Monthly Archives: June 2010

Juninho and Klein lead the Galaxy past A.C. St. Louis, 2-0

  By ADAM SERRANO It took longer than expected, but quality shined through as the Los Angeles Galaxy defeated AC St.Louis 2-0 on Tuesday night in U.S. Open Cup play. St. Louis arrived at the Home Depot Center with dreams … Continue reading »

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World Cup Daily Recap: Villa lifts Spain, Paraguay tops Japan in penalty kicks

Photo by Ben Queenborough/ By AVI CREDITOR Spain appears to have steadied its World Cup ship. After breaking down and holding off Portugal on Tuesday, 1-0, La Furia Roja clinched the eighth and final spot in the quarterfinals and put … Continue reading »

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LA Galaxy to host Real Madrid on August 7th

  BY ADAM SERRANO  The Los Angeles Galaxy announced on Tuesday that they are hosting Spanish giants Real Madrid on August 7th at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The friendly takes the place of a previously scheduled appearance of … Continue reading »

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U.S. Open Cup Third Round: A Look Ahead

By TRAVIS CLARK Wednesday night, a rivalry that will soon grace MLS is renewed, as the Portland Timbers are set to host the Seattle Sounders in the Third Round of the U.S. Open Cup. PGE Park is set to host … Continue reading »

Posted in Major League Soccer, U.S. Open Cup | 27 Comments

World Cup: Spain vs. Portugal (Matchday Commentary)

By AVI CREDITOR The marquee matchup of the Round of 16 will determine the final spot in the World Cup quarterfinals, as Spain and Portugal meet at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa (2:30 p.m., ESPN/  Spain and … Continue reading »

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World Cup: Paraguay vs. Japan (Matchday Commentary)

  By AVI CREDITOR Two of the World Cup's more surprising teams will clash with a spot in the quarterfinals on the line, as Paraguay and Japan meet at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa (10 a.m., ESPN/ Paraguay's … Continue reading »

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Morning Ticker: Blatter to consider replay, Di Maria to Madrid and more

By AVI CREDITOR After the events of the last couple of weeks, more specifically on Sunday, FIFA president Sepp Blatter didn't really have any other choice. Blatter has stated that FIFA will "re-open the file on goal-line technology" during meetings … Continue reading »

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World Cup Daily Recap: Brazil and the Netherlands roll on to the Quarterfinals

BY ADAM SERRANO There were no surprises in the World Cup on Monday as a powerhouses advanced to set up a fantastic match in the Quarterfinals. Brazil may not be the "joga bonito" side of old, but in their 3-0 demolition of … Continue reading »

Posted in World Cup 2010 | 36 Comments