Monday, August 11, 2008

You Really Got It Got It News

So how exactly did Holland score the tying goal against the USA late into stoppage time on Sunday? Check out this photo and you will see who the culprit is. Of the 6 people in the wall for the USA, 5 did what they were supposed to do. 1 did not, and it cost them a clinched spot in the next round.


Thunder Bay Chill win the 2008 PDL championship. See details in USL PDL Championship section.

USA Men's Olympic Team

Group Stage Matches & Scores:
-Thu Aug 7
Japan 0-1 USA - USA goal by Stuart Holden.
Attendance: 37,177
Venue: Olympic Center Stadium, Tianjin
-Sun Aug 10
Netherlands 2-2 USA - Neth goals by Ryan Babel & Gerald Sibon. USA goals by Sacha Kljestan & Jozy Altidore.
Attendance: 45,016
Venue: Olympic Center Stadium, Tianjin
Match report from US Soccer.
Match report by Jeff Carlisle of Soccernet.
Post game analysis by Ives Galarcep of Soccer By Ives.
Post game notes by Jen Chang of Soccernet.
Post game quotes by USA coach & players from US Soccer.
Game photos from US Soccer.
Post game video interview of USA from US Soccer.
Post game audio press conference with USA coach & players from US Soccer.
-Wed Aug 13
Nigeria v USA - 4am central on USA Network
Venue: Workers Stadium, Beijing
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My notes from the USA v Netherlands game:
-Like I predicted the USA started the same 11 players from game 1.
-Neth dominated the first 15 minutes and got the goal they deserved.
-At that point I thought the USA was going to get blown out. It was a serious ass kicking.
-But the next 5 minutes were very even, and after minute 20 or so the USA began to dominate every facet of the game.
-The second half started even better for the USA and they got 2 great goals that came from hard teamwork. Holland had no answers at that point.
-Then two players took stupid Yellow Cards, Freddy Adu & Michael Bradley, that will suspend them from the Nigeria game.
-The TV commentator Marcelo Balboa was busy declaring the game over, the USA advanced and the 2 yellow cards irrelevant. What a bad omen all of that was. I thought he was former pro who knows better than any of this crap.
-As the final minutes approached the Dutch began lumping the ball forward into their offensive end, but it was never dangerous.
-The bad part at this point though was that the USA was not holding the ball at all. They would easily clear their lines, but then give it right back to the Netherpeople.
-It started to smell all wrong.
-The referee gave 4 minutes of stoppage time.
-We survived 3 minutes with minor threat(!).
-Then with the final 60 seconds going down the drain our defender converged on a Dutch player and hacked him to the ground right at the top of the box.
-I could not believe it.
-Gerald Sibon lined up to take it, then put it low under the wall leaving Guzan with no chance to stop it, and with only a few seconds left to play the USA had thrown 2 points and advancement to our 2 out the window.
-I was furious.
-And Marcelo Balboa sent me over the edge by saying the USA wall did exactly what they were supposed to do - jump. Are you kidding me? That is the first time I have ever heard someone say that who is supposed to know what they are talking about. I was always taught that from that range the fall holds their ground and if the guy can get the shot up over the wall and back down into the net then more power to them. But never ever jump when you are that close to goal.
-It turns out that 5 of the 6 guys in the wall did what they were supposed to do, and one guy did what Balboa said you should do. Guess which guy was responsible for the whole in the wall where the shot went through. Yeah.
-Game over. 1 point instead of 3. Two key players suspended for a do or die game against Nigeria.
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USA needs a tie or win over Nigeria to guarantee advancement.
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Jeff Carlisle of Soccernet on the loss of Bradley & Adu for group match 3.
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Group B Standings:
4 USA (GD +1 - GS 3)
4 Nigeria (GD +1 - GS 2)
2 Netherlands
0 Japan
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Quotes from some members of the USA team about attending the opening ceremony. They were pretty excited. From
-Video of the team from the ceremony, via US Soccer.
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Official team blog
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NBC Olympic soccer website
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All Group Standings
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MLS Scoreboard

Only 4 games this weekend.
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Week 20
Matches & Scores:
-Sat Aug 9
Colorado 0-1 Toronto - TFC goal by Chad Barrett.
Attendance: 11,752, which on TV looked more like 1,752
Venue: Dicks Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City CO
Match report by Brian Forbes of the Denver Post.
Post game analysis by Ben Knight of the Toronto Globe & Mail blog On Soccer.
New England 1-2 Chicago - NER goal by Taylor Twellman. CF goals by Gonzalo Segares & Wilman Conde.
Attendance: 19,240 which on TV looked more like 9,240
Venue: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough MA
Match report by John Connolly of the Boston Herald.
Match report by Monique Walker of the Boston Globe.
Kansas City 3-2 Chivas USA - KCW goals by Sasha Victorine, Claudio Lopez & Davy Arnaud. CUSA goals by Carey Talley & Justin Braun.
Attendance: 9,597, its really sad every time that they can't sell out a place that holds less than 11,000.
Venue: Community America Ballpark, Kansas City KS
Match report by Bob Luder of the KC Star.
-Sun Aug 10
New York 4-1 DC - NYRB goals by Juan Pablo Angel(2), Mike Magee & Sinisa Ubiparipovic. DCU goal by Jaime Moreno.
Attendance: 15,038
Venue: Giants Stadium, East Rutherford NJ
Match report, post game notes, and DC player ratings by Steven Goff of the Washington Post on his blog Soccer Insider.
Match report by Stefan Bondy of the Herald News.
Match report by Frank Giase of the Newark Star Ledger.
Match report by Dylan Butler of Big Apple Soccer.
Post game analysis by Butler.
Post game analysis by Ives Galarcep of Soccer By Ives.
Post game analysis by Brian Lewis of the New York Post on his blog Extra Time.
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League Standings
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MLS News


I had the pleasure of watching the Fire beat New England in an apartment jammed with maniacal Fire fans. They hooted and hollered at Matt Reis' butter fingered goal keeping that game Chicago the season sweep over their rivals from Boston. Lots of laughs were shared at others expense!
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Class VI does a Q & A with coach Fernando Clavijo.
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Jaime Moreno scored his MLS All Time leading 120th goal. But he also injured his back and came off at half time. Will he be healthy for the Open Cup semifinal on Tuesday?
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Steven Goff of the Washington Post, on his blog Soccer Insider, reports that Ben Olsen has suffered yet another set back in his rehab from ankle surgery. I really hope that this is not the end.
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Jimmy Conrad with his latest installment of wisdom writings for Soccernet. Teach us brother Jim.
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After Davy Arnaud scored the 3rd goal (and almost blew it) for the Zards, TV announcer Sean Wheelock loudly pronounced. "Game! Set! Match!" But he almost had to eat his words as the American Goats stormed back to make it 3-2 and poured on the pressure for a tie.
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Team president/general manager Alexi Lalas and head coach Ruud Gullit were clearly not sexy enough and so they were fired today. Now I hate to see anyone fired, because it truly is painful, and I am no model of sexy myself, but I would like to think I know sexy when I see it, and those two were definitely not it.
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One thing someone needs to explain to me is this, how do you get rid of these guys now, and not have someone lined up to replace them?
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I would assume the house cleaning in Carson is what has prevented the team from actually signing centerback Cory Gibbs. Either that or he did not pass the physical. Why else would they not sign the guy that they have the rights to?
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The Fort was rocking as usual this past weekend. I have to give it to those people, cuz they are the only one putting in the effort to truly support what has been a great team.
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New England played the old blame the referee game after losing to Chicago on Saturday. That is the most tired excuse in the book.
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Steve Ralston played in his MLS All Time leading 350th game.
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Brian Lewis of the New York Post on his blog Extra Time says NYRB left fullback Hunter Freeman has signed a deal with Start in Norway's 2nd Division that will begin in the January transfer window, but because he has the deal already in place for after his MLS contract runs out coach Juan Carlos Osorio has shown Freeman the door!
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Jorge Rojas has played 3 games for his new team, and he has 3 assists. They need it badly.
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AYL Soccer is reporting that Argentine centerback Matias Mantilla has left or been released by RSL. He is headed home. Someone also found some of his household items and his Hummer for sale on a local listings board! (thanks to Eric for the heads up)
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Huge road win for TFC in Colorado on Saturday. Their chances of making the playoffs basically rest on their road form here in the last 1/3 of the season.
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Juan Pablo Angel has been named MLS Player Of The Week. No surprise there, when the guy leads NYRB to an ass kicking of epic proportions over DCU.
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Steven Goff of the Washington Post on his blog Soccer Insider with his excellent weekly round up - The Good, The Bad & The Coyote Ugly.
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Steve Davis at Soccernet with 7 things to note from Week 20.
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Kyle McCarthy at with his weekend league review.
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MLS Rumor City - Don't Tease Me Bro!

Clint Mathis back to Salt Lake? For real? (Do ya like that one?)
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US Open Cup

Something is very wrong that these two games are not on national television!
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Matches & Scores:
-Tue Aug 12
DC United v New England Revolution
Venue: RFK Stadium, Washington DC
Charleston Battery v Seattle Sounders
Venue: Blackbaud Stadium, Charleston SC
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Marc Burch of DC United is suspended due to a Red Card in the previous round.
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Here are the 4 possible scenarios for the Final:
-Wed Sep 3 - Seattle v DC - Qwest Field, Seattle WA - 10pm central
-Wed Sep 3 - DC v Charleston - RFK Stadium, Washington DC - 6:30pm central
-Mon Sep 15 - Seattle v New England - Qwest Field, Seattle WA - 9pm central
-Mon Sep 22 - Charleston v New England - Blackbaud Stadium, Charleston SC - 6pm central
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USL First Division News

Minnesota Thunder

Another quality win from our local team on Sunday night. They went down early to defending league champs Seattle, but then they stormed back with a serious hiding. Seattle came in all cocky and anticipating their Open Cup game on Tuesday and ended up getting their teeth knocked out. It was great to see our team with that much fire and quality. For once in a long while we all went home very happy. You could see the relief in the faces of the players.
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During the game us Thunder fans spotted Seattle owner Adrian Hanouer sitting near his teams bench, so we sang him a couple of ditties about being the league whipping boys next year in MLS. We later found out that he was flying his team on his private jet to Charleston so they would be well rested for the Open Cup semifinal.
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USL First Division Scoreboard

Matches & Scores:
-Thu Aug 7
Minnesota 2-1 Charleston Battery
Portland 0-1 Seattle
-Fri Aug 8
Carolina 0-2 Montreal
Atlanta 0-0 Miami
Puerto Rico 4-0 Rochester
-Sat Aug 9
Portland 1-1 Charleston
-Sun Aug 10
Rochester 1-1 Puerto Rico
Minnesota 3-1 Seattle
Vancouver 3-2 Atlanta
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USL First Division Standings

Standings (games played) (goal difference):
37 Puerto Rico (21) (GD +13)
37 Vancouver (21) (GD +2)
35 Charleston (22)
32 Seattle (23)
31 Atlanta (21)
29 Rochester (22)
27 Minnesota (22)
- - - - - - - - -
25 Portland (23)
24 Miami (22)
22 Montreal (19)
21 Carolina (22)
(The top 7 teams advance to the playoffs.)
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USL PDL Championship

Match & Score:
-Sat Aug 9
Laredo Heat 1-1 Thunder Bay Chill - ends tied after extra time and Thunder Bay wins 4-1 on Penalty Kicks.
Attendance: 3,451
Venue: Texas A&M University International Sports Complex
Match report from USL.
Match report from the Laredo Morning Times.
Match report from the Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal.
Post game analysis from the Laredo Morning Times.
Post game analysis & local flavor from the Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal.
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USA U20 News

2 Friendlies this week in Sunrise FL
Matches & Scores:
-Tue Aug 12
USA v Guatemala
-Thu Aug 14
USA v Guatemala
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Americans In Europe


German League Cup/DFB Pokal

-Bryan Arguez - Hertha Berlin - on the bench but did not play in his teams win, 1-3 at Eintracht Trier.
-Gregg Berhalter - 1860 Munich - started and played the full 90 as the team won 0-2 at Neustrelitz.
-Steve Cherundolo - Hannover - played the full 90 as they won 0-5 at Hallescher.
-Grover Gibson - Rot Weiss Ahlen - played the full game but they lost 3-4 on Penalty Kicks after drawing 0-0 at home to Nurnberg.
-Joshua Grenier - Koblenz - was not on the bench as they team lost 5-4 on Penalty Kicks after drawing 1-1 at Obereuland.
-Kamani Hill - Wolfsburg - did not suit up as they won 0-3 at Heidenheim.
-Heath Pearce - Hansa Rostock - on the bench but did not play in a 0-2 win at Holstein Kiel.
-Neven Subotic - Borussia Dortmund - went the distance as the team won 1-3 at Rot-Weiss Essen.
-David Yelldell - Koblenz - played the entire match in goal but they lost 5-4 on Penalty Kicks after drawing 1-1 at Obereuland.
-Sal Zizzo - Hannover - was not on the bench as they won 0-5 at Hallescher.
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Danish SAS Ligaen
-Dan Califf - Midtjylland - played all 90 minutes, got a Yellow Card, and the team won 4-0 at home over Odense.
-Tally Hall - Esbjerg - drew 1-1 at Aalborg
-Lee Nguyen - Randers - did not play as they drew 1-1 at Nordsjaelland.
-Jeremiah White - Aarhus - came on as a sub in the 56th minute as they lost 1-0 at Copenhagen.
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Swedish Allsvenskan
-Colin Burns - Ljungskile - lost 2-4 at home to Kalmar
-Charlie Davies - Hammarby - away at the Olympics but the team won 1-2 at Sundsvall.
-Etchu Tabe - Ljungskile - lost 2-4 at home to Kalmar
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Norwegian Tippeligaen
-Adin Brown - Aalesunds - lost 1-2 at home to Stabaek
-Mikkel Diskerud - Stabaek - beat Aalesunds at home 2-1
Troy Perkins - Valerenga - drew 1-1 at Hamarkamaratene
Brian Waltrip - Molde - lost 3-1 at Rosenborg
Brian West - Fredrikstad - won 2-0 at home over Tromso
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Norwegian Adeccoligaen
-Matthew Allen - Bryne - lost 7-0 at Notodden
-Clarence Goodson - Start - won 1-2 at Alta
-Joe Lapira - Nybergsund - lost 6-1 at Honefoss
-Jay Needham - Alta - lost 1-2 at home to Start
-Chris Rodd - Bryne - lost 7-0 at Notodden
-Kyle Veris - Hodd - lost 0-2 at Sandefjord
-Cam Weaver - Haugesund - drew 1-1 at Odd Grenland
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English Championship
-Bobby Convey - Reading - played the whole match as they drew 0-0 at Nottingham Forest.
-Jay DeMerit - Watford - went the full 90 as they drew 0-0 at Crystal Palace.
-Marcus Hahnemann - Reading - in goal as always for a 0-0 tie at Nottingham Forest.
-Eddie Lewis - Derby County - did not suit up for the teams 0-1 home loss to Doncaster.
-Frank Simek - Sheffield Wednesday - still out injured but his team smoke Burnley 4-1 at home.
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English League One
-Jemal Johnson - MK Dons - came on in the 79th minute of a 2-0 loss at Leicester.
-Zak Whitbread - Millwall - went the full 90 as they lost 4-3 at Oldham. Whitbread got a Yellow Card.
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Scottish Premiership
-DaMarcus Beasley - Rangers - on the bench but did not play as they won 0-1 at Falkirk.
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French Ligue 1
-Freddy Adu - Monaco - away at the Olympics but the team won 1-0 over Paris St Germain.
-Carlos Bocanegra - Rennes - played all 90 in his debut but they game up a ton of goals luckily drawing 4-4 at home against Olympique Marseille.
-Andrew Jacobsen - Lorient - was not on the bench as they won 0-1 at Le Mans.
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Dutch Erstedivisie
-Charles Kazlauskas - TOP Oss - got the start and scored his teams only goal but they lost 2-1 at Haarlem.
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Americans in Mexico

Luis Bueno of Sideline Views gives us the rehash of Round 3 for our boys in the FMF Primera Clausura.
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Olympic Soccer News does a Q & A with Ivorian midfielder Salomon Kalou.
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Argentina, Brazil & Italy have qualified for the Men's knock out rounds.
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Norway is the only Women's team to have qualified for the knock out rounds so far.
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FIFA's Olympic News Site
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Olympic Soccer Scoreboard

Men's Olympic Group Stage Matches & Scores:
-Thu Aug 7
Australia 1-1 Serbia
Argentina 2-1 Cote d'Ivoire
Japan 0-1 USA
Netherlands 0-0 Nigeria
Belgium 1-0 Brazil
China 1-1 New Zealand
Honduras 3-0 Italy
Cameroon 1-1 S Korea
-Sun Aug 10
Argentina 1-0 Australia
Cote d'Ivoire 4-2 Serbia
Japan 1-2 Nigeria
Netherlands 2-2 USA - 6:45am central on USA Network
Brazil 5-0 New Zealand
Belgium 2-0 China
Cameroon 1-0 Honduras
Italy 3-0 S Korea
-Wed Aug 13
Argentina v Serbia
Australia v Cote d'Ivoire
Nigeria v USA - 4am central on USA Network
Japan v Netherlands
Brazil v China
Belgium v New Zealand
Honduras v S Korea
Cameroon v Italy
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Men's Group Standings
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Women's Olympic Group Stage Matches & Scores:
-Wed Aug 6
Argentina 1-2 Canada
China 2-1 Sweden
Germany 0-0 Brazil
N Korea 1-0 Nigeria
Japan 2-2 New Zealand
Norway 2-0 USA
-Sat Aug 9
Sweden 1-0 Argentina
Canada 1-1 China
Nigeria 0-1 Germany
Brazil 2-1 N Korea
USA 1-0 Japan
New Zealand 0-1 Norway
-Tue Aug 12
China v Argentina
Sweden v Canada
N Korea v Germany
Nigeria v Brazil
Norway v Japan
USA v New Zealand
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Women's Group Standings
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England News

The Premiership got ready for their season by staging the annual Community Shield match on Sunday. It pits the previous years league champions against the FA Cup winner.
Match & Score:
-Sun Aug 10
Manchester United 0-0 Portsmouth - Man U win 3-1 on Penalty Kicks.
Attendance: 84,808
Venue: Wembley Stadium
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The Guardian with their Premiership team-by-team season previews:
-Aston Villa
-Hull City
-Manchester City
NEW-Manchester United
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The Observer sees the Premiership still striving to improve the overall quality of the league.
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European News


The German League Cup or DFB Pokal is underway. Here are all the matches & scores.
-First Round winners were: Koln, Freiburg, Bochum, Erzgebiorge, Kickers Offenbach, Frankfurt, Hertha Berlin, Werder Bremen, Hansa Rostock, Mainz, Borussia Dortmund, Hannover, Monchengladbach, Alemannia Aachen, Hamburg, Schalke, Eintracht Frankfurt, Energie Cottbus, Carl Zeiss Jena, Augsburg, Karlsruher, Duisburg, 1860 Munchen, Wolfsburg, Oberneuland, Arminia Bielefeld, Wehen Wiesbaden, Bayer Leverkusen, 1899 Hoffenhein, Stuttgart, Nurnberg & Bayern Munchen.
-The only real upset loser were: St Pauli, Kaiserslautern,
-The next round will be played on Sep 23/24.
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ITALY has a Q & A with Juventus striker David Trezeguet on the season ahead.
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Inter warmed up for the season last week by beating Bayern 1-0 (goal by Mancini), drawing with Sevilla 0-0 and beating Ajax 1-0 (goal by Adriano).
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UEFA Champions League

Third Qualifying Round - 1st leg
Matches & Scores:
-Tue Aug 12
Fiorentina v Slavia Praha
-Wed Aug 13
Sparta Praha v Panathinaikos
Spartak Moskva v Dynamo Kyiv
Levski Sofia v BATE
Shakhtar Donetsk v Dinamo Zagreb
Anorthosis Famagusta v Olympiacos
AaB v Kaunas
Galatasaray v Steaua Buchuresti
Juventus v Artmedia
Brann v Olympique Marseille
Schalke v Atletico Madrid
Twente v Arsenal
Partizan Belgrade v Fenerbahce
Standard Liege v Liverpool
Guimaraes Vitoria v Basel
Barcelona v Wisla Krakow
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2nd leg matches on Aug 26/27
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Second Qualifying Round - 1st leg matches Aug 14. 2nd leg matches on Aug 28. Here are the matches.


Anonymous jamesey said...

always jump in the wall.

8:34 PM  
Blogger Alejandro said...

Bruce, I agree with you on the wall. That close to the goal, stay on the ground and force the opponent to kick high. He's likely to overshoot, and if he doesn't, there's more time for Guzan to respond.

9:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pretty sure almost all the sounders starters were resting for the big game, but congrats on your big USL win against some reserves!

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you talking about Holden? He jumped away from the wall.

Come on, a brilliant strike. You sound bitter. I sensed it was coming, but when people shoot under the wall they usually try to shoot far post not at the center of the goal.

But having seen the Euro's, this ball doesn't curve well and Simon sent it on target instead of trying to fit it in the corner.

Still love what you do.

10:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sibon, not Simon. My bad.

Losing Adu and Bradley from silly cautions hurts so much more now.

I don't normally do this, but:


10:42 PM  
Anonymous bq said...

Why do you usually not do, USA? If your American, get on board with your team dude.

As to Thunder Bay winning the PDL championship: In someways that's not a big surprise to me. They've been turning out some outstanding youth teams up there for years. These teams often come down to US tournaments in the midwest and sometimes have kicked the crap out of our youth teams.

Way to go Thunder Bay. I think futbol is really growing in Canada as well.

11:09 PM  
Blogger brucio said...

not bitter
angry at sacha kljestan
go look at the picture i linked to
5 guys do it right
1 guy does not
the ball goes under that one guy
shoot it hard and hope for luck
that is what happened
but a brilliant strike, no
good for holland
terrible for usa
they deserved to win, but blew it for themselves
thats all i am saying

11:26 PM  
Blogger brucio said...

"Anonymous said... pretty sure almost all the sounders starters were resting for the big game, but congrats on your big USL win against some reserves!"

thank you!
oh, and by the way, seattle sucks!

11:28 PM  
Anonymous bq said...

"oh, and by the way, seattle sucks!"

No Bruce, Seattle REALY sucks and they always have. Even if they win they suck, just because there from Seattle. They just can't help it.

11:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So the open cup game won't even be broadcasted online like usual?

9:10 AM  
Blogger Alex said...

I'm not blaming the ref for the revs loss, but I will say I hate Blanco. He is everything that is wrong with soccer. All he does is piss and moan... and he runs like Steven Seagal.

10:12 AM  
Blogger Super Rookie said...

Hey Alex,

If Steven Seagal reads this post he will kick your ass. I have seen his movies and he is a tough sonabitch.


Super Rookie

1:03 PM  
Anonymous bq said...

From what I understand, the game will be broadcast free of charge online per USL live.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Ken said...

As a goalie I will go on record as saying: I hate it when my wall jumps.

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Kevin A. said...

"No Bruce, Seattle REALLY sucks and they always have. Even if they win they suck, just because there from Seattle. They just can't help it."

Truer words have never been spoken...

Kevin A.--

6:55 PM  
Blogger kj said...

Eh, you're both dirty, stinkin' hippies.


8:59 PM  
Blogger brucio said...

the good news alex is that blanco loves you

isn't he sweet

12:37 PM  

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