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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Atlanta 15 10 9 55
5 Columbus 16 6 12 54
6 NY Red Bulls 14 8 12 50
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Columbus city leaders' meeting with MLS, Precourt leave sides frustrated

Ale Moreno believes someone is lying after the mayor of Columbus and the team owner emerged with very different stories after their meeting.
Columbus Crew SC took a giant step toward the Eastern Conference Final, routing NYCFC at home amid possible relocation.

A meeting to try to keep Columbus Crew SC from moving the franchise to Austin, Texas ended in acrimony on Tuesday.

The meeting, held in New York, was attended by Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and Alex Fischer, president and CEO of the Columbus Partnership, a consortium of Columbus business leaders. Also in attendance was Crew SC owner Anthony Precourt and MLS commissioner Don Garber.

Mayor Ginther and Fischer were hoping to convince Precourt and MLS that there is a way to keep the Crew in Columbus....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Crew's Ola Kamara gets long-awaited recall to Norway squad

Major League Soccer: Ola Kamara (6') Columbus Crew SC 1-0 New York City FC
Ola Kamara discusses the impact of Columbus' fans and what Crew SC need to do to finish off New York City FC.

Ola Kamara will prepare for Columbus Crew SC's next test in the MLS playoffs by playing for Norway over the international break.

Norway called up Kamara for their upcoming friendlies against Macedonia and Slovakia, ending a three-year wait for the striker to be recalled to his national team.

Kamara, 28, had not been called up since moving to MLS, and he had recently spoken of his frustration on being left out of the Norway squad despite his fine form.

"Now I have had two strong seasons that are better...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Columbus eliminates NYCFC; Toronto beats NYRB; Houston shocks Portland

New York Red Bulls were winners in a cagey, ill-tempered second leg in Canada, but Toronto FC still advanced on aggregate.

Toronto FC lost the second leg of its Eastern Conference semifinal second leg against New York Red Bulls 1-0, but still advanced on away goals as the tie ended 2-2 on aggregate.

Toronto came into the match holding a 2-1 advantage from the first leg in Harrison, New Jersey, with the two away goals giving Greg Vanney's team the upper hand from the off.

The hosts' best early chance came right before the 10-minute mark, when Jozy Altidore found space in the New York penalty area after a driving run,...