Sporting Director and Head Coach Gregg Berhalter joined MLSsoccer.com's ExtraTime Radio podcast yesterday to talk about the Crew's new direction heading into the offseason.
On Veterans Day, the Crew and its players took to Twitter to honor the sacrifice of those serving in the United States military.
— Columbus Crew (@ColumbusCrew) November 11, 2013
Happy Veterans Day to all the men and women who served our great country & ones who presently defend our freedom each day. #truesacrifice
— Ethan Finlay (@EthanFinlay13) November 11, 2013
Forever grateful and many thanks to our veterans. Can't be stressed enough. ❤
— Eric Gehrig (@eGehrig16) November 11, 2013
Happy Veterans Day! Thanks too all the people who risk their lives for our freedom! #Respect
— Kyle Hyland (@KyleHyland31) November 11, 2013
Crew attackers Federico Higuaín and Jairo Arrieta have advanced on to the Round of 16 in MLSsoccer.com's 2013 Latino del Año competition. In the first knockout round, Higuaín will square off against Budweiser Golden Boot winner Camilo of Vancouver Whitecaps FC and Arrieta will challenge the Colorado Rapids' Hendry Thomas.
Voting in the Round of 16 runs through 11:59 p.m. ET on November 10.
Though the First Team’s season has come to an end, the final Black & Gold match of 2013 is taking place tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. ET at the Crew’s Obetz Training Facility. A side composed of Academy players and guest players will lineup against trialists for newly minted NASL side Indy 11. The game is being opened to the public, so fans interested in attending are welcome to watch the Crew one final time this year. Those making the trip should park in the lot on the training complex’s west side between the two practice fields, accessing the facility through the center gate. Fans are asked to sit on the bleachers on the opposite side of the team benches.
Federico Higuaín's chips against the New York Red Bulls and Toronto FC are among the final tallies revealed in MLSSoccer.com's AT&T Goal of the Year competition. Higuaín's Week-24 chip over New York 'keeper Luis Robles lands in Group M with TFC's Jonathan Osorio' s left-footed strike against the Red Bulls, Whitecaps FC's Kenny Miller's top-corner tally against the New England Revolution and the Colorado Rapids' Gabriel Torres' left-footed laser versus Vancouver. The Argentine's second jaw-dropping chip to help down Toronto FC in Week 25 is up against the Portland Timbers' Kalif Alhassan's volley versus Toronto, Red Bull midfielder Tim Cahill's seven-second strike against the Houston Dynamo and Sporting KC midfielder Benny Feilhaber's rip against Colorado.
Voting for Groups M-P ends on Wednesday, November 6 at 11:59 p.m. ET.