Here are some words to describe Atlanta United's performance last night... MUCH, MUCH, BETTER.
United came out on top last night at the Benz with a 1-0 victory over Monterrey in the second leg of the CCL Quarterfinals.
Even though United were unfortunately eliminated on aggregate by a final total result
Atlanta United's home opener at Mercedes-Benz Stadium ended in a 1-1 draw vs F.C. Cincinnati.
In reality Sunday's match really felt like a loss to the players and many disgruntled and frustrated United fans. Many expressed their opinions last night and today on social media, fan interviews and local Atlanta sports
Atlanta United's CONCACAF Champions League Title hopes took a huge and likely devastating blow.
Last night, Frank De Boer's squad took a thrashing at the hands of Monterrey. The final score was a 3-0 victory for the home side. Nicolas Sanchez would open up the scoring in the 17th minute with
Sunday night was a night to forget for Atlanta United fans and players.
We'll make this recap short and sweet for everyone because overall there wasn't many positives from Sunday Night's game.
Atlanta kicked off their MLS season in a rainy and cold Washington D.C. as they looked to steal points before
It was a sigh of relief for Atlanta United fans on Thursday night.
The reigning MLS Cup Champions overcame a 3-1 deficit at Fifth Third Bank Stadium in Kennesaw to complete a comeback and win 4-0 against Costa Rican team Herediano.
Atlanta United will now move on to the Quarterfinals and play
Last Thursday night surely took Atlanta United fans by surprise, as it frankly should have, it was an embarrassment for the MLS Cup Champions. Yet for some, the 3-1 loss led to a complete overreaction that I felt was unwarranted. Naturally the criticism exploded all over the timeline from both
After suffering a 3-1 defeat in Costa Rica, United are looking to turn the tables on Thursday.
Atlanta United looks to lick their wounds now that the team is back home and will have the full support of 10,000 fans at Fifth Third Bank Stadium Thursday in Kennesaw.
After observing his first