Monthly Archives: December 2012

Blatter delivers misguided comments on MLS

Sepp Blatter offered some rather disparaging comments about Major League Soccer in a recent interview with Al Jazeera. Nobody should be surprised because Blatter has made a habit of making misguided statements. Continue reading »

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European Weekend Rewind: Chelsea edges Everton, Man City survives, and more

Frank Lampard’s brace lifted Chelsea over Everton on a goal-filled holiday weekend in the English Premier League. Continue reading »

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Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

Tim Ream and Bolton Wanderers ended the year with a win, Clint Dempsey returned from injury and more in this weekend’s Americans Abroad action. Continue reading »

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Sunday Kickoff: Wenger won’t sell Walcott in January, Vilanova to return in a month, and more

After Theo Walcott’s masterful hat-trick performance on Saturday for Arsenal, Arsene Wenger made it clear he has no plans to sell Walcott this winter even if the Gunners can’t sign the young star to a new deal. Continue reading »

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Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

The 2012 season comes to a close on Sunday, with only the Premier League in action this weekend. With only two matches today, the action will be light on the final gameday of the year. Continue reading »

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Holden closer to return to action for Bolton

A recent appearance in a closed-door match has Stuart Holden poised to return to Bolton, with manager Dougie Freedman confident the American midfielder could be back in a month. Continue reading »

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