Monday, August 27, 2012

Some Soccer News for Mon Aug 27, 2012


Michael Bradley went the full 90 in his debut at Roma, but the team could only manage a tie in the season opener on a last minute pass from Bradley to Nicolas Lopez.


Terrible news for Sporting Kansas City's run for the MLS title: "Sporting Kansas City forward Teal Bunbury suffered a torn ACL and damaged LCL in his left knee during Sunday's 1-1 draw against the New York Red Bulls, the team announced on Monday. Bunbury will undergo surgery on Friday under the care of the team's orthopedic surgeon Dr. Scott Luallin and is expected to miss six to eight months."


Real Madrid dropped 3 more points in week 2 as they lost their derby game to Getafe 2-1. Unreal.
-That is 5 points lost to Barcelona already.


Geoff Cameron made his debut at Stoke City in the English Premier League to rave reviews and on Monday morning graced the front of the team website. Here's the story.

NOTE: Stoke City is also just waiting to hear that Maurice Edu has been cleared by FIFA (because of all of Rangers legal issues) to join the team from Rangers. The player and team have already reached a contract agreement, and have applied for an English work permit.


The Stars again failed to get a win, its been ..... The good thing is that the two teams out of the playoff race failed to gain any ground on them.

The next home game is Breast Cancer Awareness Night. The Stars will wear special pink uniforms, and auction them during the game. All proceeds go to Rock the Cure.

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 25
Minnesota Stars 1-1 Edmonton - MS goal by Cristiano Diaz. Edm goal by Bryan Arguez.
Venue: NSC Stadium - Blaine MN
-Sat Sep 1
Minnesota Stars v San Antonio Scorpions Venue: NSC Stadium - Blaine MN


Toronto, LA, Seattle and Houston in action this week.

John Molinaro of Sports Net previews TFC v Santos on Tuesday night.


Matches + Scores:
-Tue Aug 28
Toronto v Santos Laguna - 7pm CT on Fox Soccer
Real Esteli v Alajuelense
-Wed Aug 29
LA Galaxy v Puerto Rico Islanders - 9pm CT on Fox Soccer
Guadalajara v W Connection
Municipal v Monterrey
-Thu Aug 30
Caledonia AIA v Seattle Sounders - 7pm CT on Fox Soccer
Olimpia v Houston Dynamo - 9pm CT on Fox Soccer
Tauro v Herediano

All games are shown on the internet at CONCACAF TV.


Group 1
3 Santos Laguna(+5)
3 Toronto(+4)
0 Aguila(-9)
Group 2
3 Herediano(+1)
3 Real Salt Lake(+1)
0 Tauro(-2)
Group 3
3 Olimpia(+3)
3 Houston Dynamo(+2)
0 FAS(-5)
Group 4
3 Seattle Sounders(+2)
1 Marathon(0)
1 Caledonia AIA(-2)
Group 5
3 LA Galaxy(+3)
3 Metapan(-1)
0 Puerto Rico Islanders(-2)
Group 6
4 Tigres UANL(+4)
1 Alajuelense(0)
0 Real Esteli(-4)
Group 7
3 Monterrey(+5)
3 Municipal(+1)
0 Chorrillo(-6)
Group 8
4 Xelaju(+1)
1 W Connection(0)
0 Guadalajara(-1)


LA Galaxy has hired Ante Razov as a coach in their academy system.

I know this, if I was a kid wanting to become a striker he would be a great player to learn from. When Razov was in his prime he was a thoroughbred goal poacher.


Noah Davis of Grantland with the story of the newest soccer channel in America - beIN.
-Its amazing to think that we have 3 dedicated soccer channels to chose from in the USA


Geoffrey Arnold of the Oregonian writes that the Portland Timbers have offered the position of head coach to Caleb Porter the current head coach of the University of Akron, who was also head coach of the failed USA Olympic bid last spring.
-There are supposedly a lot of other people in the mix for this job.


Opening weekend results in Germany and Italy:

Matches + Scores:
-Fri Aug 24
Borussia Dortmund 2-1 Werder Bremen
Sat Aug 25
Borussia Monchengladbach 2-1 Hoffenheim
Freiburg 1-1 Mainz
Augsburg 0-2 Fortuna Dusseldorf
Hamburger 0-1 Nurnberg
Greuther Furth 0-3 Bayern Munich
Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen
Stuttgart 0-1 Wolfsburg
-Sun Aug 26
Hannover 2-2 Schalke


Serie A
Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 25
Fiorentina 2-1 Udinese
Juventus 2-0 Parma
-Sun Aug 26
Milan 0-1 Sampdoria
Atalanta 0-1 Lazio
Chievo 2-0 Bologna
Genoa 2-0 Cagliari
Palermo 0-3 Napoli
Pescara 0-3 Internazionale
Roma 2-2 Catania
Siena 0-0 Torino


Wow. Another scoreless game for PSG. That makes 3 games and 3 ties! Its like they took several hundred million dollars and burned it in the fire pit out behind the farm house.


14,121 was the attendance at the Portland reserve league game on Sunday. 5 or 6 MLS teams would be excited to have that at a regular league game.


During the NBC Sports Network broadcast of Sunday's LA v Dallas game play by play man Arlo White said that none of the regular Galaxy back four - Sean Franklin, Omar Gonzalex, AJ DeLaGarza and Todd Dunivant, has ever been given a red card. Wow.


There is no reason for Glasgow Rangers to drop any points this season as they are playing in the Scottish 4th tier, but in two road games they have only managed ties. Brutal.


Ives Galarcep of Fox Soccer with this weeks Top 5 Americans Abroad.


The man with possibly the best Rock 'n' Roll hair to ever grace an MLS field, Juan Toja, is BAAAAAAAAAACK. He was signed today by the New England Revolution. (He was to get his visa etc still before he can play.)
-The league posted these video highlights from his initial run with FC Dallas in 2007 + 08.

Toja played in 45 total games during those two seasons, scoring 8 goals.

And most memorably on Oct 11, 2007 FC Dallas hosted Juan Toja Wig Night.
-I still have mine sealed in the original packaging. Probably worth millions.
-And a very special part of this Wig Night preview video is that it features the great wit of the sadly deceased Bobby Rhine. RIP Bobby.


"Do ya see that?"
"Yeah, yeah I see it."
"Do you know what that is?"
"Uuuuuh, no."
"That is Eddie Johnson's Penalty Kick shot from the US Open Cup final still heading toward mars."
"Wasn't that like 18 days ago?"
"Yup. And its still going."

Lots of great photo's via Sporting Kansas City's Facebook page from last night's SKC v NYRB match.



Matches + Scores:
-Wed Aug 22
Columbus Crew 2-1 Toronto FC - CC goals by Eddie Gavin + Federico Higuain. TFC goal by Luis Silva.
Venue: Crew Stadium
Atten: 10,049
DC United 4-2 Chicago Fire SC - DCU goals by Dwayne DeRosario, Lionard Pajoy, Brandon McDonald + Long Tan. CF goals by Daniel Paladini + Gonzalo Segares.
Venue: RFK Stadium
Atten: 10,291
-Fri Aug 24
Philadelphia Union 0-0 Real Salt Lake
Venue: PPL Park
Attn: 18,441
-Sat Aug 25
Montreal Impact 3-0 DC United - MI goals by Marco Di Vaio, Patrice Bernier(2, 1 via PK).
Venue: Saputo Stadium
Attn: 20,011
Columbus Crew 4-3 New England Revolution - CC goals by Federico Higuain(2) + Jairo Arrieta(2). NER goals by Ryan Guy, Jerry Bengtson + Lee Nguyen(PK).
Venue: Crew Stadium
Attn: 13,651
Houston Dynamo 1-1 Toronto FC - HD goal by Will Bruin. Tor goal by Terry Dunfield.
Venue: BBVA Compass Stadium
Attn: 19,320
Portland Timbers 2-1 Vancouver Whitecaps FC - PT goals by Darlington Nagbe + Franck Songo'o. VW goal by Kenny Miller.
Venue: Jeld Wen Field
Attn: 20,438
CD Chivas USA 2-6 Seattle Sounders FC - SS goals by Brad Evans, Fredy Montero(3), Sammy Ochoa + Ante Jazic(OG). CU goals by Juan Agudelo(PK) + Miller Bolanos.
The Home Depot Center
Attn: 11,973
San Jose Earthquakes 4-1 Colorado Rapids - SJE goals by Simon Dawkins(2) + Alan Gordon(2). CR goal by Tyrone Marshall.
Venue: Buck Shaw Stadium
Attn: 10,525
-Sun Aug 26
LA Galaxy 2-0 FC Dallas - LAG goals by Juninho + Todd Dunivant.
Venue: The Home Depot Center
Attn: 21,933
Sporting Kansas City 1-1 New York Red Bulls - SKC goal by Kei Kamara. NY goal by Kei Kamara(OG).
Venue: Livestrong Sporting Park
Attn: 18,491

Everyone played this round.


Darren Mattocks - Vancouver - red card


San Jose is the 1st team this season to hit the 50 point barrier.


LA is the 9th team this season to hit the 40 point barrier.


Kenny Miller scored his first MLS goal in his first shot on goal in the 5 matches he has played so far.


It looks like Darlington Nagbe is coming to life as a pro in Portland! And that is scary for other teams.


Federico Higuain with 2 stunning free kick goals! Holy smokes has this guy lit up MLS in his first 3 games.


Portland gets out from under the tidal wave of negativity.


Columbus lost goalkeeper Andy Gruenebaum to a lower back injury that has been hampering him for more than a week.
-He was replaced by Matt Lampson in his first season on the senior team after coming up with their academy.


Over the past 5 seasons the minimum number of (pro-rated) points needed to make the playoffs is 48 - And San Jose became the first team this season to pass that total.


In the East:
No changes in the standings.
In the West:
Seattle takes over 2nd via the first tie breaker - total goals scored.

47 Sporting Kansas City (32)
45 New York Red Bulls (44)
42 Houston Dynamo (38)
41 Chicago Fire SC (32)
40 DC United (41)
39 Montreal Impact (42)
36 Columbus Crew (29)
25 Philadelphia Union (24)
23 New England Revolution (30)
21 Toronto FC (29)
50 San Jose Earthquakes (52)
43 Seattle Sounders FC (40)
43 Real Salt Lake (37)
40 LA Galaxy (46)
37 Vancouver Whitecaps FC (29)
32 FC Dallas (33)
27 CD Chivas USA (17)
26 Colorado Rapids (33)
24 Portland Timbers (26)


General News

Columbus Crew forward Federico Higuain has been named MLS Player Of The Week.
-This might be the first time all year I have just flat out disagreed with this choice - its Fredy Montero of Seattle for me.


Kyle McCarthy of with the Monday Morning Breakdown featuring Kansas City's high pressure, schedule congestion, Dane Richards move to England, and lucky LA.


Graham Parker and Joe Prince-Wright of the Guardian with 5 things we learned from Week 25.

Player Transactions

Dane Richards of Vancouver has signed a pre-contract with Burly of the English 2nd division and will move their after the current season when his contract expires with MLS.

New York has loaned midfielder Victor Palsson to an unnamed Netherlands team for the remainder of this season.


Steven Goff of the Post with a full breakdown - Where does DCU stand with 9 regular season games to go.


Martin MacMahon of Sports Net wonders if the Caps aren't missing playmaker Davide Chiumiento down the stretch.


Russell Berrisford of the Sun on the Whitecaps continued fall in the standings.


Puerto Rico and Tampa are both now just 1 point away from clinching a playoff spot.
-Seed #1 + #2 get a buy in the first round.

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 25
Atlanta Silverbacks 0-1 Carolina RailHawks
Fort Lauderdale 2-1 San Antonio Scorpions
Tampa Bay Rowdies 0-0 Puerto Rico Islanders
Minnesota Stars 1-1 Edmonton

-Sat Sep 1
Fort Lauderdale Strikers v Tampa Bay Rowdies
Puerto Rico Islanders v Carolina RailHawks
Minnesota Stars v San Antonio Scorpions
-Sun Sep 2
Edmonton v Atlanta Silverbacks

Watch online

*42 San Antonio (+21)
36 Puerto Rico (+6)
36 Tampa Bay (+1)
34 Fort Lauderdale (-2)
31 Carolina (-4)
29 Minnesota (-1)
22 Edmonton (-5)
19 Atlanta (-16)
*Clinched Playoff Berth


Wilmington and Charleston won and advanced to the Semifinals.

Playoffs - Quarterfinals

Matches + Scores:
-Sat Aug 25
Richmond Kickers(4) 2-3 Wilmington Hammerheads(5)
Charleston Battery(3) 2-1 Harrisburg City Islanders(6)

Matches + Scores:
-Fri Aug 31
Orlando City v Wilmington Hammerheads
Rochester Rhinos v Charleston Battery


The group stage ended today with the USA backing into the knock out round losing 3-0 to Germany and finishing as the 2nd place team with the least amount of points.
-The USA now faces powerful N Korea who had the largest goal differential in the group stage.

Mexico advanced as A2, while Canada was eliminated.


Group A
7 Japan (+7)
6 Mexico (+3)
4 New Zealand (-3)
0 Switzerland (-7)
Group B
7 Nigeria (+6)
6 S Korea (+2)
2 Brazil (-2)
1 Italy (-6)
Group C
9 N Korea (+12)
6 Norway (+2)
3 Canada (+4)
0 Argentina (-18)
Group D
9 Germany (+8)
4 USA (+1)
4 China (-3)
0 Ghana (-6)


Group Stage

Matches + Scores:
-Sun Aug 26
Mexico 4-0 New Zealand
Switzerland 0-4 Japan
Italy 0-4 Nigeria
S Korea 2-0 Brazil
-Mon Aug 27
Norway 4-1 Argentina
Canada 1-2 N Korea
USA 0-3 Germany
China 1-0 Ghana


Knockout Stage:

Matches + Scores:
-Thu Aug 30
Nigeria v Mexico
Japan v S Korea
-Fri Aug 31
N Korea v USA
Germany v Norway

Matches + Scores:
-Tue Sep 4
B1/A2 Winner v C1/D2 Winner
A1/B2 Winner v D1/C2 Winner

Match + Score:
-Sat Sep 8
Semifinal Winners


Young English-American centerback Seb Hines scored a goal for Middlesbrough on Saturday!


Josh Gatt scored his 6th goal of the season for Molde.


Game Action:

Terrence Boyd - Rapids Vienna - played the entire match but lost 1-0 at Wolfsberger.

BELGIUM - Pro League
Sacha Kljestan - Anderlecht - went the full 90 as they tied 1-1 at Leuven.

DENMARK - Superliga
Charlie Davies - Randers - came on as a sub in the 90th min as they lost 2-3 v Kobenhavn.
Clarence Goodson - Brondy - played the whole match getting a yellow card as they tied 1-1 v Esbjerg.
Conor O'Brien - SonderjyskE - went the distance but lost 4-1 at Nordsjaelland.
Michael Parkhurst - Nordsjaelland - played the whole game as they won 4-1 v SonderjyskE.

ENGLAND - Premier League
Geoff Cameron - Stoke City - played the full 90 minutes of a scoreless game v Arsenal.
Brad Friedel - Tottenham - went the distance as they tied 1-1 v West Brom.
Brad Guzan - Aston Villa - on the bench as they lost 1-3 v Everton.
Tim Howard - Everton - played the whole game and won 1-3 at Aston Villa.
Eric Lichaj - Aston Villa - came on as a sub in the 59th min but they lost 1-3 v Everton.

ENGLAND - Championship League
Conor Doyle - Derby County - on the bench as they tied 1-1 at Wolverhampton.
Seb Hines - Middlesbrough - went the full 90 scoring a goal as they won 2-1 v Crystal Palace.
Tim Ream - Bolton - on the bench as they tied 2-2 v Nottingham Forest.
Jonathan Spector - Birmingham - played the whole game but lost 2-0 at Watford.

ENGLAND - League One
Mike Grella - Scunthorpe - played the entire match but lost 0-4 v Yeovil.
Robbie Rogers - Stevenage - came on as a sub in the 79th min and they won 0-1 at Oldham.
Frank Simek - Carlisle - went the distance as they won 4-2 v Portsmouth.

FINLAND - Veikkausliiga
Etchu Tabe - KuPS - played the whole game scoring a goal but they lost 2-3 v JJK.

FINLAND - Ykkonen
Justin Moose - SJK - came on as a sub in the 74th min as they won 0-1 at Viikingit.
Pat Phelan - SJK - went the distance and they won 0-1 at Viikingit.

GERMANY - Bundesliga
Timmy Chandler - Nurnberg - went the distance and they won 0-1 at Hamburg.
Steve Cherundolo - Hannover - played the whole game as they tied 2-2 v Schalke.
Fabian Johnson - Hoffenheim - played the full 90 but lost 2-1 at Gladbach.
Jermaine Jones - Schalke - went the distance getting a yellow card as they tied 2-2 at Hannover.
Daniel Williams - Hoffenheim - on the bench as they lost 2-1 at Gladbach.
David Yelldell - Bayer Leverkusen - on the bench as they lost 2-1 at Eintracht Frankfurt.

ITALY - Serie A
Michael Bradley - Roma - played the whole 90 getting a yellow card as they tied 2-2 v Catania.

NETHERLANDS - Eredivisie
Jozy Altidore - AZ - started and went 81 min of a scoreless game v Heerenveen.

NETHERLANDS - Eerste Divisie
Charles Kazlauskas - Helmond Sport - played the whole game as they won 2-5 at De Graafschap.

NORWAY - Eliteserien
Chad Barrett - Valerenga - started and went 64 min as they lost 2-0 at Molde.
Steve Clark - Honefoss - played full 90 but lost 0-1 v Tromso.
Mikkael Diskerud - Rosenborg - played the entire match as they tied 1-1 v Viking.
Josh Gatt - Molde - started and went 62 min scoring a goal as they won 2-1 v Valerenga.

NORWAY - 1 Divisjon
Rhett Bernstein - Mjondalen - went the full 90 as they won 0-2 at Kongsvinger.
Kyle Helton - Mjondalen - played the full game scoring a goal as they won 0-2 at Kongsvinger.
Sebastian Troupe - Baerum - played the whole game but lost 1-2 v Hodd.

PORTUGAL - Primeira Liga
Caleb Patterson-Sewell - Vitoria Setubal - played the whole game but lost 0-5 v Benfica.
Tony Taylor - Estoril - came on as a sub at half time as they tied 1-1 v Pacos de Ferreira.

SCOTLAND - Third Division
Carlos Bocanegra - Rangers - played the whole game getting a yellow card as they tied 1-1 at Berwick Rangers.

SWEDEN - Allsvenskan Liga
Alejandro Bedoya - Helsingborg - came on as a sub in the 53rd min getting a yellow card and they lost 3-1 at Djurgarden.
Brian Span - Djurgarden - on the bench as they won 3-1 v Helsingborg.

SWEDEN - Superettan
Brian Edwards - Degerfors - went the full 90 in a scoreless game at Landskrona.
Patrick Hopkins - Ljungskile - played the full 90 but lost 2-0 at Assyriska.
Ryan Miller - Halmstad - went the distance as they won 0-3 at Brommapojkarna.


Coming Up:

BELGIUM - Second Division
Devann Yao - Boussu Dour Borinage - Wed Aug 29 at Mouscron-Peruwelz

ENGLAND - League Cup - 2nd Round
Geoff Cameron - Stoke City - Tue Aug 28 - v Swindon
Clint Dempsey - Fulham - Tue Aug 28 - at Sheffield Wednesday
Maurice Edu - Stoke City - Tue Aug 28 - v Swindon
Robbie Findley - Nottingham Forest - Tue Aug 28 - v Wigan
Mike Grella - Scunthorpe - Tue Aug 28 - at Norwich
Brad Guzan - Aston Villa - Tue Aug 28 - v Tranmere
Seb Hines - Middlesbrough - Tue Aug 28 - at Gillingham
Tim Howard - Everton - Tue Aug 28 - v Leyton Orient
Eric Lichaj - Aston Villa - Tue Aug 28 - v Tranmere
Will Packwood - Birmingham - Tue Aug 28 - at Coventry
Tim Ream - Bolton - Tue Aug 28 - at Crawley
Robbie Rogers - Stevenage - Tue Aug 28 - v Southampton
Frank Simek - Carlisle - Tue Aug 28 - v Ipswich
Jonathan Spector - Birmingham - Tue Aug 28 - at Coventry
Zak Whitbread - Leicester - Tue Aug 28 - v Burton

FINLAND - Ykkonen
Justin Moose - SJK - Wed Aug 29 v PK-35 Vantaa
Pat Phelan - SJK - Wed Aug 29 v PK-35 Vantaa
Aaron Wheeler - KooTeePee - Wed Aug 29 at RoPS

UEFA - Champions League Play-Off Round 2nd Leg
Alejandro Bedoya - Helsingborg - Wed Aug 29 at Celtic - trailing 0-2
Bryan Gerzicich - Hapoel Kiryat Shmona - Tue Aug 28 v BATE Borislov - trailing 0-2 - INJURED KNEE
Sacha Kljestan - Anderlecht - Tue Aug 28 v AEL Limassol - trailing 1-2

UEFA - Europa League Play-Off Round 2nd Leg
Jozy Altidore - AZ - Thu Aug 30 v Anzhi Makhachkala - trailing 0-1
Terrence Boyd - Rapid Wien - Thu Aug 30 v PAOK - trailing 1-2
Steve Cherundolo - Hannover - Thu Aug 30 v Slask Wroclaw - leading 5-3
Michael Diskeruud - Rosenborg - Thu Aug 30 v Legia Warszawa - tied 1-1
Josh Gatt - Molde - Thu Aug 30 at Heerenveen - leading 2-0


Sonny Guadarama was an early sub and eventually scored the games only goal in a Merida win.


Game Action:

DaMarcus Beasley - Puebla - played the full 90 getting a yellow card as they won 1-0 v San Luis.
Edgar Castillo - Tijuana - played the whole game as they won 0-1 at America.
Joe Corona - Tijuana - started and went 80 min as they won 0-1 at America.
Herculez Gomez - Santos Laguna - on the bench for a scoreless game at Pachuca.
Michael Orozco - San Luis - went the distance but lost 1-0 at Puebla.
Jose Torres - Pachuca - played the whole game as they tied 0-0 v Santos Laguna.

Sonny Guadarrama - Merida - came in as a sub after just 10 min and scored a goal as they won 1-0 v Toros Neza.
Marco Vidal - Lobos BUAP - went the whole 90 getting yellow card as they won 2-1 v Veracruz.


Toluca finally dropped points in the 6th game of the season. But they still have a 3 point lead at the top.

And another surprising team Tijuana got a big win at Club America to take 2nd place.

2 coaches fired today:
-San Luis has fired their head coach Jose Trejo after starting the season 0-4-2. The replacement is Alex Aguinaga who last season was coach of Barcelona SC in Ecuador.
-Atlas fired head coach Juan Carlos Chavez. No replacement announced yet.

Apertura - Round 6
Matches + Scores:
-Fri Aug 24
Jaguares 2-1 Queretaro
Leon 1-3 Morelia
-Sat Aug 25
America 0-1 Tijuana
Pachuca 0-0 Santos Laguna
Tigres UANL 1-1 Toluca
-Sun Aug 26
Puebla 1-0 San Luis
Pumas UNAM 0-1 Cruz Azul
Guadalajara 1-2 Monterrey
Atlante 1-0 Atlas


This is the week we will see teams advance and get eliminated. Big games.


Group Stage

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


Matchday 5
Matches + Scores:
-Tue Aug 28
La Piedad v Univ Guadalajara
Dorados v Est Tecos
Necaxa v Pumas Morelos
Celaya v Mérida
Veracruz v Correcaminos
Leon v Morelia
Altamira v Toros Neza
San Luis v Jaguares
Pumas UNAM v Tijuana
-Wed Aug 29
Lobos BUAP v Irapuato
Atlas v Cruz Azul
Atlante v Pachuca
America v Queretaro
-Thu Aug 30
Puebla v Toluca


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


Sunderland's home game against Reading on Saturday was postponed due to heavy rain flooding the field. No make up date has been set yet.


Raphael Honigstein of the Guardian sees Hamburg as already being DOA, and the rest of the round in the Bundesliga.


Paolo Bandini of the Guardian with a look at the weekend in Serie A spotlighting Milan's brutal start to the season.


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


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


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