Monthly Archives: October 2010

MLS Playoffs: New York Red Bulls vs. San Jose Earthquakes: Match Night Commentary

BY ADAM SERRANO The New York Red Bulls begin their MLS Playoffs campaign tonight as they travel west to Buck Shaw Stadium to face the San Jose Earthquakes (10pm, Telefutura).  The Red Bulls completed a run from worst to first … Continue reading »

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FC Dallas holds serve at home after Avila’s late goal deals RSL 2-1 defeat

The MLS Cup holders are in danger of being shown an early exit from the playoffs. Substitute Eric Avila's goal on a nifty 18-yard strike in the 88th minute helped FC Dallas overcome Real Salt Lake, 2-1, at Pizza Hut … Continue reading »

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MLS Playoffs: FC Dallas vs. Real Salt Lake (Your Running Commentary)

   Real Salt Lake embarks on its MLS Cup title defense in a place it has never won, facing FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park in the first leg of their highly anticipated playoff series (5 p.m., Fox Soccer Channel). … Continue reading »

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Edu scores as Rangers draw Inverness

By FRANCO PANIZO Maurice Edu netted his first goal of the season on Saturday, scoring a beauty in Rangers' 1-1 draw with Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Edu finished a nice passing sequence in the first half by blasting a left-footed volley … Continue reading »

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Dempsey braces Fulham to victory

By FRANCO PANIZO Fulham snapped its five-game winless streak on Saturday, and Clint Dempsey was the player to lift the club to victory. Fulham defeated Wigan Athletic, 2-0, through two first-half goals from Dempsey. The U.S. international, who played all … Continue reading »

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Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

Before the Major League Soccer playoffs continue, some high-profile teams overseas will be in action. Premier League title chasers Chelsea and Arsenal each look to avoid being tripped up in their respective matches, setting the table for the key Tottenham-Manchester … Continue reading »

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