Golden Team Soccer

FourFourSeconds: It’s the end of the year, and the New York Red Bulls are heading into the final week of their regular season schedule in a tough spot.

They are playing at home against a Houston Dynamo side who have just finished a disappointing 4-0 loss to the LA Galaxy.

The Red Bulls will now face off against Sporting Kansas City, who have a bye week ahead.

This is an important game for Sporting because the team are trying to get into the playoffs.

However, they will also face a Toronto FC side who are looking to make a push for a second consecutive playoff berth.

In order to make the playoffs, the Red Bulls need to win at least one game at home and at least three points on the road.

The team currently have six wins on the season, which includes a 2-1 win against Real Salt Lake.

Sporting Kansas City are currently tied with New York City FC and Chicago Fire in the Eastern Conference, with Sporting trailing the Red Bull by two points.

Sporting also have two games against the Houston Dynamo, which are tied with the Red Wings in the East.

New York CityFC are currently the top-ranked team in the MLS standings with 20 points, but they have two matches remaining against Montreal Impact and Philadelphia Union.

In the last meeting between the teams, New York took the lead through goals from Andrea Pirlo and Michael Bradley, but the Union scored a third-minute equalizer to get the win.

Both teams have been in the midst of a two-game losing streak, and have lost their last four matches.

The Red Bulls and Dynamo have been the only two teams in the league to win consecutive matches.

The Dynamo are currently in first place in the West, but have lost three of their last six matches.

In their last match against the Red Stars, the Dynamo won the game 1-0, and will now have to travel to face Sporting KC to get a shot at their first win since April 6th.

The New York Cosmos have also been in a two game losing streak and are currently three points behind the Red Devils.

The Cosmos are currently on a five game winning streak and have a chance to move closer to their first playoff berth in six years.

The Houston Dynamo are still the only team in MLS with a winning record, and their only loss this season was a 1-1 draw against the Colorado Rapids on April 6.

However they are currently two points behind Seattle Sounders FC in the Supporters’ Shield race, and they face the Chicago Fire at Toyota Stadium on Saturday afternoon.