Monday, August 20, 2012

Some Soccer News for Mon Aug 20, 2012


Jozy Altidore with 2 more goals for AZ, thi time against Heracles. Giving him 4 in 2 games to start the season.
-Video of the whole shebang right here.


With Everton beginning the new season on a Monday night under the lights at home against Manchester United (and WINNING!) you really have to wonder what is going through Landon Donovan's head. Does he wish he was there? And if he does, How strongly?


Toil and serious trouble in the land of Billion Dollar Payrolls as Paris St Germaine bumble to their 2nd straight tie to begin the season, this time a scoreless game at ordinary Ajaccio. Oh Uh!


Thomas Floyd of the Washington Times with a particularly insightful article on calls that referees don't need to make that can wrongly effect games.


The Stars found a way to not win again, or score for that matter, yet they trotted about basically the same first 11 and 3 subs that they have used through this whole struggle. I don't get it. When things go poorly don't you look for new ways to try and make it work?

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 18
Atlanta Silverbacks 0-0 Minnesota Stars
Venue: Atlanta Silverbacks Park - Atlanta GA
-Sat Aug 25
Minnesota Stars v Edmonton
Venue: NSC Stadium - Blaine MN


Matches + Scores:
-Tue Aug 21
Santos Laguna v Aguila - 7:00pm
Real Salt Lake v Tauro - 9:00pm on Fox Soccer
Xelaju v Guadalajara - 9:00pm
-Wed Aug 22
Caledonia AIA v Marathon - 7:00pm
Alajuelense v Tigres UANL - 9:00pm
FAS v Houston Dynamo - 9:00pm on Fox Soccer
-Thu Aug 23
Chorrillo v Municipal - 7:00pm
LA Galaxy v Isidro Metapan - 9:00pm on Fox Soccer

All games are shown on the internet at CONCACAF TV.


"The traveling fans have come a long way to watch us."
-Kenny Miller, new kid in Vancouver, is disappointed in his teams loss in Seattle, and feels bad for the fans.

Can someone send this guy a computer with Google Maps on it so he can see that this is the third shortest commute in the league, there is nothing relatively long about it:
1. LA to Chivas - 0:00
2. Philadelphia to New York - 1:40
3. Seattle to Vancouver - 2:40


Jason De Vos of TSN with a very logically sound correction to the MLS disciplinary committee's decisions.

De Vos is one of the most leveled headed guys I have ever read in soccer. His ideas always need to be considered.


What is going on with Oguchi Onyewu at Sporting in Portugal?

He was not in uniform for their opening game of the season and he is not on the teams official roster that was submitted for UEFA Europa League. From that you have to assume that they are trying to sell him or he is injured.

This is posted on his Twitter account dated Aug 1: "Just to be clear...I love SCP and am very happy here!! And I want and intend on staying here until the end of my contract."


There will be four big Italian derbies this season:
Milan - Inter
Roma - Lazio
Juventus - Torino
Genoa - Sampdoria


A look at how things went on opening weekend for both the English Premier League and Spanish Primera Division: (there are games yet to be played today)


The champs Man City struggled to beat promoted Southampton, but their main chaser Man United flopped to a loss. Three other contenders Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham faltered in their first games too. Fulham + Swansea rolled to big wins. With Chelsea getting the job done in efficient order (and a touch of, dare we say it, flair.) Newcastle, West Ham and West Brom were also winners.

The Guardian with 10 talking points from the opening weekend in the Premier League.

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 18
Arsenal 0-0 Sunderland
Fulham 5-0 Norwich
Queens Park Rangers 0-5 Swansea
Reading 1-1 Stoke
West Brom 3-0 Liverpool
West Ham 1-0 Aston Villa
Newcastle 2-1 Tottenham
-Sun Aug 19
Wigan 0-2 Chelsea
Manchester City 3-2 Southampton
-Mon Aug 20
Everton v Manchester United


La Liga

After dropping 2 points at home in all of last season Real Madrid did it on day 1 this time around. They gagged big time and could only tie Valencia. Meanwhile Barcelona steamrolled Sociedad after an awkward start to the game. Sevilla who will shoot for 3rd place this season also won.

Sid Lowe of the Guardian on a "delightful" opening weekend in Spain.

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 18
Celta Vigo 0-1 Malaga
Sevilla 2-1 Getafe
Mallorca 2-1 Espanyol
-Sun Aug 19
Athletic Bilbao 3-5 Betis
Real Madrid 1-1 Valencia
Barcelona 5-1 Sociedad
Levante 1-1 Atletico Madrid
-Mon Aug 20
Deportivo La Coruna v Osasuna
Vallecano v Granada
Zaragoza v Valladolid


Fifth place DC United has been struggling on the field, and between the ears, lately, and this week could be make or break their season.

Two huge ahead games in just a few days:
-On Wednesday they host 4th place Chicago Fire SC who sit 4 points ahead of them.
-Then on Saturday they must go to Montreal who are 1 place and 1 point behind in the chase for the final playoff berth. (The biggest difference is that Montreal has played 4 more games than DC. 3 more by the time they meet.)


Kick TV with all 31 goals from Week 24 in MLS.



Matches + Scores:
-Wed Aug 15
Columbus Crew 1-1 LA Galaxy - CC goal by Jairo Arrieta. LAG goal by Robbie Keane.
Venue: Crew Stadium
Atten: 17,019
Toronto FC 2-2 Portland Timbers - TFC goals by Eric Hassli + Luis Silva. PT goals by Sal Zizzo + Darlington Nagbe.
Venue: BMO Field
Atten: 18,773
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 0-2 FC Dallas - FCD goals by Fabian Castillo + Jonathan Top.
Venue: BC Place
Atten: 19,066
-Sat Aug 18
Seattle Sounders FC 2-0 Vancouver Whitecaps FC - SS goals by Fredy Montero + Eddie Johnson
Venue: CenturyLink Field
Atten: 55,718
Toronto FC 0-1 Sporting Kansas City - SKC goal by Kei Kamara
Venue: BMO Field
Atten: 18,151
Montreal Impact 3-1 San Jose Earthquakes - MI goals by Marco Di Vaio, Lamar Neagle + Patrice Bernier(PK). SJE goal by Chris Wondolowski(PK).
Venue: Saputo Stadium
Atten: 19,431
Chicago Fire SC 2-1 New England Revolution - CF goals by Chris Rolfe(PK) + Sherjill MacDonald. NER goal by Fernando Cardenas.
Venue: Toyota Park
Atten: 17,495
Colorado Rapids 1-1 CD Chivas USA - CR goal by Brian Mullan. CU goal by Juan Pablo Angel.
Venue: Dick's Sporting Goods Park
Atten: 15,679
Real Salt Lake 1-2 FC Dallas - RSL goal by Alvaro Saborio. FCD goals by Fabian Castillo + David Ferreira.
Venue: Rio Tinto Stadium
Atten: 20,281
-Sun Aug 19
DC United 1-1 Philadelphia Union - DCU goal by Branko Baskovic. PU goal by Brian Carroll.
Venue: RFK Stadium
Atten: 12,312
New York Red Bulls 3-2 Portland Timbers - NYRB goals by Kenny Cooper, Tim Cahill + Heath Pearce. PT goals by Bright Dike + Darlington Nagbe.
Venue: Red Bull Arena
Atten: 19,043
Houston Dynamo 2-2 Columbus Crew - HD goals by Brad Davis + Adam Moffat. CC goals by Cole Grossman + Eddie Gaven.
Venue: BBVA Compass Stadium
Atten: 20,567


Hassoun Camara - Montreal - red card
Steven Lenhart - San Jose - red card
Jason Hernandez - San Jose - red card
Branko Bascovic - DC - red card
Emiliano Dudar - DC - red card
Sheanon Willams - Philadelphia - 2 yellow cards


Chicago and Seattle crossed the 40 point threshold.


Portland is having a meltdown today saying the referee blew a call that cost them a goal.
-In case you missed it, read this article from the Oregonian to see what I am talking about. -I was watching the game and thought the call was hinky too, but it did not go down as the Portland players and this article say it does. They say the whistle was blown and they stopped playing, then Tim Cahill shot the ball and scored. 100% incorrect. The whistle clearly goes off as the ball leaves Cahill's foot and at that point no one from Portland has stopped playing. Then there is no one who could get to that ball to stop it from going in the net. Yes, you hear the whistle and appear to see the ref running toward the penalty spot as if to call a penalty kick (maybe not). The ref then stops, turns and points to the central field spot signalling a goal. -Sorry, but when the ref after the game says he only blew the whistle to signal a goal he is blatantly not telling the truth. The timing of his whistle and his body language give him away.

Federico Higuain had one of the more impressive debut's in the league this season.
-Oscar Boniek Garcia of Houston probably had the other great start to his MLS career this year.


Tim Cahill got his first MLS goal. How many do you think he will have in his career?


In the East:
Philly moves 1 spot up over New England and in to 8th place.

In the West:
Seattle jumps over LA into 3rd.

46 Sporting Kansas City (31)
44 New York Red Bulls (43)
41 Houston Dynamo (37)
41 Chicago Fire SC (30)
37 DC United (37)
36 Montreal Impact (39)
30 Columbus Crew (23)
24 Philadelphia Union (24)
23 New England Revolution (27)
20 Toronto FC (27)
47 San Jose Earthquakes (48)
42 Real Salt Lake (37)
40 Seattle Sounders FC (34)
37 LA Galaxy (44)
37 Vancouver Whitecaps FC (28)
32 FC Dallas (33)
27 CD Chivas USA (15)
26 Colorado Rapids (32)
21 Portland Timbers (24)


General News

Dallas midfielder David Ferreira has been named MLS Player of the Week.
The league is definitely a better place with DF firing on all cylinders.


Kyle McCarthy of with his Monday Morning Breakdown - DC unglued, penalties, the disciplinary committee, Impact upswing, Dallas upswing too, and the debut of Federico Higuain for Columbus.


Barry Robson of Vancouver was suspended 1 game for kicking a ball at an assistant referee. The verdict came down on Saturday morning and he served that suspension later the same day.


Etheria Modacure of the Examiner on the quality return to Chicago for Chris Rolfe.


Dallas clears room on their roster by sending young forward Ruben Luna out on loan to stacked 2nd division team San Antonio.


Charles Gooch of the Star with a lots of notes from the Sporks not so convincing win in Toronto.
-Hey 3 points is 3 points.


Lloyd Baker of the Gazette with lots of Pros and cons from the weekends big win over league leaders San Jose.


Michael Lewis of Big Apple Soccer with an article on the season saving addition of Bill Gaudette to the roster in mid-season.


Christopher Vito of the Daily Times calls out Freddy Adu for his lack of influence on his team.
-He is not getting it done.


Geoff Arnold of the Oregonian writes that owner Merritt Paulson is 100% behind his man Gavin Wilkinson to lead the team off the bottom.


Steve Zakuani scored two goals in a reserve game over the weekend. More progress.


Duncan Fletcher of Sports Net wonders if Richard Eckersley + Darren O'Dea are the answer at centerback for TFC.
-Quick answer to question: Better, but no.


Russell Berrisford of the Sun writes that the sky is not falling on the Whitecaps playoff hopes.


Marc Weber of the Province talks to new signing Kenny Miller about the bad week the Caps just had.


With a big win on Sunday San Antonio becomes the first team this season to clinch a playoff spot.

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 18
Carolina RailHawks 3-2 FC Edmonton
Atlanta Silverbacks 0-0 Minnesota Stars
Puerto Rico Islanders 0-0 Fort Lauderdale Strikers
-Sun Aug 19
San Antonio Scorpions 4-0 Tampa Bay Rowdies
-Sat Aug 25
Atlanta Silverbacks v Carolina RailHawks
Fort Lauderdale v San Antonio Scorpions
Tampa Bay Rowdies v Puerto Rico Islanders
Minnesota Stars v Edmonton

Watch online

*42 San Antonio (+22)
35 Puerto Rico (+6)
35 Tampa Bay (+1)
31 Fort Lauderdale (-3)
28 Minnesota (-1)
28 Carolina (-5)
21 Edmonton (-5)
19 Atlanta (-15)


Dennis Chin of Orlando City won the golden boot with 11 goals scored.


Playoffs - Quarterfinals

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 25
Richmond Kickers(4) v Wilmington Hammerheads(5)
Charleston Battery(3) v Harrisburg City Islanders(6)

Matches + Scores:
-Fri Aug 31
Orlando City(1) v Lowest Remaining Seed
Rochester Rhinos(2) v Highest Remaining Seed


The tournament is underway. Here are the groups:

Group A
3 Japan (+3)
3 New Zealand (+1)
0 Switzerland (-1)
0 Mexico (-3)
Group B
3 Nigeria (+2)
1 Brazil (0)
1 Italy (0)
0 S Korea (-2)
Group C
3 Canada (+6)
3 N Korea (+2)
0 Norway (-2)
0 Argentina (-6)
Group D
3 Germany (+4)
3 USA (+4)
0 China (-4)
0 Ghana (-4)


Group Stage Matches + Scores:
-Sun Aug 19
Japan 4-1 Mexico
New Zealand 2-1 Switzerland
Brazil 1-1 Italy
Nigeria 2-0 S Korea
-Mon Aug 20
N Korea 4-2 Norway
Argentina 0-6 Canada
Ghana 0-4 USA
Germany 4-0 China
-Wed Aug 22
Mexico v Switzerland
Japan v New Zealand
Brazil v Nigeria
Italy v S Korea
-Thu Aug 23
N Korea v Argentina
Norway v Canada
Ghana v Germany
USA v China
-Sun Aug 26
Mexico v New Zealand
Switzerland v Japan
Italy v Nigeria
S Korea v Brazil
-Mon Aug 27
Norway v Argentina
Canada v N Korea
USA v Germany
China v Ghana


Its a new season in England but nothing has changed for the two Americans at Aston Villa - still on the bench. What is Brad Guzan doing besides throwing away his pro career - this is his 5th season on the bench.


Alejandro Bedoya scored his first goal for Helsingborg on a play that most referees would wave off and call a foul for dangerous play. See the video clip here.


Three Americans scored goals in Denmark this weekend:
-Michael Parkhust got the game winning goal for Nordsjaelland this weekend!
-Clarence Goodson scored his first goal of the season for Brondby. See his nice goal right here. Completely unmarked at the back post.
-Conor O'Brien got on the scoreboard for SonderjyskE too.


Matt Taylor this season playing for Preussen Munster in the German 3rd tier (3.Liga) scored an amazing 3 goals on Sunday as they knocked long time Bundesliga mainstay Werder Bremen out of the German Cup!

None of Fabian Johnson, Danny Williams or Joe Gyau dressed for Hoffenheim who were badly knocked out of the German Cup in the first round 4-0 by 4th division team Berliner AK. Embarrassing.


Game Action:

Terrence Boyd - Rapids Vienna - on the bench as they won 3-0 v Sturm Graz.

BELGIUM - Pro League
Sacha Kljestan - Anderlecht - came on as a sub in the 82nd min and they won 2-1 v Mons.

DENMARK - Superliga
Charlie Davies - Randers - came on as a sub in the 72nd min and they won 0-1 at Silkeborg.
Clarence Goodson - Brondy - went the distance scoring a goal as they tied 1-1 at Kobenhavn.
Conor O'Brien - SonderjyskE - plays the whole game scoring a goal but losing 1-2 v Odense.
Michael Parkhurst - Nordsjaelland - played the full match scoring a goal as they won 0-1 at Aarhus.

ENGLAND - Premier League
Brad Friedel - Tottenham - went the distance but lost 2-1 at Newcastle.
Brad Guzan - Aston Villa - on the bench as they lost 1-0 at West Ham.
Tim Howard - Everton - went the full 90 as they won 1-0 v Manchester United.
Eric Lichaj - Aston Villa - on the bench as they lost 1-0 at West Ham.

ENGLAND - Championship League
Conor Doyle - Derby County - on the bench as they tied 2-2 v Sheffield Wednesday.
Seb Hines - Middlesbrough - on the bench as they lost 1-0 at Barnsley.
Will Packwood - Birmingham - started and went 63 min as they tied 1-1 v Charlton.
Tim Ream - Bolton - played the whole game but lost 2-0 at Burnley.
Jonathan Spector - Birmingham - came on as a sub in the 63rd min as they tied 1-1 v Charlton.

ENGLAND - League One
Mike Grella - Scunthorpe - played the whole game but lost 3-0 at Crawley.
Frank Simek - Carlisle - came on as a sub in 2nd half stoppage time as they tied 1-1 at Stevenage.

FINLAND - Veikkausliiga
Daniel Antunez - Inter Turku - went the distance getting a yellow card as they won 2-1 v Honka.
Mike Banner - Jaro - went the full 90 getting a yellow card as they lost 0-1 v TPS.
Etchu Tabe - KuPS - played the entire game and won 1-0 v Lahti.

FINLAND - Ykkonen
Justin Moose - SJK - came on as a sub in the 70th min and won 1-0 v HIFK.
Pat Phelan - SJK - played the whole game and won 1-0 v HIFK.

GERMANY - DFB Podal - 1st Round
John Anthony Brooks - Hertha Berlin - Sun Aug 19 - did not suit up as they lost 2-1 at Wormatia Worms.
Steve Cherundolo - Hannover - Sun Aug 19 - started and went 62 min as they won 1-6 at Nottingen.
Jermaine Jones - Schalke - Sun Aug 19 - not in the gameday roster as they won 0-5 at Saarbrucken.
Alfredo Morales - Hertha Berlin - Sun Aug 19 - came on as a sub at half time but they lost 2-1 at Wormatia Worms.
Matt Taylor - Preussen Munster - Sun Aug 19 - played 120 min scoring 3 goals as they won 4-2 v Werder Bremen.
Andrew Wooten - Kaiserslautern - Sun Aug 19 - was not suited up as they won 1-3 at Hansa Rostock.
David Yelldell - Bayer Leverkusen - Sat Aug 18 - on the bench as they won 0-4 at Carl Zeiss Jena.

NETHERLANDS - Eredivisie
Jozy Altidore - AZ - went the full 90 scoring twice as they won 3-1 v Heracles.

NETHERLANDS - Eerste Divisie
Charles Kazlauskas - Helmond Sport - played the full 90 as they won 2-1 v Almere City.

NORWAY - NM Cupen - Quarterfinals
Josh Gatt - Molde - Sat Aug 18 - still out injured but they won 2-1 v Sandefjord and advance to the Semifinals.

NORWAY - 1 Divisjon
Rhett Bernstein - Mjondalen - played the whole 90 as they won 4-0 v Alta.
Kyle Helton - Mjondalen - started and went 76 min as they won 4-0 v Alta.
Sebastian Troupe - Baerum - played the whole game getting a yellow card as they tied 0-0 v Abe Froman.

PORTUGAL - Primeira Liga
Caleb Patterson-Sewell - Vitoria Setubal - went the full 90 as they tied 2-2 at Nacional.
Tony Taylor - Estoril - started and played 61 min getting a yellow card and they lost 2-1 at Olhanense.

SCOTLAND - Third Division
Carlos Bocanegra - Rangers - went the full 90 as they won 5-1 v East Stirlingshire.

SWEDEN - Allsvenskan Liga
Alejandro Bedoya - Helsingborg - started and went the full 90 getting a goal and a yellow card in a losing effort 2-1 at Elfsborg.

SWEDEN - Svenska Cupen - 2nd Round
Brian Edwards - Degerfors - played the full match but lost 3-0 at Orgryte.
Patrick Hopkins - Ljungskile - went the distance scoring a goal as they won 0-6 at Selanger.
Ryan Miller - Halmstad - came on as a sub in the 78th minas they won 2-5 at Ronneby.
Matt Pyzdrowski - Angelholms - did not suit up as they won 1-2 at Torns.
Billy Schuler - Hammarby - came on as a sub in the 70th min as they tied 1-1 but lost 5-4 in a Penalty Kick Shootout.
Brian Span - Djurgarden - on the bench as they won 1-5 at Dalstrops.


Coming Up:

BELGIUM - Second Division
Devann Yao - Boussu Dour Borinage - Wed Aug 22 v Heist

ENGLAND - Championship League
Conor Doyle - Derby County - Tue Aug 21 at Bolton
Robbie Findley - Nottingham Forest - Tue Aug 21 at Huddersfield
Seb Hines - Middlesbrough - Tue Aug 21 v Burnley
Will Packwood - Birmingham - Tue Aug 21 at Sheffield Wednesday
Tim Ream - Bolton - Tue Aug 21 v Derby
Jonathan Spector - Birmingham - Tue Aug 21 at Sheffield Wednesday
Zak Whitbread - Leicester - Tue Aug 21 at Charlton

ENGLAND - League One
Mike Grella - Scunthorpe - Tue Aug 21 v Crewe Alexandra
Frank Simek - Carlisle - Tue Aug 21 v Tranmere

UEFA - Champions League Play-Off Round 1st Leg
Alejandro Bedoya - Helsingborg - Tue Aug 21 v Celtic
Bryan Gerzicich - Hapoel Kiryat Shmona - Wed Aug 22 at BATE Borislov
Sacha Kljestan - Anderlecht - Wed Aug 22 at AEL Limassol

UEFA - Europa League Play-Off Round 1st Leg
Jozy Altidore - AZ - Thu Aug 23 at Anzhi Makhachkala
Terrence Boyd - Rapid Wien - Thu Aug 23 at PAOK
Steve Cherundolo - Hannover - Thu Aug 23 at Slask Wroclaw

Michael Diskeruud - Rosenborg - Thu Aug 23 at Legia Warszawa
Josh Gatt - Molde - Thu Aug 23 v Heerenveen


After being pulled at half time last weekend Jose Torres was not even in the gameday 18 for Pachuca this weekend. He is really struggling right now.


DaMarcus Beasley has a new manager at Puebla after Daniel Bartollota got fired.


Game Action:

DaMarcus Beasley - Puebla - played the whole game but lost 3-0 at Morelia.
Edgar Castillo - Tijuana - went the distance as they won 2-1 v Tigres.
Joe Corona - Tijuana - started and played 69 min as they won 2-1 v Tigres.
Greg Garza - Tijuana - on the bench as they won 2-1 v Tigres.
Herculez Gomez - Santos Laguna - started and went 51 min but lost 1-2 v Pumas.
Michael Orozco Fiscal - San Luis - went the full 90 getting a yellow card but lost 0-1 v Guadalajara.
Jose Torres - Pachuca - was not in the lineup as they lost 1-0 at Toluca.

Isaac Acuna - Merida - came off the bench in the 77th min but lost 2-0 at Estudientes Tecos.
Sonny Guadarrama - Merida - went the full 90 but lost 2-0 at Estudientes Tecos.
Marco Vidal - Lobos BUAP - palyed the entire match getting a yellow card and losing 1-0 at L Piedad.


Toluca is still a perfect 5 for 5. Amazing. They have a 5 point lead at the top. -How are they doing this you ask? I was asking myself the same question so I went in search of answers. I found one quick. Their new coach this season is none other than one of the most successful coaches in the past decade of Mexican club soccer, Enrique Meza.
-Just look back at how much Meza improved Pachuca and Cruz Azul to see how much positive effect he has on his team.

LIGA MX - Apertura - Round 5
Matches + Scores:
-Fri Aug 17
Tijuana 2-1 Tigres UANL
Morelia 3-0 Puebla
Cruz Azul 1-1 Leon
-Sat Aug 18
Queretaro 0-4 America
Santos Laguna 1-2 Pumas UNAM
Monterrey 1-1 Atlante
San Luis 0-1 Guadalajara
Atlas 1-1 Jaguares
-Sun Aug 19
Toluca 1-0 Pachuca


Group Stage

Group 1
6 Dorados
4 Morelia
4 Leon
2 Est Tecos
Group 2
6 Cruz Azul
4 Altamira
4 Toros Nexa
2 Atlas
Group 3
6 Pachuca
5 Atlante
3 Univ Guadalajara
2 La Piedad
Group 4
7 San Luis
4 Necaxa
3 Chiapas Jaguares
3 Pumas Morelos
Group 5
7 Correcaminos UAT
4 Queretaro
3 Veracruz
3 America
Group 6
5 Pumas UNAM
5 Celaya
4 Tijuana
1 Merida
Group 7
6 Irapuato
4 Lobos BUAP
4 Toluca
3 Puebla


Matchday 4
Matches + Scores:
-Tue Aug 21
Estudiantes Tecos v Leon
Univ Guadalajara v Atlante
Jaguares v Pumas Morelos
Queretaro v Veracruz
Morelia v Dorados
Cruz Azul v Altamira
Pachuca v La Piedad
Necaxa v San Luis
Tijuana v Celaya
Lobos BUAP v Puebla
-Wed Aug 22
Toros Neza v Atlas
Merida v Pumas UNAM
Toluca v Irapuato
America v Correcaminos UAT


Coming up: Spanish Super Cup Final
1st Leg
-Thu Aug 23
Barcelona v Real Madrid
2nd Leg
-Wed Aug 29
Real Madrid v Barcelona


The Playoff Round is coming Tue Aug 21 + Wed Aug 22 and Tue Aug 28 + Wed Aug 29.


The Playoff Round is coming Wed Aug 22 + Thu Aug 23 and Tue Aug 28 + Thu Aug 30.


Phyllis Diller RIP.

When I was a kid she terrified me. A brilliant comedian!


Anonymous Ford_Prefect said...

It really doesn't matter if Landycakes wishes he was at Goodison, we can't afford him. Another loan, sure, but he'll never come for good.

1:59 AM  
Anonymous Tony in Quakeland said...

Dude, Kenny Miller calls out his regrets on behalf of the fans, and you jump on him for geography? You are harsh...

10:31 AM  

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