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MLS Has Been The Home To 12 World Cup Winners In History — If You Can Name 7 We’ll Be Impressed

As Major League Soccer prepares for the 2021 playoffs and an international break approaches, it’s worth looking back at some of the great international stars who have played in the league. David Beckham, Frank Lampard, Carlos Valderrama and Didier Drogba have all been huge names but have one thing in common: they never won a World Cup. Has an MLS player won the World Cup?

Romeo Beckham Signs Contract With His Daddy’s Sister Club

I can’t imagine the pressure of being the son of two world-famous celebrities. No matter what Romeo Beckham does with his life, it will be nearly impossible to live up to his dad, legendary footballer David Beckham, or his mother, famed Spice Girl/fashion icon Victoria Beckham. You gotta give Romeo credit for trying to follow in his father’s footsteps, even if he’s getting a bit of help from dear old dad in the process.

The Story Behind The Worst (Best?) Photo In MLS History

Brek Shea shirtless, jeans barely hanging on to the footballer’s chiseled abs. A model in lingerie, eyes glassy like she just ate too much Thanksgiving dinner. And a baby donkey, half-asleep and half-aware of the brunette stroking its neck. 

It is, perhaps, the greatest photo in MLS history. I’ll also accept worst photo of all time.

Brek Shea Donkey

The above photo conjures so many questions.

The Joker Sonríe Otra Vez: Rodolfo Pizarro Hace Dos Golazos En Nueva Victoria Del Inter Miami

El primer semestre de Rodolfo Pizarro fue como un papel que se arruga para luego tirarlo a la basura. Bajo rendimiento y lesiones tocaron la puerta del mexicano, al punto de que muchos cuestionaron su futuro en el Inter Miami. Sin embargo, The Joker ha vuelto a sonreír. 

El jugador ha sido clave en las dos últimas victorias del equipo, marcando hace unos días el gol del triunfo ante Chicago Fire (2-3) y anoche liderando con un doblete la victoria por 3-1 sobre el Toronto FC.

Christian Pulisic Transforms Into Florida Man To Take In Florida Derby

Christian Pulisic is living the high life this summer.

After winning the Champions League with Chelsea and Nations League with the U.S., the 22-year-old is traipsing around the country in a manner that, honestly, reminds me a bit of Johnny Manziel after he won the Heisman Trophy with Texas A&M in 2012. Pulisic broke ground on new soccer fields in his home state (the Pulisic Stomping Ground) and has appeared on national broadcasts like Good Morning America and the Daily Show.

MLS Hardest League in the World?? Higuaín Can't Keep Up

Former Argentinian forward Gonzalo Higuaín had low expectations coming to MLS but now is learning to respect the competition. The 33-year-old exclaimed he expected to play with a cigarette in his mouth, it was going to be that easy.

Through seven matches in the 2021 MLS season, Higuaín has four goals and one assist. He was quoted on Christain Vieri's Twitch live stream a few days ago saying, "I thought I would come to MLS and play with a cigarette in my mouth and instead it is difficult."

David Beckham’s Inter Miami Slammed With MLS-Record Fine For Cheating Salary Rules

Major League Soccer levied a $2 million fine on Inter Miami on Friday after an investigation found that the second-year team violated the league's salary budget and roster regulations.

MLS also fined Miami managing owner Jorge Mas $250,000 and suspended former sporting director Paul McDonough through the end of the 2022 season. McDonough was fired by Atlanta United on Friday.

Un Tremendo Error Del Arquero Rival Le Da La Primera Victoria Al Chicago Fire En La MLS

El calor ha llegado a la ciudad de Chicago y también ha llegado la muy necesitada victoria. El Chicago Fire venció en casa al Inter Miami con un marcador de 1-0, en un animado Soldier Field, que contó con un aforo de 10.844 asistentes al juego, superando por casi el doble a su anterior partido en casa contra el Philadelphia Union. 

Tremendous Mistake By Rival Goalkeeper Gives Chicago Fire First MLS Victory

The heat has arrived in the city of Chicago, and so has a much-needed victory. The Chicago Fire defeated Inter Miami at home by a score of 1-0 on Saturday at a lively Soldier Field, which had a crowd of 10,844 in attendance for the game, beating their previous home match numbers against the Philadelphia Union by nearly double.