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 By Matt Pentz

After torching Houston, Jones making his last few weeks in Seattle count

Herculez Gomez does not feel Houston Dynamo have enough firepower to overcome their first leg deficit to Seattle.
Reigning champions Seattle Sounders have one foot in MLS Cup after putting two away goals past Houston.

The most recent two Seattle Sounders seasons, the run to the 2016 MLS Cup championship and now to the brink of another title game, have hinged on pivot points, moments when their campaigns could have decisively broken one way or the other.

Last year, those were obvious: the firing of longtime coach Sigi Schmid and the promotion of Brian Schmetzer; the midseason arrival of playmaking midfielder Nicolas Lodeiro; Clint Dempsey's irregular heartbeat diagnosis and the team's resilient response to...

Vazquez didn't hit his usual heights in Columbus, but don't expect a repeat

Julie Stewart-Binks catches up with Michael Bradley after Toronto FC managed a scoreless first leg at Columbus.
Despite a late rally by Columbus, an opening goal eluded both sides, and they head back to Toronto for a decisive second leg.

Entering Tuesday's Eastern Conference final first leg between Columbus Crew SC and Toronto FC, there was considerable focus on just how well Victor Vazquez would lead the Toronto attack in the absence of the suspended Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco.

Of course, such speculation could easily have been moot had Vazquez received the yellow card he probably deserved for his part in Toronto's collective loss of cool against the New York Red Bulls in their semifinal second leg. But as it was,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Christian Pulisic, Clint Dempsey up for 2017 CONCACAF Player of the Year

Catch the goal of the season from every MLS club in 2017, including strikes from Kaka, David Villa, Giovinco and more.

United States trio Christian Pulisic, Clint Dempsey, and Jozy Altidore have been nominated for the 2017 CONCACAF Player of the Year Award.

Pulisic, who recently said he is still "learning a lot" at Borussia Dortmund, is joined in the nominations by Javier Hernandez -- who joined West Ham in the summer, Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas and Sporting winger Bryan Ruiz.

Philadelphia Union goalkeeper and Jamaica's 2017 Gold Cup hero Andre Blake is also up for the award along with Mexican trio Franco...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Dynamo's Wilmer Cabrera believes in 'miracles' ahead of Sounders 2nd leg

Reigning champions Seattle Sounders have one foot in MLS Cup after putting two away goals past Houston.
Herculez Gomez does not feel Houston Dynamo have enough firepower to overcome their first leg deficit to Seattle.

Houston Dynamo head coach Wilmer Cabrera believes his side can achieve a "miracle" by advancing to the MLS Cup final, despite their 2-0 loss at home to Seattle Sounders.

Goals from Gustav Svensson and Will Bruin secured the Sounders victory against 10-man Dynamo in the first leg of the Western Conference Championship final this week.

Dynamo head into Dec. 1's second leg in Seattle needing to overturn the two-goal lead and win on the road for only the third time this season, but Cabrera has...

San Jose Earthquakes to name Mikael Stahre as manager - sources

After their first playoff appearance in five years, Chris Wondolowski discusses San Jose's progress and his future in MLS.

The San Jose Earthquakes are set to name Mikael Stahre as their manager replacing Chris Leitch, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

The news was first reported by Swedish outlet Expressen. An announcement is expected within the next 48 hours, according to a source.

Stahre, 42, has spent the vast majority of his managerial career in his native Sweden, most recently with BK Hacken, which he led to a fourth-place finish in 2017. He had previously managed Vasby United, AIK, and IFK Goteborg in Sweden....