with Clint Dempsey's recovery and happy to once again play under Bruce Arena.
FC's Herculez Gomez reveals his projected XI for the US against Honduras, and makes the case for John Brooks inclusion.
With Brad Guzan out of the U.S. squad, Shaka Hislop says Tim Howard is ready to get back in goal after his injury.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Goalkeeper Tim Howard says he feels confident that he's recovered sufficiently from groin surgery, and he's ready to help the U.S. national team get back to winning ways in Friday's World Cup qualifier against Honduras.

The U.S. currently sits last in the final Hexagonal round after dropping matches to Mexico and Costa Rica in November. The U.S. has never started the final round of qualifying with two defeats since CONCACAF adopted the current format for the 1998 World Cup qualifying...

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MLS: 36 goals in 90 seconds

From Benny Feilhaber's stunner to Portland's second-half surge, relive all the goals from MLS's third week in 90 seconds.

Atlanta United puts four past Chicago; Montreal rallies for draw vs. NYCFC

Atlanta put on another show-stopping performance of their early MLS career, battering the Chicago Fire 4-0.

Josef Martinez scored a pair of second-half goals and Atlanta United turned in another dominating performance, beating the Chicago Fire 4-0 for its first home victory on Saturday.

Before a raucous crowd of 45,000, expansion United jumped ahead four minutes into the game from an own-goal by Chicago's Brandon Vincent. Julian Russell's attempted cross from the right side of the penalty area deflected off Vincent, right past goalkeeper Jorge Bava.

Atlanta poured it on after half-time against a team...