Monday, May 25, 2009

Some News For Mon May 25

[EDITORS NOTE: DUE TO SOME SORT OF BRAIN WARP THERE WERE SEVERAL ERRORS IN THIS POST THAT HAVE NOW BEEN FIXED, BUT THERE WERE SO MANY THAT I FELT THIS NOTE WAS EASIER THAN MARKING THEM INDIVIDUALLY - THANKS TO ALL THOSE THAT BROUGHT THE IDIOCY OF MY WAYS TO MY ATTENTION - YOU ARE BELOVED]

STARTERS

Wolfsburg are the German Bundesliga champions! Gluckwunsche!

dN

Rangers are the Scottish Premiership champions! Congratulations!

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Porto are the Portuguese Liga champions! Parabens!

MLS

Week 10 Matches:
Saturday, May 23
Toronto FC 3-1 New England Revolution - TFC goals by Dwayne DeRosario & Amado Guevara(2). NER goal by Shalrie Joseph.
Venue: BMO Field - Toronto ON
Attendance: 20,478
DC United 0-0 Real Salt Lake
Venue: RFK Stadium - Washington DC
Attendance: 16,089
Kansas City Wizards 1-1 Chivas USA - KCW goal by Claudio Lopez. CUSA goals by Eduardo Lillingston.
Venue: Community America Ballpark - Kansas City KS
Attendance: 10,385
FC Dallas 1-1 Los Angeles Galaxy - FCD goal by Drew Moor. LAG goal by Landon Donovan.
Venue: Pizza Hut Park - Frisco TX
Attendance: 9,595
Houston Dynamo 3-1 San Jose Earthquakes - HD goals by Brian Ching, Kei Kamara & Craig Waibel. SJE goal by Ryan Johnson.
Venue: Robertson Stadium - Houston TX
Attendance: 12,619
Colorado Rapids 2-2 Seattle Sounders FC - CR goals by Conor Casey & Colin Clark. SSFC goals by Fredy Montero & Nate Jaqua.
Venue: Dick's Sporting Goods Park - Commerce City CO
Attendance: 16,528
Sunday, May 24
New York Red Bulls 0-1 Chicago Fire - CF goal by Chris Rolfe
Venue: Giants Stadium - East Rutherford NJ
Attendance: 10,762

Columbus had a buy this week.

dN

Ejections:
Josh Wolff - KCW - Red Card
Santiago Hirsig - KCW - 2 Yello Cards
Marcelo Saragosa - FCD - Red Card

dN

Frank Yallop has to be on the hot seat in San Jose big time!

dN

Top Goal Scorers
6 Landon Donovan - Los Angeles
6 Conor Casey - Colorado
6 Brian McBride - Chicago
6 Josh Wolff - Kansas City
5 Amado Guevara - Toronto
5 Robbie Findley - Salt Lake
5 Guillermo Barros Schelotto - Columbus
5 Luciano Emilio - DC

dN

Playoff Picture - if the regular season ended today:
(Top 2 in the East and West plus next 4 make the post season)
East
Chicago
DC
West
Chivas
Seattle
Next 4
Toronto
Kansas City
Houston
Colorado
Out
Salt Lake
LA
New England
New York
Columbus
Dallas
San Jose

AMERICANS IN EUROPE

Michael Bradley and Monchengladbach drew 1-1 on the last game of the season and that point is what separated them from the drop zone. The will play in the Bundesliga again next season. Bradley played the entire match.

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Oguchi Onyewu and Standard Liege won the 2nd leg playoff game 1-0 and won the Belgian Jupiler league championship 2-1 on aggregate! Gooch went the full 90 in his last game for the team.

dN

Maurice Edu & DaMarcus Beasley and Rangers won 3-0 over Dundee United to claim the SPL title! Edu went the full 90. Beasley did not dress.

dN

The Americans in England's Premier League finished 5th, 6th and 7th!!!!
-Tim Howard and Everton at 5
-Brad Friedel & Brad Guzan and Aston Villa at 6
-Clint Dempsey and Fulham at 7

AMERICANS IN MEXICO

Jose Francisco Torres and Pachuca are through to the Clausura Liguilla Final

MEXICO

Liguilla
Semifinals
2nd leg
UNAM 1-2 Puebla (2-1) - series ends tied 3-3, so higher seed, Pumas, advances
Pachuca 2-3 Indios Juarez - Pach advance 4-3 on aggregate

Final
1st Leg
-Thu May 28
UNAM Pumas v Pachuca
2nd Leg
-Sun May 31
Pachuca v UNAM Pumas

ENGLAND

Relegated from the top flight (season is over - bottom three go down):
34 Newcastle
32 Middlesbrough
32 West Bromich Albion

EUROPE

France Ligue 1 title race (1 game left to play):
77 Bordeaux - final match: Sat May 30 at Caen
74 Marseille - final match: Sat May 30 v Stade Rennes

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Relegation battles:

Italy (1 game left to go - bottom three go down)
34 Bologna - final match: Sun May 31 v Catania
34 Torino - final match: Sun May 31 at Roma
- - - - -
30 Lecce
30 Reggina

Spain (1 game left to go - bottom three go down)
42 Valladolid - final match: Sun May 31 at Real Betis
41 Getafe - final match: Sun May 31 at Racing Santander
41 Real Betis - final match: Sun May 31 v Valladolid
40 Osasuna - final match: Sun May 31 v Real Madrid
40 Sporting Gijon - final match: Sun May 31 v Recreativo Huelva
- - - - -
35 Numancia
33 Recreativo Huelva

Germany (season over - bottom two go down, with 3rd from bottom playing home & away against #3 from 2.Bundesliga for the last spot to stay up/go down)
30 Energie Cottbus - home & away playoff with Nurnberg
- - - - -
29 Karlsruhe
28 Arminia Bielefeld

France (1 game left to go - bottom three go down)
39 Sochaux - final match: Sat May 30 at Grenoble
39 Le Mans - final match: Sat May 30 at Lorient
37 Caen - final match: Sat May 30 v Bordeaux
37 St Etienne - final match: Sat May 30 v Valenciennes
34 Nantes - final match: Sat May 30 v Auxerre
- - - - -
25 Le Havre - final match: Sun May 31

8 Comments:

Blogger Krista said...

Bordeaux are not champions...yet. They need one point to win it this weekend.

12:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

France, Italy and Spain aren't done yet, so some teams can still avoid relegation

3:28 PM  
Anonymous Frank said...

Cottbus of the German Bundesliga hasn't been relegated yet. They will face the 3rd-placed team from the second division in a playoff.

8:05 AM  
Blogger brucio said...

how did i screw this all up so badly?

must be the heavy crack usage weekend

or maybe they fact that the minnesota thunder has still not won a single game in 7 tries this season has damaged my brain

thanks everyone, i will go work on those corrections now!

8:13 AM  
Blogger Demko said...

I think it's the crack. Definitely the crack.

9:56 AM  
Blogger chad said...

brucio we are your loyal minions...just tell us what to do.

12:15 PM  
Blogger ahmed said...

I have visted this site and got lots of information than that of i visited before a month.

work from home

3:19 AM  
Blogger Amber Wentworth said...

Well, there was a lot of information you provided so a few mistakes are allowed! Luckily there are people on the ball who are only too eager to correct them as best as they can. I have to say I like your blog as it gives me all the football results in one place so I get an overall view of what’s going on in the world of football without having to make much effort myself!

2:37 AM  

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