On Saturday, Crew forward Dominic Oduro shocked fans with a freshly dyed Ghana-themed fro-hawk. The red, yellow and green 'do certainly turned as many heads as Oduro's blazing speed on the pitch typically does.
Does Oduro have the "most interesting" hair in MLS? Watch the slideshow above and be the judge!
After willing his team to a 2-0 victory over the first-place New York Red Bulls with two goals to his name on Saturday, Crew Captain Federico Higuaín has been nominated for MLSSoccer.com's Top 3 Performers for Week 24. Higuaín also completed nearly 72-percent of his passes, including seven key passes in the attacking third against the Red Bulls.
Higuaín is up against the Philadelphia Union's Conor Casey, FC Dallas' Blas Perez, Sporting Kansas City's Kei Kamara and the LA Galaxy's Landon Donovan -- all of whom scored multiple goals over the weekend -- among others.
On May 24, 2000, Crew Stadium hosted its first-ever international friendly as the Black & Gold took down Bundesliga side Hamburg SV, 4-1. The Crew has hosted clubs from leagues all over the world including the Barclays Premier League, Liga MX and the Argentine Primera División in its 18-year history.
As the summer approaches, which league from around the world would you like to see the Crew take on in an international friendly?
Now that the month of April is over who is your player of the month?
Choose between rookie Aaron Schoenfeld working his way into the starting lineup, veteran Eddie Gaven for his two goals against Houston, Josh Williams making his first two MLS starts, Chad Marshall anchoring the backline and Danny O'Rourke coming back from injury to stabalize the midfield.
On Saturday, Sebastian Miranda will face off against Sebastien Le Toux when Vancouver Whitecaps FC visits Crew Stadium, sparking the question:
Who is your favorite Sebastian?
Former Crew goalkeeper Brad Friedel will play in his 300th straight Barclay's Premier League match this weekend as Tottenham Hotspur faces Queens Park Rangers. Ahead of the record-breaking accomplishment, Friedel is the spotlight of Grant Wahl's feature in this week's issue of Sports Illustrated. Give it a read here.