Monday, April 09, 2012

Some Soccer News for Mon Apr 9, 2012


Clint Dempsey continued his amazing season with 2 more goals for Fulham, and maybe even bigger for the team is that they came on the road where the team scores few and rarely wins. Again, amazing!
-Dempsey has 21 goals in 40 games in all competitions this season.
-English tabloids are reporting that Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham are all interested in buying Dempsey this summer.
-Dempsey has set a new Premiership record at Fulham beating the old one of 14 by Louis Saha.

And then Dempsey goes and scores a goal again today against Chelsea, but odds are very good that it will be credited as an own goal as it was going wide and then hit a defender to deflect in.
-And for those of you playing the JP Dellacamera "deflected" game you can take a drink now.


Thierry Henry has been named MLS Player of the Week for an unprecedented 3rd consecutive round.


Michael Bradley scored his first Serie A goal for Chievo! Huge!


DaMarcus Beasley and Joe Corona both scored in Mexico too.


In the German Bundesliga title race Dortmund leads Bayern by 3 points with 5 games to play and the two face off on Wednesday! Nice!


There is a new leader in Serie A as Milan lost and fell behind Juventus.


The USA U17s beat Mexico 1-0 today in their final match of the Mondial Minimes tournament in France.


Season Opener

The team began defense of their championship by dominating a scoreless game. But no goals means only 1 point. They deserved more.

Actually the Star should have buried them!

Neil Hlavaty had the best chance to win the game for the Stars but missed a Penalty Kick late, only proving that even the very best at it are not perfect.

Carolina keeper Ray Burse was the Man of the Match for sure.

You can't really see me in this clip but I am carrying the NASL Championship Trophy out of the tunnel to begin the game!
-Thanks to Aaron for the video.

Match & Score:
-Sat Apr 7
Minnesota Stars FC 0-0 Carolina RailHawks
Venue: Minneapolis Metrodome
Atten: 8,693

The most exciting thing about this article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune is that its actually about the game. 99% of the time articles written about this team or its precursor revolve around off field issues. Thanks Star Trib.
-David La Vaque of the Minneapolis Star Tribune with a match report.


Sign up today for MLS Fantasy Soccer Manager, and then become a member of the du Nord Futbol league using this code: 3815-897

There are 133 teams in our league!

Central and Front FC managed by Antonio Fresco is in 1st Place!


Bobby McMahon of Forbes with an article on the mega giant behemoth cash cow called the Champions League.


Former Arsenal player Emmanuel Eboue has been unleashing on another former Arsenal player Samir Nasri for the past 24 hours or so on Twitter. Wow!


"We have six games left and he will not play."
-Manchester City head coach Robero Mancini

Due to the recent moronic behavior by Mario Balotelli on the field, like another red card on Saturday against Arsenal, Mancini has said that he will not play any more games this season.


A look at the title races in the top 6 leagues of Europe as of Sun Apr 8:
3 pts/5 gms -Bundesliga is a 2 team race: Dortmund(66) & Bayern (63)
8 pts/6 gms -Premier League is a 2 team race: Man U(79) & Man City(71)
1 pt/7 gms -Serie A is a 2 team race: Juve(65) & Milan(64)
0 pts/7 gms -Ligue 1 is a 2 team race: Montpellier (63) & PSG (63) - But Mont has 1 game in hand
4 pts/7 gms -Primera Division is a 2 team race again: Real Madrid(79) & Barca(75)
1 pt/6 gms -Eredivisie is still a 6 teams race: Ajax(58), AZ(57), Twente(55), PSV(54), Feyenoord(54) & Heerenveen(54)

Matches & Scores:
-Sat Apr 7
Lazio 3-1 Napoli - #3 got an important win dropping their rivals from 4th to 5th in the race for the last Champions League spot(3rd).
-Sun Apr 8
Arsenal 1-0 Manchester City - Arsenal plays the spoiler role! Man City falls 8 points back now.
Real Madrid 0-0 Valencia - #1 draws with #3 and their lead over Barca now closes to just 4 points. Can you hear that choking sound?
PSG 2-1 Marseille - Le Classique - the biggest rivalry in France, and the Paris team wins to stay in 2nd place on goal differential alone.

-Wed Apr 11
Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munchen - Oh Yeah! #1 v #2! Huge game this late in the season!
Juventus v Lazio - #2 v #3
Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid - the Madrid derby


US Soccer has a long Q & A with Tim Ream about the start to his career at Bolton Wanderers. (posted on Friday but still very relevant.)


Pele signed on to Twitter this afternoon and in just 2 hours had 80,000 followers.


Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post says 2 more DC United players carry on the team tradition of joining the fans in the stands to bang on drums.


Montreal's Donovan Ricketts makes an amazing save and Toronto's Danny Koevermans get the man zone.



Matches & Scores:
-Wed Apr 4
Real Salt Lake 1-0 Montreal Impact - RSL goal by Paulo Jr.
Venue: Rio Tinto Stadium
Atten: 21,191
-Thu Apr 5
FC Dallas 1-0 New England Revolution - FCD goal by Ugo Ihemelu.
Venue: FC Dallas Stadium
Atten: 11,043
-Sat Apr 7
Montreal Impact 2-1 Toronto FC - MI goals by Sinisia Ubiparipovic & Andrew Wenger. TFC goal by Danny Koevermans.
Venue: Olympic Stadium
Atten: 23,120
Columbus Crew 1-4 New York Red Bulls - CC goal by Chad Marshall. NYRB goals by Kenny Cooper(2) & Thierry Henry(2).
Venue: Crew Stadium
Atten: 11,516
Sporting Kansas City 1-0 LA Galaxy - SKC goal by Kei Kamara.
Venue: Livestrong Sporting Park
Atten: 20,323
San Jose Earthquakes 3-1 Vancouver Whitecaps FC - SJE goals by Chris Wondolowski(2) & Alan Gordon. VW goal by Sebastien Le Toux.
Venue: Buck Shaw Stadium
Atten: 10,525
DC United 0-0 Seattle Sounders FC
Venue: RFK Stadium
Atten: 15,651
Real Salt Lake 2-0 Colorado Rapids - RSL goals by Alvaro Saborio & Fabian Espindola.
Venue: Rio Tinto Stadium
Atten: 16,870
Portland Timber v CD Chivas USA - PT goal by Kris Boyd. CUSA goals by Alejandro Moreno & Nick LaBrocca.
Venue: JELD-WEN Field
Atten: 20,438

Bye: Houston Dynamo, Chicago Fire & Philadelphia Union


I am at a loss as to why MLS would allow THESE highlights from the Columbus-New York game to be used on their website. Terrible pictures, digital distortion, audio and video way out of sync, and the video missing all together. This stuff is embarrassing.

Speaking of embarrassing, how about that attendance in Columbus. Gorgeous weather and not even 12,000 in the stands. Just Brutal.

Oh My, how about this "slo-mo" goal celebration from KC - Kamara, Sapong & Besler re-enacting some kind of action movie sequence to perfection! HI-Larious.

For what feels like the 10th time already this season Sean Franklin is the LA player who gets burned for a goal. What is going on with him?

Logan Emory - Toronto - red card

Leading Goal Scorers:
7 Thierry Henry
6 Kenny Cooper
6 Chris Wondolowski
4 David Estrada
3 Fabian Espindola
3 Kei Kamara
3 Robbie Keane
3 Darlington Nagbe
3 CJ Sapong


15 Sporting Kansas City (+7)
9 New York Red Bulls (+6)
6 Houston Dynamo (0)
6 Columbus Crew (-2)
6 New England Revolution (-2)
5 DC United (0)
4 Chicago Fire SC (-1)
4 Montreal Impact (-7)
1 Philadelphia Union (-4)
0 Toronto FC (-7)
15 Real Salt Lake (+7)
12 San Jose Earthquakes (+6)
9 Colorado Rapids (0)
8 Vancouver Whitecaps FC (+1)
7 Seattle Sounders FC (+3)
7 FC Dallas (-2)
6 CD Chivas USA (-1)
4 Portland Timbers (-1)
3 LA Galaxy (-3)


General News

Kyle McCarthy of with 5 key factors from week 5 games.

Leander Schaeklaeckens of ESPN with some things we learned in week 5.

Joe Prince-Wright and Steve Busfield of the Guardian with what we learned in week five.

Avi Creditor of Sports Illustrated with a review of the weekend's game.

Player Transactions

Toronto FC has signed 18 year old goalkeeper Quillan Roberts from their academy.


Jose Ortiz of the Chron reports that Brad Davis has jacked up his hamstring and he could be back on the shelf.


Luke Wileman of TSN writes about Impact head coach Jesse Marsch showing TFC counterpart Aron Winter how its done.


Fabian Espindola has now tied Robbie Findley for the most goals scored by a RSL player at 29.


Joshua Mayers of the Times talks to Marc Burch who came oh so close to pulling off one of those return-to-the-team-that-sent-you-packing-and-score-to-sun-a-sword-through-them numbers. But alas he didn't.


Duncan Fletcher of Sports Net on TFC's SOS: not Save Our Ship, but Same Old Shit.

Nigel Reed of CBC wonders what is next for TFC and coach Aron Winter - the revolving door could be opening again.


Matches & Scores:
-Sat Apr 7
Columbus Crew 2-1 New York Red Bulls - CC goals by Aaron Schoenfeld & Justin Meram. NYRB goal by Tyler Ruthven.
-Sun Apr 8
Real Salt Lake 0-1 Colorado Rapids - CR goal by Tony Cascio.
San Jose Earthquakes 1-2 Vancouver Whitecaps FC - SJE goal by Anthony Ampaipitakwong. VW goals by Long Tan & Atiba Harris.
-Mon Apr 9
Philadelphia Union 4-2 New England Revolution - PU goals by Josue Martinez(2), Antoine Hoppenot & Cristhian Hernandez. NER goals both by Kenny Mansally(2, 1 via PK).
-Tue Apr 10
Sporting Kansas City v Chicago Fire SC
FC Dallas v Houston Dynamo
Seattle Sounders FC v Portland Timbers
Toronto FC v Montreal Impact



Matches & Scores:
-Sat Apr 7
Atlanta Silverbacks 0-0 San Antonio Scorpions FC
Fort Lauderdale Strikers FC 1-0 FC Edmonton - FLS goal by Andy Herron.
Puerto Rico Islanders FC 1-0 Tampa Bay Rowdies - PRI goal by Nicholas Addlery.
Minnesota Stars FC 0-0 Carolina RailHawks FC
-Sat Apr 14
Carolina RailHawks FC v Atlanta Silverbacks
Tampa Bay Rowdies v FC Edmonton
Fort Lauderdale Strikers FC v Minnesota Stars FC
-Sun Apr 15
San Antonio Scorpions FC v Puerto Rico Islanders FC

Watch online


Matches & Scores:
-Fri Apr 6
Antigua Barracuda FC 0-1 Pittsburgh Riverhounds
-Sat Apr 7
Richmond Kickers 1-2 Charleston Battery
Charlotte Eagles 0-2 Orlando City
-Sun Apr 8
Antigua Barracuda FC 3-1 Pittsburgh Riverhounds

-Fri Apr 13
Charlotte Eagles v Dayton Dutch Lions
-Sat Apr 14
Charleston Battery v Richmond Kickers
Los Angeles Blues v Rochester Rhinos
-Sun Apr 15
Orlando City v Wilmington Hammerheads



The team is in Portland OR from Apr 9 to 16.

Matches & Scores:
-Thu Apr 12
USA v Univ Portland
-Sun Apr 15
USA v Opponent TBA

Tomas Gomez - Georgetown Univ
Jake McGuire - Chivas USA Academy
Christian Dean - Univ California
Bryan Gallego - Univ Akron
Jordan McCrary - Univ North Carolina
Eric Miller - Univ Creighton
Juan Pablo Ocegueda - UANL Tigres
Boyd Okwuonu - Univ North Carolina
William Packwood - Birmingham City
Jeffrey Payeras - LA Galaxy Academy
Derek Vogel - Pateadores
Seth Casiple - Univ California
Luis Gil - Real Salt Lake
Benji Joya - Santos Laguna
Mikey Lopez - Univ North Carolina
Collin Martin - DC United Academy
Victor Pineda - Chicago Fire
Wil Trapp - Univ Akron
Daniel Cuevas - Santos Laguna
Ethan Decker - New York Red Bulls Academy
Daniel Garcia - FC Dallas Academy
Jack McBean - LA Galaxy
James Rogers - Univ New Mexico
Jonathan Top - FC Dallas


Mondial Minimes tournament in Montaigu France

USA claims 5th place, and finishes with 3 wins and 1 loss.

Matches & Scores:
-Wed Apr 3
USA 4-0 UAE - USA goals by Ahinga Selemani, Tyler Turner, Wesley Wade & Bradford Jamieson.
-Thu Apr 5
USA 0-1 Portugal
-Sat Apr 7
USA 1-1 Japan - USA advances 4-3 in Penalty Kick Shootout - USA goal by Bradford Jamieson.
-Mon Apr 9
USA 1-0 Mexico - USA goal by Wesley Wade.

Paul Christensen - Seattle Sounders Academy
Evan Louro - New York Red Bulls Academy
Adonis Amaya - Chivas USA Academy
Elijah Martin - Cal Odyssey
Shaquell Moore - Cobb FC
Kevin Politz - New York Red Bulls Academy
Tommy Redding - FC America Premier
John Requejo Jr - Real So Cal
Tyler Turner - South Central Premier
Corey Baird - San Diego Surf
Junior Flores - McLean Youth Soccer
Angel Heredia - San Jose Earthquakes Academy
Cameron Lindley - Indiana United
Rubio Rubin - Westside Metros
Bradford Jamieson - Chivas USA Academy
DeAndre Robinson - Concorde Fire
Ahinga Selemani - CSA Wolves
Wesley Wade - New York Red Bulls Academy


Carlos Bocanegra, Mo Edu and Ale Bedoya & Rangers move into the "playoffs" in Scotland to battle for European places next season. Its a 6 team round robin tourney that begins on the 21st.
-The finished the regular season this weekend in 2nd place.

Jermaine Jones did not suit up for Schalke this weekend due to yellow card accumulation suspension.

Mike Grella scored the game winner for Bury in England's League One today.


Game Action:

BELGIUM - Pro League
Mikkel Diskerud - Gent - came off the bench in the 19th min but lost 2-0 at Genk.
Sacha Kljestan - Anderlecht - went the full 90 as they tied 0-0 at Standard Liege.

DENMARK - Superliga
Clarence Goodson - Brondy - Mon Apr 9 v Koge
Shawn Nicklaw - HB Koge - Mon Apr 9 at Brondby
Conor O'Brien - SonderjyskE - played the full 90 as they tied 1-1 at Odense.
Michael Parkhurst - Nordsjaelland - played the whole game as they tied 1-1 at Midtjylland.
Brad Rusin - HB Koge - Mon Apr 9 at Brondby

ENGLAND - Premier League
Clint Dempsey - Fulham - played the entire match scoring 2 goals as they won 0-3 at Bolton.
Brad Friedel - Tottenham - played the whole game as they tied 0-0 at Sunderland.
Brad Guzan - Aston Villa - on the bench as they drew 1-1 at Liverpool.
Tim Howard - Everton - played the full 90 and drew 2-2 at Norwich.
Eric Lichaj - Aston Villa - played the whole game as they tied 1-1 at Liverpool.
Tim Ream - Bolton - went the distance but lost 0-3 v Fulham.

ENGLAND - Premier League
Clint Dempsey - Fulham - Mon Apr 9 - went the full 90 as they tied 1-1 v Chelsea.
Brad Friedel - Tottenham - Mon Apr 9 - went the distance but lost 1-2 v Norwich.
Brad Guzan - Aston Villa - Mon Apr 9 - on the bench as they tied 1-1 v Stoke.
Tim Howard - Everton - Mon Apr 9 - went the distance as they won 4-0 v Sunderland.
Eric Lichaj - Aston Villa - Mon Apr 9 - played the entire game getting a yellow card as they drew 1-1 v Stoke.
Tim Ream - Bolton - Mon Apr 9 - played the whole 90 but lost 2-0 at Newcastle.

ENGLAND - Championship League
Robbie Rogers - Leeds - came on as a sub in the 85th min but lost 2-0 at Reading.

ENGLAND - Championship League
Robbie Rogers - Leeds - Mon Apr 9 - came on as a sub in the 76th min but lost 0-2 v Derby.

ENGLAND - League One
Mike Grella - Bury - Mon Apr 9 - went the full 90 scoring a goal v Colchester.
Frank Simek - Carlisle United - Mon Apr 9 - played the whole game as they tied 0-0 v Scunthorpe.

GERMANY - Bundesliga
Timmy Chandler - Nurnberg - played the entire game as they tied 2-2 at Freiburg.
Steve Cherundolo - Hannover - on the bench as they lost 3-0 at Schalke.
Fabian Johnson - Hoffenheim - played the whole game and won 1-2 at Kaiserslautern.
Alfredo Morales - Hertha Berlin - on the bench for a scoreless draw at Gladbach.
Daniel Williams - Hoffenheim - went the distance and won 1-2 at Kaiserslautern.
Andrew Wooten - Kaiserslautern - came on as a sub in the 63rd min but lost 1-2 v Hoffenheim.

GERMANY - 2 Bundesliga
Villyan Bijev - Fortuna Dusseldorf - Thu Apr 5 - came on as a sub in the 82nd min but lost 2-1 v Hansa Rostock.
Matt Taylor - Paderborn - came in as a sub in the 64 min and tied 2-2 v 1860.

ITALY - Serie A
Michael Bradley - Chievo Verona - played the whole game scoring a goal as they won 3-2 v Catania.

NETHERLANDS - Eerste Divisie
Charles Kazlauskas - Helmond Sport - Fri Apr 6 - came on as a sub in the 74th min as they won 1-0 v Volendam.
Charles Kazlauskas - Helmond Sport - Mon Apr 9 - started and played 62 min as they won 0-3 at AGOVV.

NORWAY - Eliteserien
Ricardo Clark - Stabaek - Mon Apr 9 - played the whole game but lost 3-0 at Tromso.
Steve Clark - Honefoss - Mon Apr 9 - played the entire match as they drew 1-1 v Fredrikstad.
Sean Cunningham - Stabaek - Mon Apr 9 - went the distance losing 3-0 at Tromso.
Josh Gatt - Molde - Mon Apr 9 - went the full 90 as they won 2-1 v Brann.
Kenneth Di Vita Jensen - Honefoss - Mon Apr 9 - came on as a sub in the 70th min as they tied 1-1 v Fredrikstad.

NORWAY - 1 Divisjon
Rhett Bernstein - Mjondalen - Mon Apr 9 - played the full 90 as they won 0-1 at Alta.

PORTUGAL - Liga de Honra
Caleb Patterson-Sewell - Atletico CP - went the distance but lost 1-0 at Penafiel.
Tony Taylor - Estoril - played the entire game and scored a goal as they won 2-0 v Naval.

SCOTLAND - Premier League
Alejandro Bedoya - Rangers - on the bench as they won 3-1 v St Mirren.
Carlos Bocanegra - Rangers - played the whole match getting a yellow card as they won 3-1 v St Mirren.
Mo Edu - Rangers - went the distance as they won 3-1 v St Mirren.

SWEDEN - Superettan
Lester Dewee - Angelholms - came on as a sub in the 86 min as they tied 1-1 at Trelleborg.
Brian Edwards - Degerfors - played the whole game but lost 1-3 v Jonkopings Sodra.
Patrick Hopkins - Ljungskile - went the full 90 but lost 0-1 v Osters.
Baggio Husidic - Hammarby - Mon Apr 9 - went the distance as they won 1-0 v Halmstad.
Ryan Miller - Halmstad - Mon Apr 9 - played the entire game getting a yellow card and losing 1-0 at Hammarby.
Matt Pyzdrowski - Angelholms - went the full 90 as they tied 1-1 at Trelleborg.
Billy Schuler - Hammarby - Mon Apr 9 - came on as a sub in the dying seconds as they won 1-0 v Halmstad.
Steffen Vroom - Ljungskile - played the whole match but lost 0-1 v Osters.


Coming Up:

GERMANY - Bundesliga
Terrence Boyd - Dortmund - Wed Apr 11 v Bayern Munich
Timmy Chandler - Nurnberg - Wed Apr 11 v Schalke
Steve Cherundolo - Hannover - Wed Apr 11 v Wolfsburg
Joe Gyau - Hoffenheim - Wed Apr 11 v Hamburg
Fabian Johnson - Hoffenheim - Wed Apr 11 v Hamburg
Jermaine Jones - Schalke - Wed Apr 11 at Nurnberg
Alfredo Morales - Hertha Berlin - Tue Apr 10 v Freiburg
Daniel Williams - Hoffenheim - Wed Apr 11 v Hamburg
Andrew Wooten - Kaiserslautern - Wed Apr 11 at Bayer Leverkusen
David Yelldell - Bayer Leverkusen - Wed Apr 11 v Kaiserslautern

GERMANY - 2 Bundesliga
Villyan Bijev - Fortuna Dusseldorf - Tue Apr 10 v FSV Frankfurt
Matt Taylor - Paderborn - Wed Apr 11 at Erzgebirge Aue

ITALY - Serie A
Michael Bradley - Chievo Verona - Tue Apr 10 v Milan

NETHERLANDS - Eredivisie
Jozy Altidore - AZ - Wed Apr 11 v Twente


Joe Corona scored the game winner and DaMarcus Beasley bagged another goal as both their teams won.

Herculez Gomez sat out the Santos Laguna game and got a well deserved rest.


Game Action:

DaMarcus Beasley - Puebla - went the distance scoring a goal as they won 2-1 v Toluca.
Ricardo Bocanegra - Atlas - went the full 90 in a scoreless game at Morelia.
Edgar Castillo - Tijuana - played the full match getting a yellow card as they won 2-1 v Atlante.
Joe Benny Corona - Tijuana - started and went 71 min scoring a goal as they won 2-1 v Atlante.
Sonny Guadarrama - Atlante - came on as a sub in the 75th min but lost 2-1 at Tijuana.
Michael Orozco Fiscal - San Luis - played the whole game but lost 2-3 v Chiapas.
Jose Torres - Pachuca - played the entire game getting a yellow card as they won 0-1 at Pumas.


Game Action:

PERU - Primera Division Peruana
Diego Chavarri - Cobresol - came on as a sub in the 58th min as they tied 1-1 v Leon de Huanuco.



Top 8 Standings after 14 of 17 Rounds:
30 Santos Laguna
28 Monterrey
28 Tigres
27 Morelia
25 America
24 Pachuca
23 Tijuana
20 Jaguares
18 Cruz Azul
18 Toluca

-The top 8 make the playoffs.


Jacob Steinberg, James Riach and Simon Burnton of the Guardian with five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend.


Sid Lowe of the Guardian writes about manager-owner strife at Rayo Vallecano despite the fact that they are all but safe from relegation, plus the rest of the round in La Liga.


Graham Ruthven of the New York Times wonders if Inter Milan has found a new coach with that special extra thing in Andrea Stramaccioni.

Paolo Bandini of the Guardian writes about Amauri FIANLLY paying off for Juventus (even though he now suits up for Fiorentina,) and the rest of the round in Serie A.


KNVB Beker - Final

PSV Eindhoven win the Cup. Huge congrats to them.

Matches & Scores:
-Sun Apr 8
PSV 3-0 Heracles


As of Sun Apr 8

Serie A (31 of 38 played)
-bottom 3 relegated
36 Fiorentina
35 Parma
35 Genoa
31 Lecce
25 Novara
20 Cesena

Premier League (32 of 38 played)
-bottom 3 relegated
29 Bolton
28 Queens Park Rangers
28 Blackburn
28 Wigan
22 Wolverhampton

Ligue 1 (31 of 38 played)
-bottom 3 relegated
34 Nice
34 Dijon
33 Brest
33 Caen
33 Ajaccio
32 Lorient
30 Sochaux
27 Auxerre

La Liga (31 of 38 played)
-bottom 3 relegated
37 Mallorca
37 Real Sociedad
35 Granada
32 Villarreal
28 Real Zaragoza
25 Racing Santander
25 Sporting Gijon

Bundesliga (29 of 34 played)
-bottom 2 relegated - then - 3rd from bottom play 2.Bundes 3rd from top in 2 legs
32 Nurnberg
32 Freiburg
31 Hamburg
30 Augsburg
29 Koln
27 Hertha
20 Kaiserslautern


The Score in Ireland has images of the uniforms for all 16 teams in the tournament.
-Its funny that the poor quality of the photos used makes them all look like bootlegs. Not to mention all the 1980s style designs.
-Thanks to Jamie for the links.


The full name of AGOVV in the Netherlands 2nd division is Alleen Gezamenlijk Oefenen Voert Verder Apeldoorn.
-Yup, use the abreviation.


Anonymous leper said...

That must be a misprint about Bocanegra/Bedoya/Edu in Scotland and playoffs (cue Jim Mora voiceover). Everyone knows the "rest of the world" doesn't use playoffs, and uses a single table featuring a balanced schedule with everyone only playing every other team twice, home and away.

11:47 AM  
Blogger brucio said...

I know.
Its making me really mad that Belgium isn't in their playoff season right now.
And that the Netherlands playoffs will never happen.
And why doesn't Mexico or Australia have any playoffs?

12:39 PM  

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