Didier Drogba is in the twilight of his career, but that hasn’t stopped him from innovating. Look at this ingenious technique applied during Montreal’s playoff win against Columbus tonight. Magisterial!
Didier Drogba, one of our favorite players over the years who’s nonetheless closer to middle age than the middle of his playing prime, gave some of the gentle yet unambiguous real talk that former European stars cashing checks in MLS are prone to hand down from time to time. Surprise surprise, he doesn’t think the…
I don’t know what’s more endearing: the way Didier Drogba coaxes these Montreal Impact academy kids into an impromptu dance circle, or the way the kids take to it with such gusto. Drogba may well have found his second calling.
Lest you think the World Cup is the only soccer event going on, let this Jack McInerney golazo in last night's Houston Dynamo-Montreal Impact match remind you that yes, MLS is currently in season, too.
I have no clue how this worked for Hassoun Camara, beyond the goalkeeper error cited by the commentator. But it did!
This goal came off a corner kick in the 88th minute to put the New York Red Bulls up 2-0 on the Montreal Impact.
While Glendale and Gary Bettman flounder about, there's already a deal in place to move the Coyotes to Winnipeg. Meanwhile Montreal has been tapped to join MLS, and, oh look, they've already got a team. Shit, America, get it together.