Monthly Archives: November 2009

Ibrahimovic’s ‘El Clasico’ match winner

If you were watching today's FC Barcelona-Real Madrid match, you were one of millions and millions around the world, and while we didn't get the goal-fest we were hoping for, the match's lone goal was a worthy winner for any … Continue reading »

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Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

    Christmas is still a month a way, but it will feel like Christmas to soccer fans today as they get treated to a loaded schedule of top matches, including the highly-anticipated Barcelona-Real Madrid showdown. Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo … Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, Your Running Commentary | 98 Comments

Jimmy Bullard’s clever goal celebration

Comedy is all about timing and for Hull City midfielder Jimmy Bullard, his choice for a funny goal celebration could not have been better timed. Last January, Hull manager Phil Brown made headlines when he had his team sit down … Continue reading »

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Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

Jozy Altidore's quest for his first English Premier League goal will take him to City of Manchester Stadium, where he and Hull City will face off against Manchester City in one of the more intriguing matches on Saturday. Altidore is … Continue reading »

Posted in Soccer on TV, Your Running Commentary | 109 Comments

Davies making “fantastic” progress on road to recovery

Photo by Some two weeks after being released from a Washington D.C. hospital where he spent a month recovering from a deadly car accident, U.S. national team forward Charlie Davies has moved his rehabilitating to Delaware, where doctors have … Continue reading »

Posted in U.S. Men's National Team | 54 Comments

This Weekend’s Soccer on TV

  The match millions of soccer fans around the world have spent months waiting for is finally here. Barcelona vs. Real Madrid, otherwise known as 'El Clasico', is finally here and two of the best and most expensive collections of soccer … Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, Mexican Soccer, Soccer on TV | 28 Comments

NCAA Tournament: Round of 16 Preview

by TRAVIS CLARK Upsets ran rampant through the second round of the NCAA Tournament, and the third round gets underway with half of the top seeds knocked out. Last weekend's biggest upset saw No. 4 Ohio State knocked out by … Continue reading »

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Americans Abroad: A Look Ahead

By FRANCO PANIZO Tim Howard and Everton are struggling, having won only once in their last seven games, but the anguish of a disappointing season can be eased considerably with a victory in the Merseyside Derby. Everton plays host to arch-rival … Continue reading »

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