2022 MLS Match Preview
Previews of all the 2022 MLS matches, particularly for Sporting Kansas City.
Two games to go and Sporting Kansas City turn their eyes to spoiling the seasons of others.
Let’s figure out what there is to play for on Saturday.
Maybe the most important game in Sporting KC’s efforts not to ‘win’ the Wooden Spoon go down Tuesday.
No Nagamura in this rematch as the former SKC player and SKC II coach was fired this week.
A quick rematch to a game that helped turn KC’s season around a bit.
One more name is off the injury report.
A critical wooden spoon matchup, or long-shot playoff battle, it depends how you choose to look at it.
An upgraded injury report?! Finally!!
Eight games to go in a forgettable 2022.
How should Sporting KC approach the rest of the year for roster decisions?
Two weeks later and there is a rematch. Can Kansas City get their revenge?
Two new names added to the official report.
10 games to go in a miserable 2022 season for Sporting Kansas City. No time like the present to snag a few wins.
One new name added to the Sporting KC injury report (and presumably a half-dozen guys who are completely exhausted).
Sporting Kansas City look to bounce back on short rest.
Our old friend Ilie Sanchez brings his first place Los Angeles FC back to Kansas City.
Lots of news around injuries, suspensions and immigration progress.
Man I hate RSL. But lets update you on their stats, form, transactions and more ahead of Sunday.
An unfortunate new addition to the injury report. Plus an update on the international signings and one injury upgrade (but not removal) from the report.
The #roaddron will be in full effect for the nationally broadcast, midweek, ‘rivalry’ game.
Will the new signings be ready to go?
Would you believe the last time these teams met was 2019 and it’s the highest scoring SKC game in history?
Who can we expect to see against the New York Red Bulls with yet another new injury on the report?
A potential US Open Cup final preview??
Hey, only one new name on the injury report. That’s what I call progress!
Can Sporting Kansas City make it two road wins in a row (and three wins home/away in all competitions)?
Two returning forwards, but of course new names on the injury report yet again.
Sporting Kansas City try to stop the bleeding with a tough road trip to Nashville. Hey, they play up to their competition (in the past), right?
Can Ndenbe out battle Revs’ talented right back Brandon Bye?