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Club America throw down gauntlet in CONCACAF Champions League

Osvaldo Martinez and Club America are one step closer to their sixth CONCACAF championship following Wednesday's 3-0 win at Saprissa.
Osvaldo Martinez and Club America are one step closer to their sixth CONCACAF championship following Wednesday's 3-0 win at Saprissa.

The first legs of the CONCACAF Champions League are in the books with two teams -- Club America and Alajuelense -- all but booked for the semifinals, while the other two series are still very much up for grabs. Here are five takeaways from the week that was in the CCL.

1. Club America ruthlessly punish Saprissa

For a good stretch Saprissa were the dominant of the two sides in their Wednesday encounter with America. Playing in front of a frenzied crowd, the Costa Ricans swarmed the Mexican champions...

Dilly Duka nets double as Montreal Impact hold Pachuca to draw

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PACHUCA, Mexico -- Midfielder Dilly Duka found the back of the net twice as the Montreal Impact played to a 2-2 draw with Pachuca FC in the first leg of their CONCACAF quarterfinal match on Tuesday.

Duka drove past two Pachuca defenders and took a clear shot from just outside the penalty area in the 25th minute. He added his second of the match in the 53rd minute.

Pachuca's Ariel Nahuelpan Osten tied the game in the 68th minute. Heriberto Olvera scored on a free kick in the 57th to cut Montreal's...

DC United, America seek CONCACAF Champions League semifinals

After winning a CONCACAF championship in 1998 as a DC United player, Ben Olsen is looking to pull off the same feat as the club's coach.
After winning a CONCACAF championship in 1998 as a DC United player, Ben Olsen is looking to pull off the same feat as the club's coach.

For the first time since the 2010-11 edition, the CONCACAF Champions League will begin its quarterfinal round in the month of February, much to the dismay of Major League Soccer sides Montreal Impact and DC United. While their quarterfinal counterparts from Costa Rica, Mexico and Honduras are well into their respective campaigns, the MLS pair will play their first official matches of 2015 this week, making their first-leg contests away from home that much more challenging. Here's a look inside...

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Sources: Red Bulls trade clears way to add Sacha Kljestan

The ESPN FC crew discuss the unexpected sacking of NY Red Bulls coach, Mike Petke.
Sacha Kljestan is set to return to MLS with the Red Bulls after they acquired the league's top allocation ranking.

The New York Red Bulls completed a trade on Tuesday that will allow them to sign U.S. national team player Sacha Kljestan within days, sources confirmed to ESPN FC.

The Red Bulls sent left-back Ambroise Oyongo and midfielder Eric Alexander to the Montreal Impact in exchange for midfielder Felipe, allocation money and an international player spot for the 2015 season.

But the Red Bulls also received the first spot in the MLS allocation ranking, which determines which MLS clubs have the first...

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Belgian defender Laurent Ciman signs with Montreal Impact

Laurent Ciman will leave Standard Liege to join the Montreal Impact.

Belgium international centre-back Laurent Ciman has signed a three-year deal with the Montreal Impact, the MLS club announced on Thursday.

Ciman, who joins Montreal on a free transfer from Belgian club Standard Liege, will not be a designated player, despite his international profile.

Standard Liege agreed to terminate his existing contract and allow him to leave after Ciman requested the move in part to seek medical care in Canada for his daughter, who is autistic.

"I'm very excited to join the...