NWSB Insider and Seattle Sounders writer Clinton Bell brings us his 5 fearless predictions for the upcoming Seattle Sounders FC 2013 season. Clinton thinks that once Eddie Johnson is up top all alone, the goals will start coming, and that will make the loan of Freddy Montero to Millonarios that much easier for the fans. Also, a top eight spot in the CCL, a return to form in the Cascadia Cup, a changing of the guard out west, and the importance of adding Sharlie Joseph to this years squad, even if it meant losing an important DP role.
Our man Josh Dougherty has his finger firmly on the pulse of the Seattle Sounders in the 2012 season of MLS soccer. This time out, Josh gives us his match preview of the matchup vs. L.A. Galaxy. Josh points out In the first 3 seasons of Seattle’s MLS existence, LA was the perpetual thorn in their side. Matches seemed to always result in a loss. The Sounders only have 4 wins away from home this year, they’d love one on Sunday.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC Blogger C-Mac is back with his matchday summary between your Whitecaps FC and Toronto FC in the Amway Canadian Championships. The Whitcaps almost lost this game, if not for the late game heroics of Eric Hassli, the ‘Caps would be down a goal going into leg #2 of this final series. With their first ever CONCACAF Champions League berth on the line, the Whitcaps need a victory in Toronto…
NWSB insider Clinton Bell brings us news from the MLS this week and his 2012 Seattle Sounders season preview. He pointsout the forward position is another one that the Sounders will have depth at. Fredy Montero will be able to be a lot more creative this season as he will not be the lone go to guy for the Sounders for scoring. The addition of Eddie Johnson will mean an added scorer. Michael Gspurning is in net.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Sounders blogger Clinton Bell breaks down his Love Em & Hate Em recap from Wednesday night’s game between Santos Laguna vs. Seattle Sounders FC. The Sounders passed the ball, and kept control for much of the first 45 minutes. Osvaldo Alonso was his usual self, winning a lot of balls in the midfield. With the 2-1 win in their belts, the Sounders will now travel to Mexico next Wednesday