Friday, October 14, 2005

This Is The Three R's: Repetition, Repetition, News

-ADDITION: Japan Today is reporting: Japan will face the United States in San Francisco in an international friendly in mid-February next year ahead of the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
-Heading into the final weekend of MLS regular season play, 3 players have been on the field for every minute of their teams action: Simon Elliott of Columbus, Todd Dunivant of Los Angeles & Michael Parkhurst of New England (as if we needed another reason for him to be Rookie Of The Year).
-Here's the draw for the 6 UEFA teams vying for 3 World Cup spots (2 legs played November 12 & 16 - team named first at home in first leg)
Spain v Slovakia
Switzerland v Turkey
Norway v Czech Republic
-MLS games this weekend, and what the repercussions will be:
New England v Chicago - nothing at stake cuz NE has the #1 seed and Chicago #3.
DC v Columbus - nothing at stake cuz DC has the #2 seed amd 'lumbus is out.
Dallas v Kansas City - KC needs to win. Period. If they do, then Metrostars will also need to win, and win by over 6 goals to catch KC on goal differential. If Dallas wins, they claim the #2 seed (or end up 3 or 4 with other results taken into account).
LA v San Jose - the final Cali Derby of the regular season. LA can still finish 2nd, 3rd or 4th. SJ is set at #1. See it live on FSC at 9pm central
Chivas v Metrostars - Mets must win to get in if If KC loses or draws on Saturday. If KC wins, then the Mets must win by 6 goals (goal differential lead by KC) plus however many goals KC gets Saturday. It ain't over til it's over. See it live at 4pm on ESPN2
-See Kasey Keller and his team in Bundesliga action Saturday on FSC - VfB Stuttgart vs Borussia Moenchengladbach - 9am central
-San Jose's Brian Ching gets Q&A'd via US Soccer Players Assoc.
-Big matches in Europe this weekend:
Schalke 04 v Bayern Munich
Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid
Hamburg v Wolfsburg
PSV v AZ Alkmaar
Porto vBenfica
Marseille v PSG
-The Mexican Futbal League is back in action this weekend. Here is what we have:
Jaguares v America
Atlante v UAG
Dorados v Morelia
Tigres v Atlas
Guadalajara v Monterrey
Necaxa v Cruz Azul
San Luis v Veracruz
UNAM v Toluca
Santos v Pachuca
-Looking more and more each day like the Old Narcolept himself, Bobby Robson, will be the new head coach of Ireland. I am gonna miss not seeing Damien Duff and Robbie Keane in the World Cup. They were two of my faves in 02.
-Wonderful people from all over the globe have stopped by for a visit in the last day or two. Here are some of the countries representin':
We have also had visitors from 32 or the 50 United States, and of course the District of Columbia (bless their little hearts).
A couple more visitors from the business , government, and education world to acknowledge as well:
Gannett News
Environmental Protection Agency
U Pittsburgh
Covington Electric Cooperative
-I stumbled across a soccer blog with the best name yet: BRUCE'S BELLY!!!!! Of course referring to our fearless leader's (Bruce Arena) gut. BUT..... the site is written in some crazy language that I don't even recognize. The titles and everything else on the page are in English. Am I missing the joke here?
-And don't forget, Champions League Matchday 3 happens next Tue & Wed starring Bayern v Juventus & Milan v PSV.


Anonymous Joe said...

That's all in Latin. Looks like they're just testing the site out. But they've got links to our two blogs, so obviously they know their shit. Maybe Arena's gastrointestinal system will post in English soon.

10:13 AM  
Blogger kj said...

"Lorem ipsum..." is, in fact, Latin. It's a standard dummy text for testing layout, both in print and online.

11:32 AM  
Blogger D said...

Repetition in China?
Repetition in America?
Simultaneous Suicide?

Just wondering...

3:06 PM  
Blogger D said...

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3:07 PM  
Anonymous The Belly said...

Oh, no! I've been caught with my lorem ipsum down!

I'm still testing and tweaking things. It didn't occur to me that I'd be found out. That's what I get for testing some links! :-D

Stay tuned ...

12:52 AM  
Anonymous bq said...

You chased him out of his reclusive state. Check out the link again and scroll to the bottom of the page.

Maybe I missed something but I cannot figure out what you were talking about when you said "Wonderful people from all over the globe have stopped by for a visit in the last day or two. Here are some of the countries representin' ...... We have also had visitors from 32 or the 50 United States, and of course the District of Columbia (bless their little hearts)."
Who has had these visitors and why are they visiting?

8:17 AM  
Blogger brucio said...

oh yeah
oh yeah d!

chairman mao he loves repetition
president carter he loves repetition
repetition in west germany


8:25 PM  
Blogger brucio said...

i am referring to all the "visitors" to du nord
sorry for being oblique
i am so full of self love that i cannot be bothered sometimes to esplain myself

8:27 PM  
Anonymous bq said...

Hey....self love is eversomuch better than selfhate or self loathing or ...... you get the picture.

1:08 AM  
Blogger D said...

mig: Good man. Good man indeed.

"Kicker! Kick conspiracy!"

8:03 PM  

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