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Bob Bradley exclusive interview: LAFC is 'what I want to do from here on out'

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down the best in MLS with his weekly awards.
Bradley is excited to get to work with LAFC, a project that fits his current state of mind.

It was Friedrich Nietzsche -- and Rustin "Rust" Cohle from HBO's "True Detective" -- who said, "Time is a flat circle." Everything we do, we'll do over and over again, forever. As Bob Bradley takes on the head-coaching job with Los Angeles FC, it seems he's intent on proving that theory correct.

To be clear, Bradley has the most unique managerial career of any American. He's coached two different national teams on two different continents (the U.S. and Egypt). He remains one of the few Americans...

Onalfo couldn't transition Galaxy from brand names to youth, and it cost him

Steve Nicol feels Sigi Schmid is the perfect man to steer the Galaxy in the right direction after Curt Onalfo's sacking.

After the news broke, the only surprise was the timing of it. Following half a season of indifference and a curdling atmosphere at home games, Curt Onalfo was out as LA Galaxy coach. Sigi Schmid was in.

Schmid, the winningest coach in MLS history, has been waiting in California for his next call since being sacked a year and a day ago by Seattle -- and on Thursday morning, it came.

You can only imagine how Onalfo must have felt knowing Schmid was nearby and available while his team struggled...

 By Matt Pentz

Seattle Sounders, LA Galaxy's MLS rivalry diluted amid a downturn

A look back at Seattle Sounders' and LA Galaxy's form going into their showdown this Saturday night.
A look back at Seattle Sounders' and LA Galaxy's form going into their showdown this Saturday night.
A look back at Seattle Sounders' and LA Galaxy's form going into their showdown this Saturday night.

To Brad Evans, the long-standing feud between his Seattle Sounders and the LA Galaxy peaked in late 2014.

Over the span of six weeks from October through late November, Seattle and Los Angeles met four times, home and away, first to decide that year's Supporters' Shield and then to crown a Western Conference champion.

The Sounders triumphed first, winning the Shield on the final day of the regular season, but the Galaxy came out on top come playoff time. L.A. advanced via the most narrow of margins...

Success of Chicago, Toronto shows MLS clubs must adapt or be left behind

From Hector Villalba's game winner to Kyle Beckerman's long-distance strike, relive the goal fest that was Week 20.

It has been a strangely undefined MLS season so far. Or at least, there has been a sense that traditional balances of power no longer hold sway, even as it remains unclear exactly where or how the new power bases are going to develop.

Of course, there has been the much-noted shift of emphasis from West to East, with Chicago and Toronto looking like the two class teams of the league. Even the Western front-runners, FC Dallas and Sporting Kansas City, are as notable for their flaws as for their...

 By Arch Bell

Can the Vancouver Whitecaps complete a Cascadian MLS Cup treble?

Go behind the scenes with Vancouver Whitecaps youngster Alphonso Davies as he earns his Canadian citizenship.
Jeremy Ebobisse scored his first MLS goal, and Sebastian Blanco bagged the winner for Portland in Vancouver.

Judging by the furrowed brow on your face after reading the title of this piece, I can see that you are skeptical.

While a Vancouver Whitecaps MLS Cup triumph in 2017 would neatly complete a Cascadia treble on the heels of Portland and Seattle's conquests in 2015 and 2016, respectively, you are wondering how the sixth-place team in the Western Conference at present could survive the playoffs and then knock off, say, a Toronto FC or Chicago Fire to win MLS Cup.

You also are ready to question...

Barcelona bring star power to NYC event as they work to expand brand

Steve Nicol evaluates Philippe Coutinho's future with Liverpool amid his links with Barcelona.

NEW YORK -- "Visca Catalunya," was the shout from the back of Smithfield Hall. It came from a solitary voice but was soon joined by the rest of the 150 people enjoying the free bar on West 25th Street in New York. Friday's event was not for Catalan independence, though, but for The Official NYC FC Barcelona Penya to celebrate Barca's stay just outside the city, at the Sheraton Hotel in Parsippany, New Jersey. Moments later, on the eve of the club's International Champions Cup opener against Juventus,...