Monday, April 25, 2011

Some News for Mon Apr 25, 2011


Paul Gardner of Soccer America reacts to the horrible tackles that broke the legs of 2 of MLS's brightest attackers this weekend - Steve Zakuani and David Ferreira.
-While I don't ever agree with Gardner 100% on anything, his anger at the aggression of these fouls is right on the money. It must not be tolerated. (Gardner's intolerance of the English game is tiresome though.)

Zakuani of Seattle had his right leg severely broken just above the ankle and will need surgery keeping him out at least 8-10 months.

Ferreira of Dallas, and last seasons MVP, had his right ankle fractured in 2 places and will also require surgery. His timeline is yet to be determined, but it won't be short.

The tackle by Colorado midfielder Brian Mullen Zakuani was inexcusable. Jon Leathers who took out Ferreira was only slightly less egregious. Mullen deserves a stiff penalty.


Support your local professional soccer team in America. Its that simple. If we want a future for Team USA, then it starts in your back yard. Go to games. Pay for tickets. Buy season tickets if you can. It tells the team that you want there to be a future. Stand up. Be part of something.

Brian Quarstad of IMSoccer News puts it best in this great article about supporting our team, NSC Minnesota Stars. I do. Do you?

Home Opener
-Sat Apr 30
NSC Minnesota Stars v Carolina RailHawks - 7:30pm
Venue: National Sports Center Stadium - Blaine MN


I will be up there to begin tailgating around 5:30.



Matches & Scores:
2nd Leg (1st Leg score included)
-Wed Apr 27
Real Salt Lake v Monterrey (2-2) - 9pm CT on FSC



Raphael Honigstein of the Guardian with 5 reasons why Schalke may shock Manchester United.

Kevin McCarra of the Guardian says Man U will have ways to attack Schalke's weaknesses.


Matches & Scores:
1st Leg
-Tue Apr 26
Schalke v Manchester United - 1:30pm CT live on Fox Soccer Channel
Venue: Arena AufSchalke - Gelsenkirchen
-Wed Apr 27
Real Madrid v Barcelona - 1:30pm CT live on Fox Soccer Plus FX
Venue: Estadio Santiago Bernabeu - Madrid


GERMANY: If Borussia Dortmund had won and Bayer Leverkusen had lost the title would have been Dortmunds. But just the opposite happened and now the pressure cranks up another 25% on Dortmund who has a 5 point lead with 3 games to play.
-Sat Apr 23
Monchengladbach 1-0 Dortmund - the big underdogs win the Borussenderby.
Leverkusen 2-1 Hoffenheim


-Sat Apr 23
Inter 2-1 Lazio - the win sends Inter to 2nd place and Napoli back to 3rd place in the quest for Serie A champions League spots.
Valencia 3-6 Real Madrid - they are not even close in the standings and this game shows that despite being #3 & #2 they are not even close in the quality either, and that was with mostly Madrid's second string.
Athletic Bilbao 2-1 Real Sociedad - the Basque Derby goes to the Lions.
Palermo 2-1 Napoli - the Derby Del Sud goes to the Eagles
-Sun Apr 24
Rangers 0-0 Celtic - a scoreless Old Firm derby.


Week 6

Matches & Scores:
-Thu Apr 21
DC United 0-4 New York Red Bulls - NYRB goals by Thierry Henry(2), Joel Lindpere & Juan Agudelo.
Venue: RFK Stadium - Washington DC
Attendance: 18,052
-Fri Apr 22
Colorado Rapids 0-1 Seattle Sounders FC - SS goal by Fred Montero.
Venue: Dick's Sporting Goods Park - Commerce City CO
Attendance: 14,185
-Sat Apr 23
San Jose Earthquakes 1-2 CD Chivas USA - SJE goal by Chris Wondolowski. CUSA goals by Alejandro Moreno & Mariano Trujillo.
Venue: Buck Shaw Stadium - Santa Clara CA
Attendance: 10,525
Toronto FC 1-1 Columbus Crew - TFC goal by Tony Tchani. CC goal by Emilio Renteria.
Venue: BMO Field - Toronto ON
Attendance: 20,145
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 1-2 FC Dallas - VW goal by Alain Rochat. FCD goals by George John & Eric Avila.
Venue: Empire Field - vancouver BC
Attendance: 21,000
New England Revolution 3-2 Sporting Kansas City - NER goals by Marko Perovic, Shalrie Joseph & Rajko Lekic. SKC goals both by Kei Kamara.
Venue: Gillette Stadium - Foxborough MA
Attendance: 11,414
Chicago Fire SC 1-1 Houston Dynamo - CF goal by Diego Chaves. HD goal by Bobby Boswell.
Venue: Toyota Park - Bridegeview IL
Attendance: 12,473
LA Galaxy 3-0 Portland Timbers - LA goals by Chad Barrett & Landon Donovan(2, 1 via PK).
Venue: The Home Depot Center - Carson CA
Attendance: 23,719


Brian Mullan - Colorado - red card
Aurelian Collin - Kansas City - red card
Tony Tchani - Toronto - two yellow cards


11 New York Red Bulls (+7 GD) (7 GP)
10 Philadelphia Union (+2 GD) (5 GP)
9 Houston Dynamo (+2 GD) (6 GP)
9 Columbus Crew (+1 GD) (6 GP)
9 New England Revolution (-1 GD) (7 GP)
7 DC United (-3 GD) (6 GP)
7 Toronto FC (-3 GD) (7 GP)
5 Chicago Fire SC (-3 GD) (6 GP)
4 Sporting Kansas City (-2 GD) (5 GP)

15 LA Galaxy (+3 GD) (8 GP)
12 Real Salt Lake (+7 GD) (4 GP)
9 Colorado Rapids (+1 GD) (6 GP)
9 Seattle Sounders FC (0 GD) (7 GP)
7 FC Dallas (-1 GD) (6 GP)
7 Portland Timbers (-4 GD) (6 GP)
6 CD Chivas USA (-1 GD) (6 GP)
6 Vancouver Whitecaps FC (-2 GD) (7 GP)
5 San Jose Earthquakes (-3 GD) (6 GP)


General News

Kyle McCarthy of on the difficult decisions ahead for MLS on discipline, and the rest of week 6.

Steve Davis of Sports Illustrated with five things you should know from MLS week 6.


5 Charlie Davies
4 Diego Chaves
3 Camilo
3 David Ferreria
3 Chris Wondolowski

5 Davide Chiumiento
4 David Beckham
4 Brad Davis
3 Atiba Harris
3 Jan Gunnar Solli

Note of interest UPDATED: Two of Chris Wondolowski's goals have come via the penalty spot, leaving him one from the run of play. And it has taken him 23 shots, 11 on goal, to score that one. Not a very good ratio. Thanks to everyone who kicked me in the head and told me that Wondo has not scored any PKs this season. All 3 of his goals are from open play. And on a more personal note, I think Wondo is awesome, I was not trying to disparage him.


Notes: Former Chivas USA player Jesus Padilla suited up for San Jose.

Matches & Scores:
-Sat Apr 23
Toronto FC 1-2 Columbus Crew - TFC goal by Tristan Jackman. CC goals by Andres Mendoza & Chris Davis.
-Sun Apr 24
Chicago Fire 3-0 Houston Dynamo - CF goals by Eddie Robinson(OG) & Martin Rivas(2).
San Jose Earthquakes 3-1 Chivas USA - SJE goals by Ryan Johnson, Anthony Ampaipitakwong & Yuri Morales.
LA Galaxy 1-3 Portland Timbers - LAG goal by Bryan Jordan(PK). PT goals by Spencer Thompson(2) & Kevin Goldthwaite.

-Sun May 1
Colorado Rapids v Chicago Fire
-Tue May 3
Sporting Kansas City v Real Salt Lake
Chivas USA v LA Galaxy


MLS Reserve League Standings Etc.


The flames just kicked on underneath the hotseat:
-Peter Vermes - Sporting Kansas City
-Carlos de los Cobos - Chicago Fire SC

There is always the chance that Chicago has decided that they have a long term plan and are sticking with The Conch this season no matter how it starts off.

On the other hand with a new stadium opening in early June I highly doubt KC has that came game plan in mind.


Matches & Scores:
-Sat Apr 23
Montreal Impact 0-0 Tampa Bay FC
Atlanta Silverbacks 1-2 Ft Lauderdale Strikers - AS goal by Mario Perez. FLS goals by Martin Nunez & Eduardo Coudet(PK).
-Tue Apr 26
Puerto Rico Islanders v NSC Minnesota Stars


6 Puerto Rico Islanders (+3 GD) (2 GP)
6 Carolina RailHawks (+2 GD) (3 GP)
6 FC Edmonton (0 GD) (3 GP)
4 NSC Minnesota Stars (+1 GD) (2 GP)
4 Fort Lauderdale Strikers (+1 GD) (3 GP)
4 FC Tampa Bay (-1 GD) (3 GP)
1 Montreal Impact (-2 GD) (3 GP)
0 Atlanta Silverbacks (-3 GD) (3 GP)


MLS Qualifying:

2nd Stage
-Tue Apr 26
DC United v New England Revolution


The U17s were at a tournament in France.
-For the most part these are not the players that qualified for the U17 World Cup earlier this year. These players will make up the core of the next team in 2 years time.


England won the tournament, beating hosts France in Penalty Kicks.

The USA lost all 3 group stage games, but they beat Uruguay handily to finish in 7th place.


Mondial Minimes Montaigu Tournament - Apr 20-25


Group A
7 France (+5)
7 Portugal (+3)
3 Japan (-4)
0 USA (-4)
Group B
7 England (+6)
5 Guinea (+2)
4 UAE (0)
0 Uruguay (-8)


Matches & Scores:
-Wed Apr 20
France 4-0 Japan
Portugal 3-1 USA
England 5-0 Uruguay
UAE 1-1 Guinea
-Thu Apr 21
France 2-1 USA
Portugal 2-1 Japan
Guinea 3-1 Uruguay
England 3-2 UAE
-Sat Apr 23
France 0-0 Portugal
USA 1-2 Japan
England 0-0 Guinea
Uruguay 2-3 UAE
-Mon Apr 25
USA 4-1 Uruguay - 7th & 8th place
Japan 5-1 UAE - 5th & 6th place
Portugal 2-1 Guinea - 3rd & 4th place
France 0-0 England 3-4 in Penalty Kick Shootout - Final


1 England
2 France
3 Portugal
4 Guinea
5 Japan
8 Uruguay


USA U17 Roster
Santiago Castano - NY Red Bulls
Zack Steffen - FC Delco
Russell Canouse - Hoffenheim
Dylan Greenberg - Albertson SC
Matt Habrowski - Derby County Wolves
Luis Martir - Guadalajara Chivas
Miguel Polley - Derby County Wolves
Robby Sagel - Downtown Rapids
Jordan Allen - Empire United
Marco Delgado - Cosmos Academy West
Nicholas Gaitan - Argentinos Juniors
Antonio Murillo - Neusport
Adam Najem - NY Red Bulls
Zach Pfeffer - Philadelphia Union
Paul Arriola - Arsenal FC
Nicko Corriveau - Bethesda SC
Kevin De La Torre - Chivas USA
Alex Muyl - Cosmos Academy East


No word in why Zak Whitbread was subbed off for Norwich except a line in the Eastern Daily Press that said he went straight down the tunnel, indicating a possible injury.


Game Action:

BELGIUM - Pro League - Playoff I
Sacha Kljestan - Anderlecht - did not suit up as they won 1-2 at Lokeren.

Jemal Johnson - Lokomotiv Sofia - went the distance as they won 2-0 v Akademik Sofia.

DENMARK - Superliga -
Clarence Goodson - Brondy - Mon apr 25 - played the full match as they won 0-4 at Randers.
Michael Parkhurst - Nordsjaelland - still out as they drew 3-3 v AaB.
Chris Rolfe - AaB - came on as a sub in the 61st min and scored a goal as they drew 3-3 at Nordsjaelland.

ENGLAND - Premier League
Clint Dempsey - Fulham - started and went 80 min in a 1-1 tie at Wolverhampton.
Brad Friedel - Aston Villa - played the whole game as they drew 1-1 v Stoke.
Marcus Hahnemann - Wolverhampton - on the bench for a 1-1 tie v Fulham.
Tim Howard - Everton - went the distance getting a yellow card and losing 1-0 at Man United.
Jermaine Jones - Blackburn - went the distance but lost 0-1 v Manchester City.
Jonathan Spector - West Ham - played the whole game but lost 3-0 at Chelsea.

ENGLAND - Championship League
Conor Doyle - Derby County - Sat Apr 23 - on the bench as they lost 2-4 v Burnley.
Conor Doyle - Derby County - Mon Apr 25 - on the bench as they lost 3-2 at Norwich.
Robbie Findley - Nottingham Forest - Fri Apr 22 - came on as a sub in the 80th min as they won 3-2 v Leicester.
Robbie Findley - Nottingham Forest - Mon Apr 25 - came on as a sub in the 65th min as they won 2-3 at Bristol City.
Eddie Johnson - Preston North End - Sat Apr 23 - played the full 90 getting a yellow card and losing 4-0 at Millwall.
Eddie Johnson - Preston North End - Mon Apr 25 - did not suit up as they lost 0-1 v Cardiff City.
Eric Lichaj - Leeds - Fri Apr 22 - went the distance in a scoreless draw v Reading.
Eric Lichaj - Leeds - Mon Apr 25 - played the whole game but lost 1-0 at Crystal Palace.
Zak Whitbread - Norwich - Mon Apr 25 - started but was subbed off in the 57th min as they won 3-2 v Derby Country.

ENGLAND - League One
Anton Peterlin - Plymouth Argyle - started and went 89 min as they won 0-1 at Dagenham & Redbridge.
Anton Peterlin - Plymouth Argyle - Mon Apr 25 - came on as a sub in the 58th min as they won 1-0 v Milton Keynes.
Frank Simek - Carlisle United - Sat Apr 23 - played the full 90 and won 2-3 at Rochdale.
Frank Simek - Carlisle United - Mon Apr 25 - played the full 90 but lost 0-1 v Leyton Orient.

FRANCE - Ligue 1
Carlos Bocanegra - Saint Etienne - played the whole game but lost 2-0 at Bordeaux.

GERMANY - Bundesliga
Timmy Chandler - Nurnberg - played the whole game as they tied 0-0 v Mainz.
Ricardo Clark - Eintracht Frankfurt - played the full 90 as they drew 1-1 v Bayern Munich.

GERMANY - 2 Bundesliga
Edson Buddle - Ingolstadt - came on as a sub in the 72nd min as they tied 1-1 at Union Berlin.
Luis Robles - Karlsruher - went the distance but lost 2-1 at Rot Weiss Oberhasuen.
David Yelldell - Duisburg - played the whole game but lost 0-1 v Hertha Berlin.

NETHERLANDS - Eredivisie
Oguchi Onyewu - Twente - came on as a sub in the 90th min as they won 1-2 at Ado Den Haag.

NETHERLANDS - Eerste Divisie
Charles Kazlauskas - Helmond Sport - started and played 78 min but they lost 4-0 at Almere City.

NORWAY - Eliteserien
Erik Benjaminsen - Stabaek - Mon Apr 25 - on the bench as they won 3-1 v Fredrikstad.
Sean Cunningham - Molde - Mon Apr 25 - on the bench as they won 1-3 at Brann.
Mikkel Diskerud - Stabaek - Mon Apr 25 - went the full 90 as they won 3-1 v Fredrikstad.
Josh Gatt - Molde - Mon Apr 25 - came on as a sub in the 64th min as they won 1-3 at Brann.

RUSSIA - Premier Division
Yevgeni Starikov - Tom' Tomsk - on the bench as they drew 1-1 v CSKA Moscow.

SCOTLAND - Premier League Second Stage
Mo Edu - Rangers - started and went 82 min of a scoreless draw v Celtic.

SWEDEN - Allsvenskan Liga
Gale Agbossoumonde - Djurgarden - started and played 62 min as they lost 1-3 v Norrkoping.
Alejandro Bedoya - Orebro - played the full 90 getting a yellow card as they drew 1-1 v Helsingborg.
Ryan Miller - Halmstad - came on as a sub in the 87th as they drew 1-1 v Trelleborg.
Samuel Petrone - Mjallby - on the bench as they drew 1-1 v GAIS.

TURKEY - Super Lig
Jozy Altidore - Bursaspor - came on as a time wasting sub in the 90th min as they won 2-1 v Manisaspor.

TURKEY - 1. Lig
Freddie Adu - Caykur Rizespor - no game this weekend.


Game Action:

Isaac Acuna - Queretaro - started and played the first half as they drew 1-1 v Pachuca.
Jonathan Bornstein - Tigres UANL - on the bench as they won 0-3 at Morelia.
Edgar Castillo - Puebla - did not suit up as they drew 1-1 at Monterrey.
Herculez Gomez - Pachuca - played the full match scoring a goal and getting a yellow card as they drew 1-1 at Queretaro.
Sonny Guadarrama - Atlante - came on as a sub in the 59th getting a yellow card as they drew 1-1 at America.
Miguel Ponce - Guadalajara - played the full game as they drew 1-1 at Cruz Azul.
Jose Torres - Pachuca - went the distance as they drew 1-1 at Queretaro.


Coming Up:

LIGA DE ASCENSO (2nd division) - Promotion Playoff Quarterfinals
Joe Benny Corona - Tijuana - Tue Apr 26 at Cruz Azul Hidalgo - 1st Leg
Joe Benny Corona - Tijuana - Fri Apr 29 v Cruz Azul Hidalgo - 2nd Leg


Recap du Nord: The penultimate round was played this weekend. Meaning next weekend is it for claiming a playoff spot. Tigres, Pumas and Morelia were already in. No one else clinched a spot this weekend, and no one was eliminated either. So 5 places are still up for grabs and 8 teams want in. 3 are going to be very sad at this time next week. Go get em boyz. As for the round that just finished: In Group B #2 America could only get a tie, while #3 Atlas won giving them the new 2nd place spot and dropping America out of the playoff spots completely and in to the Wild Card chase. And in the Wild Card Monterrey is ahead of America only on goal differential.

Playoff Standings as of Sun Apr 24:
Group A
ADV-32 UANL Tigres
25 Guadalajara
Group B
24 Atlante
23 Atlas (+3 GD)
Group C
ADV-35 UNAM Pumas
ADV-28 Morelia
Wild Card
25 Cruz Azul
23 Monterrey (+2 GD)
- - - - -
23 America (+1 GD) - B
20 Santos Laguna - A
21 Toluca - B


Matches & Scores:
-Fri Apr 22
Necaxa 0-1 Pumas UNAM
-Sat Apr 23
Cruz Azul 1-1 Guadalajara
Queretaro 1-1 Pachuca
Monterrey 1-1 Puebla
Santos Laguna 1-3 San Luis
Atlas 2-0 Jaguares
-Sun Apr 24
Morelia 0-3 Tigres UANL
Toluca 4-4 Estudiantes Tecos
America 1-1 Atlante


Recap du Nord: Man U, Chelsea & Man City won. Arsenal lost. Tottenham tied. But nothing changed in the standings except the distances between a few teams.

Simon Burnton & Rob Bagchi of the Guardian with five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend.

Top of the Premier League Table: (34 of 38 GP)
73 Man United - Sat Apr 23 W 1-0 v Everton
67 Chelsea - Sat Apr 23 W 3-0 v West Ham (+37 GD)
64 Arsenal - Sun Apr 24 L 2-1 at Bolton
59 Man City - Mon Apr 25 W 0-1 at Blackburn (33 GP)
55 Tottenham - Sat Apr 23 D 2-2 v West Brom (33 GP)

Liverpool is closing in on Tottenham in 5th place. They are 3 points back and 4 ahead in goal differential. They also play each other on the second to last weekend.


David Conn of the Guardian on the continuing government probe into English football.

Gabriele Marcotti of the Wall Street Journal calls Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez the Most Valuable Player in the Premier League.

David James of the Observer on the 20th anniversary of Sky Sports in England.

Paul Doyle of the Guardian says the penalty laws need an update.


Recap du Nord: Nothing changed as 1 & 2 Barca and Madrid won, while #3 Valencia lost badly to Madrid but #4 Villarreal couldn't make up any ground as they lost too. And finally 5th place Bilbao won and solidified where they are in the standings.

Top of the Primera Division Table: (33 of 38 GP)
88 Barcelona - Sat Apr 23 W 2-0 v Osasuna
80 Real Madrid - Sat Apr 23 W 3-6 at Valencia
63 Valencia - Sat Apr 23 L 3-6 v Real Madrid
57 Villarreal - Sun Apr 24 L 3-2 at Sevilla
51 Athletic Bilbao - Sat Apr 23 W 2-1 v Sociedad


Recap du Nord: #1 Lille drew leaving the door open for #2 Marseille to take the lead with a win when they play on Wednesday. #3 Lyon play Wed as well. #4 PSG drew and #5 Rennes lost. But the rankings all stayed the same.

Top of the Ligue 1 Table: (32 GP of 38)
60 Lille - Sun Apr 24 D 1-1 at Lorient
58 Marsielle - Wed Apr 27 v Nice (31 GP)
53 Lyon - Wed Apr 27 v Montpellier (+23) (31 GP)
53 PSG - Sun Apr 24 D 2-2 at Brest (+14)
51 Rennes - Sun Apr 24 L 1-0 at Monaco


Recap du Nord: Ooooooo hooooooo! #1 Dortmund lost again, and with 2nd place Leverkusen winning the lead is down to 5 points. And Bayern tied again dropping them back to 4th and Hannover won moving them back up to 3rd. Yo-yo. Mainz had a scoreless draw and remain 5th.

Top of the Bundesliga Table: (31 of 34 GP)
69 Borussia Dortmund - Sat Apr 23 L 1-0 at Monchengladbach
64 Bayer Leverkusen - Sat Apr 23 W 2-1 v Hoffenheim
56 Bayern Munich - Sat Apr 23 D 1-1 at Eintracht Frankfurt
57 Hannover - Thu Apr 21 W 1-3 at Freiburg
49 Mainz - Sun Apr 24 D 0-0 at Nurnberg


Recap du Nord: Milan won giving them an 8 point lead with 4 games to play. Napoli lost and fell back to 3rd while an Inter over Lazio win moved them back up to 2nd place. Lazio stay in 4th and a loss for Napoli leaves them in 5th place.

Paolo Bandini of the Guardian on Nicola Pozzi & Sampdoria and the rest of the weekend in Serie A.

Top of the Serie A Table: (34 of 38 GP)
74 Milan - Sat Apr 23 0-1 at Brescia
66 Inter - Sat Apr 23 W 2-1 v Lazio
65 Napoli -Sat Apr 23 L 2-1 at Palermo
60 Lazio - Sat Apr 23 L 2-1 at Inter
59 Udinese - Sat Apr 23 L 0-2 v Parma


-The Eredivise race is extemely close, as it alway seems to be, between 3 teams.

Recap du Nord: #1 PSV lost while the other two won moving Twente into 1st place and Ajax into 2nd. PSV dropped to 3rd.

Top of the Eredivisie Table: (32 of 34 GP)
68 Twente (+29 GD) - Fri Apr 22 W 1-2 at ADO Den Haag
67 Ajax (+39 GD) - Sun Apr 24 W 4-1 v Excelsior
65 PSV Eindhoven (+44 GD) - Sun Apr 24 L 3-1 at Feyenoord
(Twente goes to Ajax on the final day of the season.)


Round Of 16

Matches & Scores:
1st Leg
-Tue Apr 26
Velez Sarsfield v LDU Quito
Gremio v Univ Catolica
-Wed Apr 27
Once Caldas v Cruzeiro
Santos v America
Chiapas Jaguares v Junior
Estuniantes v Cerro Porteno
-Thu Apr 28
Fluminense v Libertad
Penarol v Internacional


Who had Sat Apr 23 in the Fernando Torres goal drought ending pool? You have a large sum awaiting you at the cashiers window.


Anonymous Slyboy said...

Love your blog, but I have NO idea where you got your Wondolowski goal information. Wondo has three goals. Two vs Dallas and one against Chivas. The first goal against Dallas was a volley, the second was a headed cross. Against Chivas the goal he scored was a header at a tight angle. He has no penalty goals so far this season

11:22 PM  
OpenID e17bc014-6fd1-11e0-a75a-000f20980440 said...

Bruce - while you got his stats correct (23 shots, 11 on goal), and agree that overall it's poor, all THREE of Wondo's goals this season have been from open play. There was the brace against Dallas (a spin-n-hit volley off a chest trap AND a header) and then his header last weekend against Chivas. No PKs at all.

At least he's TRYING to score goals for his team. No shots = no goals, every day, every time, so I'm happy to take 23 shots, 11 on frame, with only 3 goals, over ZERO shots and ZERO goals.

Now, I love your blog, and read it daily, and it's occurred to me that San Jose does not feature in most of your daily insights, so when you DO choose to mention them, could you at least get the primary point you're trying to make correct, huh?

1:58 AM  
Blogger brucio said...

It appears that I made that up about Wondo.

Would not be the first time I thought I knew everything and it turns out I know nothing.

Thanks for straightening me out. Always appreciated.

As for never mentioning the Quakes. There are almost no articles ever written about them. I try my damnedest to find anything about them. If there are some news sources that I am missing pleeeeeease lead me to them. I would love to spread more words about Frank Yallop.s team. he is one of the good guys!

8:23 AM  

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