New faces abound on the Rapids roster and some holdovers may be wondering about their futures with the club, but the front office and head coach Anthony Hudson speak very highly of three young players from the previous regime. Striker Dominique Badji started in the season opener at New England and figures to be the first striker off the bench after new acquisitions Joe Mason … [Read more...] about Anthony Hudson sees Kortne Ford as “a future captain” of Colorado Rapids
With a new head coach promising an attacking style of play creating heightened curiosity, the Rapids’ home debut Saturday night appears headed for a sellout crowd. Head coach Anthony Hudson and two new assistants lead a team with 14 players who weren’t with the Rapids last season. Only three holdovers — Dominique Badji, Marlon Hairston and Tim Howard — … [Read more...] about Rapids excited to show off rebuilt roster to sellout crowd at MLS home opener Saturday
On a fresh episode of the First And Orange Podcast, Nicki Jhabvala and Nick Kosmider discuss their impressions of Case Keenum, the work still left to be done in free agency, who has to step up for the Broncos in 2018 and possible scenarios for Denver in next month’s draft. Subscribe to the podcast SoundCloud | iTunes | Stitcher | RSS … [Read more...] about Broncos podcast: Where does Denver turn now in free agency?
The longest-running story of sports excellence in Colorado is DU hockey. The Pioneers are as close to a sports dynasty as we have in this dusty old cowtown. Do the math: Through the years, University of Denver hockey has won more championship rings (8) than the Broncos, Avalanche, Nuggets and Rockies combined (5). Skating for the Pioneers is glamorous. But it ain’t easy. … [Read more...] about Kiszla: DU hockey could teach entitled Broncos thing or two about keeping championship edge
John Duerden, Associated Press Updated 8:03 am, Thursday, March 22, 2018 Saudi Arabia's attempts to prepare for the World Cup are not confined to arranging friendlies or hiring world-famous coaches. After years of Saudi Arabian players staying home, nine were sent to clubs in the top two tiers of Spanish football in January until the end of the current season. Three of … [Read more...] about Saudi Arabia seeks Spanish help ahead of World Cup