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  • Johnson scores late goal, Fire tie Crew 2-2 (The Associated Press)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Jason Johnson scored 4 minutes into stoppage time to give the Chicago Fire a 2-2 tie with the Columbus Crew on Friday night.

  • Fire-Crew Preview (The Associated Press)

    The Chicago Fire have endured a roller-coaster ride of a season as coach Frank Yallop searches for solutions with two of his top players still on the mend. Last Friday's 2-all draw at New York City FC marked the latest disappointment after Yallop's club blew a two-goal lead by allowing goals in extra time at the end of each half. Fellow forward Patrick Nyarko also hasn't played after undergoing surgery in November for a torn ACL.

  • Earthquakes beat 10-man Crew 2-0 (The Associated Press)

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- Chris Wondolowski scored his 99th MLS goal and the San Jose Earthquakes beat 10-man Columbus Crew 2-0 on Saturday night.

  • Crew-Earthquakes Preview (The Associated Press)

    While they certainly haven't had trouble scoring at home, the Columbus Crew haven't found the formula to replicating that production on the road. They'll try again to discover it as they go for their first road win Saturday night against the San Jose Earthquakes, who are looking forward to their first home match since early April. Kei Kamara had two goals and Federico Higuain added a score as Columbus beat visiting Seattle 3-2 last Saturday. Columbus, though, has been shut out three times in going 0-2-2 on the road this year.

  • Crew, defender Hernan Grana mutually agree to part ways (The Associated Press)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The Columbus Crew has mutually agreed to part ways with defender Hernan Grana, granting the player's wish to return home to address family issues in Argentina.

  • RSL’s Rimando hits the century mark (Reuters)

    (Reuters) - Real Salt Lake ended the Chicago Fire’s three-game win streak at home with goals early in the first and second half from Alvaro Saborio and Luke Mulholland for a 2-1 road victory on Saturday. The win marked the 100th for goalkeeper Nick Rimando with Real Salt Lake. He yielded a late penalty kick goal from Chicago’s Jeff Larentowicz. In other action, Diego Valeri, seeing his first action of the 2015 after undergoing knee surgery in October, scored in the 70th minute to give the visiting Portland Timbers a 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact.

  • Columbus beats Seattle at home for first time, 3-2 (The Associated Press)

    Kei Kamara scored two goals and the Columbus Crew beat Seattle 3-2 on Saturday night for their first home victory against the Sounders. Columbus (4-3-2) is 1-3-1 at home against Seattle (5-3-1). Kamara headed home Waylon Francis' cross in the 10th minute to open the scoring for Columbus. Seattle's Clint Dempsey tied it 1 in the 24th minute.

  • Sounders-Crew Preview (The Associated Press)

    There aren't many clubs that can keep pace offensively with the Seattle Sounders' duo of Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins. While the Columbus Crew may lack comparable names in terms of clout, they'll put their production at home up against anyone. The problem is they've never won a home match against the Sounders, who are returning to Columbus with plenty of the Crew's history in tow. The league's top scoring pair meets the top home scoring team Saturday night with Seattle seeking a fourth straight win and fourth in five trips to Columbus.