Sporting Kansas City forward Jacob Peterson (left) collided with DC United’s Sean Franklin collide while heading the ball when the two clubs met May 27 at Children’s Mercy Park. Sporting begins the second half of the MLS season when it hosts the Columbus Crew SC on Sunday at Children’s Mercy Park. “This is our chance to make a move,” Peterson said of the matches ahead.
Sporting Kansas City forward Jacob Peterson (left) collided with DC United’s Sean Franklin collide while heading the ball when the two clubs met May 27 at Children’s Mercy Park. Sporting begins the second half of the MLS season when it hosts the Columbus Crew SC on Sunday at Children’s Mercy Park. “This is our chance to make a move,” Peterson said of the matches ahead. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Sporting Kansas City forward Jacob Peterson (left) collided with DC United’s Sean Franklin collide while heading the ball when the two clubs met May 27 at Children’s Mercy Park. Sporting begins the second half of the MLS season when it hosts the Columbus Crew SC on Sunday at Children’s Mercy Park. “This is our chance to make a move,” Peterson said of the matches ahead. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

As second half of MLS season begins, Sporting KC plays catch-up in playoff race

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