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MLS Power Rankings: Seattle No.1, but who's in free fall?

This week, the Power Rankings is taking it easy. Week 3 was wild and wooly and frankly, we could all use a night or two in. With the international window upon us, it seems like a good excuse to kick out feet up, watch some "We Are LAFC" on ESPN+ and give our bodies and brains a chance to relax.

We're moving things around based on the five league matches that took place during this lazy weekend, but not too much.

Previous rankings: Week 3 | Week 2 | Week 1

1. Seattle Sounders (3 wins,...

FC Cincinnati win second straight with shoutout over New England Revolution

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Kekuta Manneh and Kenny Saief scored their first goals for FC Cincinnati, which beat New England for their second straight win.

FC Cincinnati continued to make an early-season statement in Major League Soccer with a 2-0 win on the road against the New England Revolution on Sunday in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

Cincinnati (2-1-1, 7 points) -- an expansion team this year -- won its second straight match, while New England (0-3-1, 1 point) continues to struggle in the early going.

Both sides were missing players who were called in for national team duty over the weekend as New England was without rookie forward Justin Rennicks,...

San Jose Earthquakes boss wants youngsters to 'play for love,' not fame

SAN JOSE -- San Jose Earthquakes coach Matias Almeyda has urged his players to "play for love, not thinking about become famous."

The Earthquakes, without a win in their first three MLS games, lost 2-1 to Liga MX side Monterrey in a friendly on Saturday, with Almeyda giving playing time to youngsters including 15-year-old Cade Cowell, who scored on his debut.

"Our objective in a year, a year and a half is to have a lot of young players in the team that know the what, how and why of our playing...