San Jose Earthquakes

Goodbye, Marco?

December 12, 2017

The Los Angeles City Football Club drafted Quakes’ forward Marco Ureña during today’s MLS Expansion Draft. While Ureña could return to San Jose, the Quakes would have to trade for his rights. For all intents and purposes, Marco is no longer a Quake. Leaving Ureña on the table while protecting David Bingham is puzzling. The

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Quakes Sign Marcinkowski

December 6, 2017

The San Jose Earthquakes signed their third homegrown player, goalkeeper J.T. Marcinkowski. Marcinkowski was a product of the Quakes academy before heading to Georgetown. During his time with the Hoyas, Marcinkowski recorded an incredible 34-15-7 record, with 21 shutouts and a 0.84 GAA (49 goals in 56 starts). Marcinkowski joins Andrew Tarbell and Matt Bersano

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Quakes Sign Eighth International Player Under Fioranelli

December 1, 2017

Jesse Fioranelli is in his happy place. After making moves to release several Quakes players and free up salary and international-player space, Fioranelli has resigned Anibal Godoy to two more years, signed a new head coach, and signed yet another international player. The Quakes announced that Colombian-born defender Joel Qwiberg was signed by San Jose

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Silva Announces Departure From Quakes

November 28, 2017

Quakes prospect Matheus Silva announced that he will not be in the Quakes organization going forward. Silva was acquired as a midfielder, but was in the process of being groomed as a center-back with the Quakes’ USL affiliate, Reno 1868 FC. However, Silva saw minimal pitch time with just 166 minutes before his accident in

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Victor Bernardez Says Goodbye

November 27, 2017

After the Quakes did not exercise his option for 2018, Victor Bernardez made it official: he will not return to San Jose. The center-back posted on his Instagram that his path is diverging from San Jose. 🙁 Thank you for an awesome six seasons, Victor!

Quakes Roster Moves Analysis

November 27, 2017

Today the San Jose Earthquakes made their first of many off-season moves with their player pool. The move signals some interesting changes that are in store for 2018. It should be noted that players that did not have their contracts renewed could still be eligible to play in 2018 as a contract restructuring or renegotiation may

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Quakes Hire Stahre As New Head Coach

November 24, 2017

The San Jose Earthquakes officially named Mikael Stahre as the team’s new head coach, replacing Chris Leitch, who will remain as the team’s technical director. Stahre comes from Sweden, where he was the head coach at Bollklubben Häcken (BK Häcken FC). Last season, BK Häcken finished with an impressive 14-6-10 record, and surrendered just 28 goals

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Leitch Out?

November 23, 2017

Several Swedish media outlets are reporting that Swedish coach Mikael Stahre is set to take over as the new San Jose Earthquakes head coach, replacing current head coach Chris Leitch. The news has been confirmed by several U.S. outlets, including MLS Soccer and ESPNFC. Leitch will probably resume his primary role as the club’s Technical

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