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Major League Soccer

MLS Power Rankings: FC Dallas stays strong, Chicago finally register a win

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman break down Chicago Fire's first win of the season.

FC Dallas remained atop ESPN's Power Rankings, but the chasing pack -- led by the resurgent New York Red Bulls as well as the Vancouver Whitecaps -- is gaining ground...

1. FC Dallas (no change)

Home draws are usually nothing to celebrate, but after playing a man down after the 17th minute against Seattle, FCD will take the point and move on. A bigger question surrounds the health of Mauro Diaz, who was missing from the 18-man roster against the Sounders.

2. New York Red Bulls (+7)

Mike Grella bagged...

 By Jason Davis

MLS making history for all the wrong reasons as intn'l break causes havoc

Watch all the best highlights and moments from around Major League Soccer, including DC United's late winner over the LA Galaxy.

Before a ball was ever kicked in Week 4 of the MLS season, the moaning about international absences threatened to drown out any excitement about the latest round of games.

The moaners had a point: With 57 MLS players away with their national teams, games that would otherwise be highly anticipated marquee showings ended up being downgraded to something much less. Considering the low expectations heading into the weekend, we probably got what we deserved.

Overall, these absences certainly loomed...

Rafael van der Vaart: Hamburg decision to let me go is not a problem

Peter Knabel was unveiled as German Bundesliga strugglers SV Hamburg's interim head coach until the end of the current season.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes that first-team games are key for Julian Green's growth, while Shaka Hislop adds that the pressure on the teenager to perform continues to build.

Rafael van der Vaart said he understood Hamburg's decision not to extend his stay as he was again linked with a move to MLS club Sporting Kansas City.

Midfielder Van der Vaart will not be offered a new contract when his current deal with the Bundesliga strugglers expires at the end of the season.

The 32-year-old former Spurs midfielder told Bild: "It's not a problem and also no surprise.

"Maybe it's better for both sides. There is a time to come and a time to go."

Earlier this month, Sporting Kansas...