The three points earned last week against Chivas USA keeps Sporting Kansas City upright in the ever-constricting Eastern Conference playoff race. Now, will it be enough to stretch beyond KC’s impending bye-week and steady the ship for the last five games of the regular season?
Sporting Kansas City is in a funk having lost four in a row. The Supporters’ Shield — for all intents and purposes — is likely out of reach. A match against one of the league’s worst teams is a must win to stop the slide.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks in Sporting Land. A four-game losing streak and an uninspiring East Coast road trip has seen KC fall out of the Supporters’ Shield race and fall back into the playoff scrum in the Eastern Conference. With just six games to go in the season, the natives are justifiably getting a little bit restless.
Sporting Kansas City is stuck in the middle of a nightmare stretch of results that has seen its once-vaunted defense torn to shreds in three consecutive games. Can they stop the stacked attack of the New York Red Bulls?
The U.S. national women’s soccer team was drawn into Group A for the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which will be played from Oct. 15-26. The U.S. team will take on Trinidad & Tobago at Sporting Park at 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 15.
Former Sporting Kansas City forward Kei Kamara has left the club Middlesbrough after a turbulent year. While many in KC would welcome back the fan favorite, there are a few obstacles blocking the path.
Tuesday is National Dog Day, and it is apparent that Sporting Kansas City’s Matt Besler and Graham Zusi love their dogs. They talked about the pooches in a video and Besler and his dog are in a Minsky’s Pizza commercial.
After weeks of grinding out results with a lineup beset by injuries, untimely suspensions, timely late goals and surprisingly poor home form, Sporting Kansas City produced a four-goal explosion against Toronto.
Despite Kansas City’s recent run of success, its vaunted defense has started to show a few cracks. Can Peter Vermes get them patched up in time for a rematch with one of KC’s toughest opponents this season?