John Doyle: ‘You’re Always Looking for Another Player’

On Monday at Avaya Stadium, the San Jose Earthquakes introduced Innocent Emeghara, the club’s third designated player. When asked if the 25-year-old forward would be the final addition before the start of the MLS season, general manager John Doyle wouldn’t rule out the possibility that another player could be brought in. “I wouldn’t say that. We’re always trying to get more »

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San Jose Earthquakes President Dave Kaval: ‘We’re Motivated to Sign a Third Designated Player’

It’s been a quiet offseason for the San Jose Earthquakes. However, on Friday during an interview with Ted Ramey on KNBR 1050, club president Dave Kaval said the Quakes haven’t ruled out the idea of making a big splash before the 2015 season gets underway. “We’re motivated to sign a third designated player to continue to elevate the quality of more »

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An Inside Look at Avaya Stadium, the New Home of the San Jose Earthquakes

The San Jose Earthquakes are putting the finishing touches on the club’s new home, and on Wednesday the team announced that it will be called Avaya Stadium. Here are some photos and videos from around the new stadium. The video board at Avaya Stadium. #Quakes74 pic.twitter.com/CCNdR9pz37 — Karl Buscheck (@KarlBuscheck) November 19, 2014 The new stadium at the new stadium. more »

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San Jose Earthquakes GM John Doyle Looks Back On 2014 And Previews Next Season

On Friday morning, San Jose Earthquakes general manager John Doyle held his end-of-year conference call with reporters to explain what went wrong in 2014, and how he and new head coach Dominic Kinnear plan to turn the club around. The team executive provided an update on whether record-setting goalkeeper Jon Busch will be returning to San Jose, why the team more »

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Report: Mark Watson Will Not Be Available After Friendly With C.D.S. Vida

Mark Watson will not be available to the media after the club’s friendly with Honduran side C.D.S. Vida on Tuesday night at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, according to a club spokesman. The head coach always speaks with reporters following games. The news that Watson will not talk comes amidst rumors that Dominic Kinnear is being lined up to be more »

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San Jose Earthquakes Install 1st Seat At New Stadium

The first seat is in. “This is such a great addition to the soccer landscape,” said club president Dave Kaval at the San Jose Earthquakes first seat installation ceremony at the new stadium on Tuesday. Here are some photos and videos from the 18,000-seat stadium, which is set to be completed in November. View from the corner flag. #Quakes74 pic.twitter.com/HZAYoyQQAP more »

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