Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

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It is the day after league titles were clinched in England, Italy and Spain, which makes today's slate of games considerably less dramatic than it could have been.

That doesn't mean there isn't more to play for. Whether it's games affecting European spots, or relegation, there is still some good action to take in. Now, if you want to watch a team celebrate a title you can watch Barcelona today, but you're probably better off watching a battle like Atletico Madrid-Valencia.

If you will be watching today's soccer on TV, please  feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today's schedule is after the jump):

  • 11:00am- FSC, FSE- Chelsea vs. Blackburn Rovers

  • 1pm- GolTV- RCD Mallorca vs. Barcelona

  • 1pm- Telemundo- Toluca vs. Indios

  • 2:30pm – FSC, FSE- Inter Milan vs. AC Siena

  • 3pm- GolTV- Atletico Madrid vs. Valencia

  • 3pm- Telefutura- LA Galaxy vs. Columbus Crew

  • 3pm- Setanta Sports USA- Olympique de Marseille vs. Olympique Lyonnais

  • 7pm- Telefutura- Pachuca CF vs. Jaguares de Chiapas

  • 10pm- Setanta Sports USA- CSKA Moskva vs. Zenit St. Petersburg

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17 Responses to Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

  1. AltiCooper says:

    Charlie Davies with a goal today

  2. Rekro says:

    Celtic were held to a goal less draw today by Hibs.
    Which means if Rangers beat Dundee United next weekend the title is theirs.

  3. RJ says:

    charlie davies needs to make a move. He keeps scoring goals while his team underachieves. I want to see him in a tougher league and see if he continues his good goal scoring record

  4. AltiCooper says:

    I realize the answer to this question is most likely no… but does anyone know if altidore is on the bench for stupid Xerez today? Last I heard he was back from injury.

  5. Sean Monaghan says:


  6. Jason says:

    Jozy hurt his neck in training this week. He should be back training in a bit?

  7. RK says:

    I didn’t even bother to look at the roster today. 1-0 xerez at half, though.

  8. allie says:

    Charlie has had offers to move but Hammarby don’t want to sell him.

  9. thats all he does is score. probably cause he wrestled in high school.

  10. mskenny says:

    Again, for the third day, you’ve forgotten that the Breakers v Freedom match is tonight on FSC at 6.

  11. Brant says:

    Sure would be nice if we could WATCH THE FREAKIN’ GAMES IN ENGLISH. There’s no way in hell I’m subscribing to a Spanish-language cable package just to watch The Crew. I’m already shelling out for MLSnet online. Lemme watch my damn games. Geez….

  12. Casey C. says:

    Shelling out? It was 20 bucks, for the whole year, so you could watch every team. That’s a deal.

    Granted, I get your point.

  13. Tony in Quakeland says:

    Wow, Tony Sanneh has become bad beyond belief. He has no business on the field. Last week I started to suspect he was the worst player in MLS, but wait until you see his give away leading to the Crew goal. My U10s wouldn’t have played so badly. Amazing.

  14. Tony in Quakeland says:

    Here you go, from it’s leaden first touch to its stupid decision making

    link to

  15. Sean Monaghan says:

    Tony,I agree with tony lol….I really hope Franklin was hurt…if he just put Sanneh on in a straight swap at half I would not be a happy camper, and I’m already mad about the squad selection at that. Why hate on Spanish commentary? Look up the Eddie Lewis goal on MLS.Com , how you not love, smile or laugh at that “HAPPY BIRTHDAYYYY” in the middle of the GOLLLLLLLL ????

  16. Tim says:

    Marco Vidal’s Indios won its quarterfinal series with heavily favored Toluca. This kid needs to be brought into the national team fold, he should start at cm in the gold cup. He starts for a solid Mexican league team. He needs to be given a chance at the international level.

  17. Brant says:

    Shelling out? It was 20 bucks, for the whole year, so you could watch every team. That’s a deal.

    Granted, I get your point.

    Posted by: Casey C. | May 17, 2009 at 05:36 PM

    Ah, but *can’t* watch every team. The “national” games on Telefutura are blacked out on MLSnet. How it can be “national” for a channel subscribed to by fewer than 20% of the nation confuses me (I get that it’s not a ‘regional’ broadcast’). Why hurt your paying fans by taking games away from them?