Monthly Archives: November 2008

Euro Top 25: Arsenal topples Chelsea, Barca rolls and Man Utd downs City

  Chelsea looked to be in complete control on Sunday in its London Derby showdown vs. Arsenal. Up a goal and cruising, the Blues look poised to win and hold on to first place in the EPL. At least until Robin … Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer | 14 Comments

NCAA Quarterfinal field is set

  All eight places in the NCAA men's soccer tournament quarterfinals were booked this weekend, with North Carolina earning the last spot in thrilling fashion. Michael Callahan's 86th-minute equalizer gave the Tar Heels life, then Brian Shriver's 94th-minute game winner … Continue reading »

Posted in College Soccer | 9 Comments

Americans Abroad: Weekend Rewind

It was a landmark weekend for Americans in Europe. From Brad Friedel record-breaking performance to Jozy Altidore's impressive start for Villarreal, several Americans Abroad enjoyed success across Europe. Friedel set a new record for consecutive matches played, with 167 in … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, European Soccer, U.S. Men's National Team | 52 Comments

Blanco helps lead Santos to playoff win

  Who said Cuauhtemoc Blanco can't deliver in the playoffs in November? The Chicago Fire playmaker missed out on an MLS Cup final this fall, but he moved one step closer to a Mexican League Apertura final when his penalty … Continue reading »

Posted in Mexican Soccer, MLS- Chicago Fire | 25 Comments

Friedel plays in record 167th straight match

  You can call Brad Friedel big, imposing, dominating, but you must also call him reliable. The 37-year-old goalkeeper showed just how reliable on Saturday when he appeared in his 167th straight English Premier League match in Aston Villa's scoreless … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, European Soccer | 23 Comments

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

Good morning folks. The top-quality soccer action is already well under way, with Manchester United-Manchester City and Inter Milan-Napoli both in the second half of their games. Here is today's list of games on TV: 8:30am- Setanta USA- Manchester United … Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, Soccer on TV, Your Running Commentary | 56 Comments