Monthly Archives: February 2010

This weekend’s soccer on TV

The most anticipated meeting of the weekend isn't Aston Villa-Manchester United in the Carling Cup, or Sporting Lisbon vs. FC Porto, or even Bayern Munich vs. Hamburg. It's John Terry vs. Wayne Bridge. The two men involved in one of … Continue reading »

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Friday Free Kicks

While the snow falls in the Northeast and the sun creeps away in Florida, I wanted to catch you all up on a few items as Friday winds down. Here is my latest Fox Soccer column on the MLS Labor … Continue reading »

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MLS Camp Roundup: D.C. United sweep split-squad friendlies, Seattle finishes fifth and more

By TRAVIS CLARK D.C. United wrapped up a three-week stint in Florida with two wins in two matches played this morning. In two split-squad friendlies, United beat the U.S. U-17 squad 5-2, and at the same time had another XI … Continue reading »

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Mid-day Ticker: Portsmouth enter administration, Arsenal cuts debt and more

By TRAVIS CLARK Over in England this morning, Portsmouth managed to make the wrong kind of history. They became the first Premier League club to enter administration in the league's history when another buyer wasn't found by Thursday's deadline. The … Continue reading »

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Who should the USA start vs. the Netherlands?

Photo by The first chance to see a close to full-strength U.S. national team in 2010 will come on Wednesday in the Netherlands, and while there are still several top players recovering from injuries, the match vs. the Netherlands should … Continue reading »

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Americans Abroad: A Look Ahead

   By FRANCO PANIZO Brad Guzan has received most of the starts for Aston Villa in the club's run to the Carling Cup final, but it could be incumbent Brad Friedel who gets the nod against Manchester United. Friedel has been red … Continue reading »

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