MLS Regular Season
Colorado Rapids midfielder José Mari is eager for a return to action but insists he will not rush back from an ankle injury which has kept him out of the last two games.
The 26-year-old former Real Zaragoza player turned his left ankle in practice on June 27, a day before the home match with Vancouver Whitecaps. Initial thoughts were that he would be sidelined for up to a month, and that remains the case.
With the Rapids' 19th annual 4thFest in the rearview mirror, the team at the halfway point of the season, and the 2014 FIFA World Cup entering its final few matches, there has been a great deal of conversation about what comes next for American soccer and MLS.
Clint Irwin's double save to keep the Columbus Crew at bay in the 4th of July contest at Dick's Sporting Goods Park has been nominated for MLS 'Save of the Week'.
Any investigating team seeking answers to Friday’s puzzling scene at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park would be helped by 18,432 witness statements.
Forensic experts would quickly establish that the Colorado Rapids and Columbus Crew were known to one another, and that the Crew only took what was due to them, albeit in the form of a gift. Evidence would also lead us to the conclusion that any damage done to the Rapids was self-inflicted.
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – A late blunder from the Colorado Rapids gifted the Columbus Crew a 76th-minute equalizer, and a share of the points, in a Fourth of July duel at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park that featured plenty of late fireworks in front of a sellout crowd.
As part of their benefits package, all Full Season Ticket Holders have the opportunity to be the featured Season Ticket Holder of the Match in 2014.
Victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps last weekend signaled the resumption of MLS action for the Colorado Rapids, which continues this Friday with the home game against Columbus Crew. This meeting with the Crew, on 4th July, is the last home game for the Rapids until the end of the month.