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Political and business leaders in Cincinnati are pushing toward their goal of scoring a Major League Soccer franchise, while in Ohio's capital city, s
Ale Moreno previews the Seattle-Toronto MLS Cup rematch, and believes both sides are even stronger than they were last year.
Returning to MLS Cup this season, the Seattle Sounders have proven their 2016 title was no fluke. Now they can write themselves into league history.
A constantly rotating lineup and an attack force that struggled down the stretch cost Houston a shot at MLS Cup, writes Arch Bell.
Seattle Sounders' veteran center-back Chad Marshall believes this year's team is even better than the one that won MLS Cup last year.
Toronto FC is MLS Cup favorites in name only as the potential loss of Jozy Altidore to injury and a goals drought could hamper it against Seattle.