Things picked up around the Sounders Tuesday night at the Clink. Coach Sigi Schmid didn’t feel compelled to use the words “terrible” and “disease” in describing his team’s play. He also didn’t choose to use the word “whoopee.”
Ask every member of the Seattle Sounders FC organization what their goal is in 2013 and you’ll get the same answer. We want the MLS Cup. Yes, Seattle has set attendance records, captured multiple U.S. Open […]
Steve & Bill talk with Jason Churchill from Prospect Insider about Felix Hernandez, Seattle Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid, CBS Sports Rob Rang, CBS Sports Scott Miller, Percy Allen from The Seattle Times, and WSU Basketball […]
For the second straight year, the Seattle Sounders’ season ended prematurely because a brief breakdown in the playoffs proved too much to overcome.
The Galaxy kept the Sounders in third place in the Western Conference with a 1-0 victory Sunday night.
The Sounders (15-7-11, 56 points), who already have clinched their fourth straight MLS playoff berth, climbed into a second-place tie with Real Salt Lake in the Western Conference. Both teams have one game remaining.
Seattle Sounders coach Sigi Schmid was suspended for a game and fined $2,000 by MLS on Friday for comments about the officials during and after his team’s 0-0 tie with Real Salt Lake on Wednesday night.
SEATTLE (AP) — A big night for Andy Rose enabled the Sounders to relax. Rose had a goal and two assists to help Seattle beat Caribbean champion Caledonia AIA of Trinidad and Tobago 3-1 Thursday night in their opening Group Four game in CONCACAF Champions League.