Below are the top vote getters so far in All-Star voting. The guys need your help! Get your text fingers ready and #VoteCrew.
You can vote online at MLSSoccer.com or by texting each player's last name to 22442. Voting is open until July 2nd with the 10 players receiving the highest number of votes to be named to the All-Star Fan XI.
The tally for voting up to this point is below, courtesy of MLSSoccer.com.
1. Luis Robles (NY)
2. Jimmy Nielsen (SKC)
3. Raul Fernandez (DAL)
4. Troy Perkins (MTL)
5. Nick Rimando (RSL)
1. Matt Besler (SKC)
2. Omar Gonzalez (LA)
3. Aurelien Collin (SKC)
4. Matteo Ferrari (MTL)
5. Jamison Olave (NY)
6. DeAndre Yedlin (SEA)
7. Michael Harrington (POR)
1. Graham Zusi (SKC)
2. Mike Magee (CHI)
3. Kyle Beckerman (RSL)
4. Will Johnson (POR)
5. Tim Cahill (NY)
6. Patrice Bernier (MTL)
7. Justin Mapp (MTL)
1. Chris Wondolowski (SJ)
2. Thierry Henry (NY)
3. Robbie Keane (LA)
4. Landon Donovan (LA)
5. Marco DiVaio (MTL)
6. Jack McInerney (PHI)
7. Eddie Johnson (SEA)
Making his third appearance for the LA Blues of USL PRO, on-loan Crew Homegrown forward Aaron Horton played 79 minutes in a 1-1 draw with the LA Galaxy Reserves on Saturday. The Lewis Center native saw multiple chances in front of net in the draw before being subbed-off in the second half for Chris Cortez, who netted the equalizer for the Blues in the 90th minute.
The Blues return to action on Sunday, June 23 against Dayton Dutch Lions FC at Titan Stadium on the Campus of Cal State Fullerton.
— Ben Speas (@BenSpeas17) June 16, 2013
Happy for the mates, big props to fans. Well done. Work in the morning.
— Eric Gehrig (@eGehrig16) June 16, 2013
What a game. Atmosphere was amazing. Thanks to all the fans who came out #crew96
— Konrad Warzycha (@k_warzycha) June 16, 2013
No matter where you may be in the world, chances are you'll be able to watch the Crew's match against the Montreal Impact on Saturday. The game will be available in over 100 countries worldwide. For local listings, check the list below.
Al Jazeera (Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, UAE and Yemen)
Arena Sport (Former Yugoslavia - except Slovenia)
Astro Supersport (Malaysia, Brunei)
Benfica TV (Portugal, Cape Verde, Angola, Mozambique)
Canal + (France)
C More (Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden)
GSP TV (Romania)
Nex- Media (Indonesia)
Prisa TV (Spain)
Rightster (Clips WorldWide)
Setanta Africa (Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Comoros Islands, Congo Brazzaville, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, St. Helena, Swaziland, Togo, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Zanzibar, Zimbabwe)
Sport Klub (Hungary)
Šport TV (Slovenia)
Sportdigital.tv (Germany, Austria)
TEN Sports (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka)
The Crew stood pat in Sports Illustrated and ProSoccerTalk's Power Rankings after Week 15's 3-0 loss in Philadelphia, but fell in ESPNFC and MLSSoccer.com's polls. With the first-place Montreal Impact coming to town on Saturday (7:30 p.m. ET / Univision Deportes, FOX Sports Ohio), the Black & Gold have the chance to move up in the rankings with a victory.
MLSSoccer.com: 15th (13th)
ESPNFC: 14th (13th)
Sports Illustrated: 13th (13th)
ProSoccerTalk: 13th (13th)
Last week's ranking in parentheses.
Following a 1-0 home victory against Honduras on Friday, Crew striker Jairo Arrieta and Costa Rica look to continue their form on Tuesday as they visit the Estadio Azteca for a road match with Mexico (8:00 p.m. ET / UniMas). Arrieta started and played 57 minutes in La Sele's 2014 World Cup Qualifier on Friday, registering one shot against Honduras. Head Coach Jorge Luís Pinto is expected to start either Arrieta once again in the attack or opt for Real Salt Lake forward Álvaro Saborío against Mexico Tuesday night as Costa Rica hopes to remain on top of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying table.
After a snowstorm-induced delay, the Crew and Impact finally met on the pitch at Stade Saputo on Sunday, April 14. Montreal striker Marco Di Vaio opened the scoring in the 68th minute, firing a long-distance shot past an outstretched Andy Gruenebaum to give his team the lead. Di Vaio's class would be matched just four minutes later when Crew forward Dominic Oduro blasted a stunning, left-footed volley to the far post and by Impact 'keeper Troy Perkins to level the two sides. The match remained deadlocked for the next 18 minutes as the Crew earned its first point in Montreal.