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Anthony Hudson resigns from New Zealand amid Colorado Rapids links

Jefferson Farfan and Christian Ramos propelled Peru to the final spot at Russia 2018 with a 2-0 victory over New Zealand.
New Zealand's Anthony Hudson insisted he's incredibly proud of his team's performance and that the better team won as Peru qualify for the World Cup.

New Zealand head coach Anthony Hudson has resigned a week after his team's loss to Peru in an intercontinental World Cup qualifying playoff.

England-born Hudson, 36, announced his decision in a statement released Thursday by Football New Zealand which said a search for his replacement would begin immediately.

New Zealand won the Oceania World Cup qualifying series but lost to Peru in the intercontinental playoff, drawing 0-0 in the first leg in Wellington and losing the return leg 2-0 in Lima. Hudson...

 By Ian Holyman

Laurent Ciman wants to remain with Montreal Impact beyond 2018

Laurent Ciman is in Belgium training with former club Standard Liege during the MLS' offseason.

Montreal Impact defender Laurent Ciman has told Belgian media he hopes to extend his MLS stay beyond 2018.

The Belgium international, 32, who featured in his country's friendly with Mexico earlier this month, has returned to Europe to train with former club Standard Liege during the MLS offseason.

Ciman, who has a year left on the contract he signed with the Canadian franchise in January 2015, has no intention of returning to Europe, and plans to work on furthering his career in North America when...

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2017 Major League Soccer playoffs schedule and matchups

As focus turns to the conference finals, check out the best goals so far in the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs.
With two stars out for Toronto FC in the first leg, Steve Nicol says Columbus have a chance to put the tie away early.

It's playoff time. Following the conclusion of the 2017 MLS regular season, the postseason is underway ahead of MLS Cup, which is set for Dec. 9 (4 p.m. ET, ESPN and WatchESPN) and will be hosted by the surviving team with the best regular-season record.

All kickoffs are Eastern time zone

Conference Championships

Tuesday, Nov. 21:
East, leg 1 - Columbus Crew SC 0-0 Toronto FC
West, leg 1 - Houston Dynamo 0-2 Seattle Sounders

Wednesday, Nov. 29:
East, leg 2 - Toronto FC vs. Columbus Crew SC - 7:30...


Gregg Berhalter confident Columbus Crew can get a result at BMO Field

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

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus Crew manager Gregg Berhalter called Tuesday's 0-0 tie against Toronto FC in the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals one of the "acceptable results" that he could live with heading into next week's second leg at BMO Field.

"I think overall it was a good game, it was a tactical game," said Berhalter. "It was a difficult match, a typical game where it's going to be decided by something small. And you see that a lot in semifinals and first legs, and I think that was...

Columbus 'has not kept pace' with Major League Soccer - Michael Bradley

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

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley said his team met its stated goal of walking away from the first leg of the Eastern Conference finals "with something," before weighing in on the Crew's future in Columbus.

TFC managed to secure a 0-0 tie against the Crew on a night when it was missing forwards Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco due to suspension. Toronto played a solid first half but then had to withstand a second half push from the Crew that required a stellar save from goalkeeper...