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San Jose Earthquakes podcast with Ana Kieu: Latest news on the Black and Blue

June 14, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes On the SJ Earthquakes podcast with Ana Kieu: 1. The Quakes lost to LAFC 4-3 in a heartbreaker last Saturday. Give us your three takeaways from the disappointing match. 2. Avaya Stadium will host the U.S. national women’s soccer team vs. Chile on September 4th. 3. Speaking of women’s soccer, Sophia Jones […]

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Earthquakes come back to draw with NE Revolution 2-2

June 13, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes By Marko Ukalovic and Alexandra Evans SAN JOSE — The San Jose Earthquakes (2-9-4) are becoming a second half team as of late. Danny Hoesen scored two goals to help San Jose to a 2-2 draw with the New England Revolution (6-4-6) at Avaya Stadium on Wednesday evening. San Jose is now […]

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Earthquakes lose to LAFC 4-3 in heartbreaker

June 9, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes By Marko Ukalovic and Alexandra Evans SAN JOSE — In a season where the San Jose Earthquakes (2-9-3) have often been donkey kicked in the gut losing on late goals, it was LAFC’s turn to add their name to the list of heartbreaking losses. LAFC (7-4-3) scored two goals past the 90th […]

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Earthquakes sink in 2-0 loss to Timbers in Fourth Round of U.S. Open Cup

June 6, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes By: Ana Kieu The San Jose Earthquakes paid a visit to the Portland Timbers for the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup at Providence Park on Wednesday night. The Timbers players walked into their home stadium with what they described as Open Cup swag. Meanwhile, the Quakes called up draft picks […]

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San Jose Earthquakes podcast with Ana Kieu: SJ looks to beat Portland in fourth round of U.S. Open Cup tonight

June 6, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes On the SJ Earthquakes podcast with Ana: 1. The Quakes lost 2-1 to the Fire at Toyota Park in Chicago last Saturday. Give us a quick recap of that game. 2. The Quakes’ team store will re-open on June 9 just moments before the Quakes host LAFC on Pride Night at Avaya […]

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Fire grab early lead and hold on to top Quakes 2-1

June 2, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes By Marko Ukalovic The Chicago Fire (5-7-2, 16 points) took advantage of some sloppy defensive play by the San Jose Earthquakes (2-8-3, 9 points) to jump out to a two-goal lead and then held on for dear life at the end to win 2-1 on Saturday evening at Toyota Park. The Quakes […]

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San Jose Earthquakes podcast with Ana Kieu: Latest updates on the Black and Blue

May 29, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes On the SJ Earthquakes podcast with Ana: 1. It just wasn’t the Quakes’ night in Carson against the Galaxy in the 1-0 shutout in the California Clasico last Saturday. 2. Quakes fans, don’t forget to vote your favorite team into the MLS All-Star Game using the MLS app. 3. The Quakes’ family […]

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Earthquakes get shut out by Galaxy 1-0 in California Clasico

May 25, 2018

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Photo credit: @LAGalaxy By Pearl Allison Lo CARSON, Calif. — It took a while, but Romain Alessandrini became the hero as Los Angeles won in the 82nd minute and defeated the San Jose Earthquakes in the first 2018 California Clasico at the StubHub Center Friday night. Right after the Quakes made their first substitution in […]

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San Jose Earthquakes podcast with Ana Kieu: Latest news on the Black and Blue

May 24, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes On the SJ Earthquakes podcast with Ana: 1. The Quakes dropped a 3-1 decision to DC United at Avaya Stadium last Saturday. Just give us a brief recap of the match. 2. Yeferson Quintana and Magnus Eriksson come from Uruguay and Sweden in that order. Yet, they’re proud to call San Jose […]

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Earthquakes lose to D.C. United 3-1

May 19, 2018

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Photo credit: @SJEarthquakes By: Ana Kieu SAN JOSE, Calif. — The San Jose Earthquakes welcomed D.C. United to Avaya Stadium Saturday night. San Jose looked forward to Retro Night while D.C. hoped to end their two-game losing skid. Chris Wehan, a winger from Orange, California, made his MLS debut with the Quakes on this cool, […]

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