In this week’s installment, we look at why the 49ers should tank, the return of former Shark Patrick Marleau and the Earthquakes’ playoff exit.
The Vancouver Whitecaps beat the San Jose Earthquakes 5-0 Wednesday in the knockout round of the MLS Cup Playoffs at BC Place.
In this installment, we look at the playoff-bound Earthquakes, a pseudo NFL franchise in Santa Clara and the steady play of Sharks winger Tomas Hertl.
We take a look at the surging Earthquakes, the historic losing streak of the 49ers and the uncertain future of the Sharks.
In our new feature, Emanuel Lee poses several pressing questions as we look at what’s going on in local sports and what’s to come.
Before they became teammates on the San Jose Earthquakes, Nick Lima and Jackson Yueill were fierce rivals in the Pac-12.
San Jose adopted new rules this week that require lobbyists to file reports more often, but with fewer accountability measures in place.
A youth soccer league ousted from its fields by the NFL may have found a new place to play and resolution to a lawsuit over the displacement.
Today I write about an extraordinary man and truly remarkable project being created in his honor. Umberto Abronzino, a talented soccer player and barber, was born in 1920 in Sessa Aurunca, Italy. More than 30 years later, he found his way to San Jose and created a soccer movement.
Mayor Chuck Reed noted Thursday night that he was delivering his seventh State of the City speech. Next year he’ll have one final opportunity to get it right.