All Star Break: mls Supporters shield standings ya dig?

 

Now before the MLS all-stars take on a Real Madrid team that could care less about this game, here are the current standings in the race for the Supporters Shield.



Toronto FC                                                                                                                 

They have the best record, the best player, and have yet to lose at home. This was an easy one.

Chicago Fire

Ever Since Sebastian Schweinsteiger joined the club, they’ve been climbing up the table. The dude is solid and he’s making the rest of the team better.

New York City FC

With David Villa and the up and coming rise of Jack Harrison, the NYC football club has been consistent all year while tallying 40 goals in the process.

Sporting Kansas City

They lost their biggest scoring threat but zero losses at home with a pretty decent fan based will keep the ball rolling. Get it?

New York Red Bulls

They were good, then they were bad, now they’re good again. Bradley Wright-Phillips is starting to improve after a slow start for his standards. 

Atlanta United FC

One of the new guys on the block, the league leading goal scorers are in a territory that they’ve been consistently all year. I don’t think it’ll last. 

FC Dallas

Right behind Sporting Kansas City in the Western Conference race, they’ve shown great stuff at times, but have looked like ass on other occasions. Hashtag consistency?

Houston Dynamo

A surprise dominance at the start of the season, the team has really struggled on the road; and I mean they haven’t won a fucking game away from home.

Columbus Crew SC

Thank you sweet baby Jesus for their home record because with seven loss on the road, they are tied for the 2nd worse away record.

Portland Timbers

Fox and Wink are Timbers fans so I guess I’ll say something nice. Nope; can’t do it. I fucking hate the Timbers.

Seattle Sounders FC

Up and down and up and down through most of the seasons, they’re riding a 6 game unbeaten streak going into the break. The defending MLS cup champs are no stranger to starting slow and finishing strong. Fuck the Timbers.

Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Typically they are behind the other Cascadia rivals, but a little outside the top 10 is appropriate. Still, fuck the Timbers.

Orlando City SC

With players like Kaka and the addition to Dwyer, I can see the Lions make a pretty decent run in the second half of the season.

San Jose Earthquakes

A decent home record and an abysmal away record has them somewhat in the conversation. A mid-level team at best. 

New England Revolution

Really good home record, really bad away record. Figure it out guys.

Philadelphia Union

Probably a better team their record shows; I see them righting the ship as the season progresses. They need to find some goal scorers though.

Real Salt Lake

Some of the players probably wish there was more alcohol in the “no drinking” capital of the U.S. A very off year for a team that is always in the mix.

Montreal impact

Sometimes I forget they are an MLS team. They’ve beaten good teams and have lost to bad ones. Eh.

LA Galaxy

Good luck with Sigi; I mean it. Good luck.

Minnesota United FC

Acceptable home record; zero wins on the road.

Colorado Rapids

Acceptable home record; zero wins on the road.

D.C. United

Shit at home; shit on the road. I blame trump.

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-Mack

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