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Villa leads the way in Audi Player Index

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David Villa tops Audi Player Index

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David Villa leads NYCFC to derby win to stay on top of Audi Player Index

NYCFC picked up just their second ever win in the Hudson River Derby with a 2-0 victory at Red Bull Arena.

David Villa led New York City FC to a 2-0 Hudson River derby win over the New York Red Bulls on Saturday, remaining on top of the Audi Player Index.

Villa is tied for third in MLS with 10 goals this season. He shares the league lead with 16 goals-plus-assists, tied with Nemanja Nikolic and David Accam. Nikolic is the MLS goals leader with 14 this season.

Villa is averaging an MLS-best 6.8 touches per 90 minutes in the attacking penalty area. He also leads the league with 70 shots. His 4.4...

Replacing Kinnear with Leitch is a gamble for San Jose's playoff hopes

Herculez Gomez discusses the firing of Dominic Kinnear, the U.S. Gold Cup roster and Clint Dempsey's impact against Portland.
Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman discuss the talking points around MLS, including the firing of Earthquakes coach, Dominic Kinnear.

SAN JOSE, California -- Chris Wondolowski stood before the assembled media less than 36 hours after Dominic Kinnear had been fired as manager of the San Jose Earthquakes and replaced by technical director Chris Leitch. Wondolowski spoke of how much Kinnear meant to him and the immense impact the coach had on his career.

"I didn't see it coming," he said of Kinnear's ousting by GM Jesse Fioranelli. "I owe Dom where I am today, and [assistant John Spencer]. It's definitely tough."

Wondolowski...

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Who scored the goal of Week 17 in MLS? Vote now!

Relive the top goals from Week 17 throughout Major League Soccer.

Ike Opara, David Accam, Fafa Picault, Jack Harrison or Patrick Nyarko -- who scored the MLS Goal of the Week?

Watch the highlights for all of the entries, then vote! The poll is open until Thursday.

Follow @ESPNFC on Twitter to keep up with the latest football updates.

 By Jason Davis

Toronto, Chicago and SKC continue runs atop MLS Power Rankings

NYCFC picked up just their second ever win in the Hudson River Derby with a 2-0 victory at Red Bull Arena.

It's mostly "as you were" for the Power Rankings this week. Toronto FC maintained the top spot with a gritty win, while Chicago and Sporting Kansas City kept pace with impressive victories of their own.

1. Toronto FC (no change): Two-day turnaround off a Canadian Cup match proved to be no problem for the best team in MLS in a comprehensive 2-0 win over New England.

2. Chicago Fire (no change): Chicago's 4-0 destruction of Orlando is the latest evidence that the Fire project has produced an MLS contender.

 By Arch Bell

New York City FC taking over Big Apple rivalry with Red Bulls?

From Jack Harrison's brilliant derby finish to David Accam's hat trick, relive every MLS goal from week 17.

Another installment of MLS Rivalry Week has come and gone. Here's who stood out for the right and wrong reasons.

Heroes

While they did get a win last season in a New York derby, there was a sense that this past Saturday's 2-0 victory in Red Bull Arena for New York City FC signaled a power shift in the Big Apple. NYCFC were clearly better than their city rivals, with Yangel Herrera and Alexander Ring dominating the midfield, while an organized, composed defense nullified Bradley Wright-Phillips....

 By Matt Pentz

Clint Dempsey silences the Providence Park faithful once more

Clint Dempsey came on as a sub and scored in stoppage time to help Seattle steal a point against bitter rivals Portland.

PORTLAND, Ore. -- In retirement, most former athletes long for the cheers, the waves of adulation. Roger Levesque misses the silence.

Few players in the history of the Sounders-Timbers rivalry ever inspired the antipathy as Levesque did during his playing days, in part because he so clearly relished playing the villain.

There was joy to be found in playing at home, as well, using positivity as motivational fuel. Yet there was something profound in the hush of an enemy stadium in the wake of an especially...