Monthly Archives: June 2008

Ballack doubtful for Euro Final

Some six years after missing the 2002 World Cup final due to yellow cards, German national team captain Michael Ballack could miss the Euro 2008 final vs. Spain with a calf strain. Ballack hasn’t trained in two days and could … Continue reading »

Posted in Uncategorized | 9 Comments

Dynamo 1, FC Dallas 1: A Supporter’s View

Schellas Hyndman’s transition to MLS reached a milestone on Thursday as the long-time SMU coach earned his first point in charge of FC Dallas. The Hoops showed far more energy and promise than they did against the Red Bulls a … Continue reading »

Posted in Major League Soccer, MLS- FC Dallas, MLS- Houston Dynamo | 5 Comments

Morning Ticker: Adebayor changes mind, Italian club eyes Nakamura and Costa Rica boots Medford

So much for the whole "I’m staying at Arsenal thing." Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has back-tracked from his statement last week that he was staying at Arsenal and is once again eyeing a move to AC Milan. What should we … Continue reading »

Posted in CONCACAF, European Soccer | 17 Comments

The Red Bulls Rebound

                                                                                Photo by ISIphotos.com I won’t deny it. I thought the Red Bulls were … Continue reading »

Posted in Major League Soccer, MLS- New York Red Bulls | 32 Comments

It’s Q&A Time

Good afternoon folks. It is that time again. Time for you to send your soccer questions my way and time for me to try and either find you an answer or give you my opinion on the subject. You know … Continue reading »

Posted in SBI Live Q&A | 109 Comments

Copa Libertadores: Liga de Quito smashes Fluminense

The best team in South America just might come from……Ecuador. Yes, you read that right. Liga Deportivo de Quito, a club most American soccer fans have never heard of, smoked Brazilian side Fluminense, 4-2, in the first leg of the … Continue reading »

Posted in South American Soccer | 22 Comments