Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

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Hello folks. Apologies for the late posting but most of today's soccer action is still to come, including the NCAA College Cup Final and the AC Milan-Juventus and Lyon-Marseille showdowns.

Here is what is left of today's matches on TV:

  • 11am- FSC- West Ham at Chelsea

  • 11am- GolTV- Schalke 04 at TSG Hoffenheim

  • 1pm- GolTV- Villarreal at Sevilla

  • 1pm- ESPN2- NCAA College Cup Final

  • 2pm- Fox Sports Espanol- Colon at Boca Juniors

  • 2:30pm- FSC- AC Milan at Juventus

  • 2:55pm- Setanta USA- Marseille at Lyon

  • 3pm- GolTV- Real Betis at Atletico Madrid

  • 5:30pm- GolTV- Deportivo Pereira at America

  • 6pm- FSC- Digicel Caribbean Cup Championship (Jamaica vs. Grenada).

If you will be watching today's matches, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

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51 Responses to Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

  1. Erik Abarca says:

    According to Marca.com this is the unofficial lineup today. But the roster is official, and Rossi is not in it. Here is how Marca has them lining up today…

    ——————–Franco———-Altidore——————-

    Pires——————————————————Cazorla

    ——————-Eguren———–Senna———————-

    Capdevila——-Godin————Gonzalo————Angel

    —————————–Lopez——————————-

  2. AltiCooper says:

    hope your right eric… anyone got a link to the villarreal game?

  3. Isaac says:

    I have a good feeling about Jozy today. He’s been getting starts and I think he’ll feel comfortable with a striker like Franco who is very similar to the style that Angel played back with the Red Bulls.

  4. kahlva says:

    Links for the villarreal game would be great….!

  5. Isaac says:

    Jozy will do fine. He’s been getting starts and is starting to adapt. He’ll feel comfortable playing alongside a forward like Franco who has a similar style to Angel back with the Red Bulls. Jozy knows how to simplify the game.

  6. lou says:

    Ives is juve still going to be without del piero, against milan. Thanks.

  7. Isaac says:

    Dangit…..stupid double post….

  8. luis says:

    altidore is on the bench

  9. luis says:

    my guess is that he will come in around the 70th to 80th minute

  10. Nick says:

    sad day no jozy,, still a good game though. Still the coach of villareal is a very good coach.

    Watch the game on http://www.justin.tv click sports then soccer and you should find the game. Peace.

  11. Don says:

    GolTV English Feed:

    link to ustream.tv

  12. Don says:

    for villareal game..

  13. Chase says:

    Soccernet actually had it right again…

  14. eric says:

    Goal Sev in 45+… but that sure looked like offsides.

    Oh well, maybe it gets Jozy in the game earlier if they are down!

  15. Erik Abarca says:

    Was up with Rossi? and was that goal off sides?

  16. RS says:

    They said before the game Rossi had the flu along with another player and they stayed back and didn’t make the trip.

  17. eric says:

    Well, the goal definitely stood. Sevilla headed the ball in the box to Kanoute, who was breaking to goal and onsides. He then passed forward to Renato, who looked offsides to me, but who scored anyways.

    2nd half underway and Kanoute almost bags another 35 secs in

  18. kahlva says:

    Anyone have an updated feed? (that one’s gone)

  19. AltiCooper says:

    llorente with the red card… only means more playing time for altidore

  20. eric says:

    Sevilla has really pressed Villarreal to start the 2nd half.

    Red Card! Villa down to 10, Llorente with his 2nd yellow.

  21. luis says:

    altidore ready to come in!!

  22. Nick says:

    JOZY Alidore is about to go in. Lets go socre goals.

  23. Nick says:

    Click on this link.

    link to calciolink.altervista.org

    or try justin.tv directly first use above

  24. Dave says:

    jozy on

  25. eric says:

    El Torito!

  26. Dave says:

    COME ON JOZY!!!!!too bad dumbass llorente had to get a STUPID red

  27. Dave says:

    wow shouldve scored that one…nightmares…

  28. eric says:

    Jozy has no excuse not to do a ton of running and hard work coming on for a 30 min shift.

    Yikes! Don’t forget about that Sev counter!

  29. Dave says:

    Yeah I agree, i just hope he works hard today…

  30. Dave says:

    another bullet dodged

  31. Erik Abarca says:

    Something tells me Jozy will score.

  32. AltiCooper says:

    Villarreal is getting rocked

  33. eric says:

    Argh. Right there, when Altidore doesn’t win that ball… chase him down hard after!!!

  34. Chase says:

    Very anti-climatic end to that one…

  35. Dave says:

    I don’t know if my last post didn’t go through, but I’ll state it again:

    Altidore has a bad attitude on the pitch-I’ve never seen it before and if he had it last week, I can understand why people were getting on him. It’s not so much that he played poorly-it’s that he walks around and doesn’t bust his *** the way he SHOULD. Not really sure why this is happening-but it really comes off VERY poorly-it’s the EJ mentality-big deal, I haven’t scored in 5 years, I can still stroll around the pitch-no YOU CAN’T. Even if you are scoring 20 goals a game you should still BUST your *** for EVERY loose ball, track down every time until you are dead…

    Disappointing to see this from Jozy.

  36. Isaac says:

    I’ve never seen Jozy so pissed off. I thought he was calm and collected. Even on that Free kick that Freddy scored on against Guatemala Jozy was pissed then too. He needs to calm down. There is no space in football for that kind of crap.

  37. eric says:

    Yup. It was interesting to watch Rossi last week making all the runs I was used to seeing Jozy make. He didn’t used to be this way, and when he is on he makes run after run. I believe he has the skill to do it, but I think in order to make the leap to the next level, he needs to have consistency of effort and commitment.

    Dempsey is subject to the same thing, and he’s great when he’s going all out and then has long periods of games where you never see him run, he’s in perma-jog mode.

  38. eric says:

    In other games, I forgot I had the Juve – Milan match open in another browser. it’s gone from 1-0 Juv to 3-1 Juv in the last 25 mins. 87th now

  39. eric says:

    Sorry, it’s just at half time. But looks like good action, I did get the score right…

  40. DemonJuice says:

    The Toluca v Cruz Azul game is going to penalties.

  41. DemonJuice says:

    Wow.

    7th round of PKs, nobody has missed… Toluca’s kick clangs off the crossbar, but then off the keepers back and in.

    Then Cruz Azul’s kick is saved.

    Toluca are champions.

  42. john says:

    does anybody know what happens in argentina now since it ended in a 3 way tie?

  43. Isaac says:

    Dang that Juve-Milan game was basically all Juve. I know Milan got two goals but really the possession the chances and obviously the goals all went Juve’s way.

  44. eric says:

    Juve can roll like that when Sissoko is holding down the midfield and distributing like that. I always felt Liverpool cast him aside a little quick. The Kaka-Ronaldinho-Pato goal was fun, but Milan misses Gattuso. If they have any sense, they’ll be bidding on Portsmith’s Diarra this winter, even if they have to go against Madrid.

    Martha in Miami can coo about another great day from Del Piero, but I’m more interested in Amauri making the team look smart for snatching him up from Palermo where he scored 15 last year. Except for one major knee injury, he’s been one of the best strikers in Serie A since leading Chievo to the Champ’s League in 2005. I’ve got Brazil envy that they produce so many good attacking players that this guy’s never gotten a whiff of the national team…

  45. Chase says:

    I think some of your are reading far too much into Jozy’s play, Pelligrini seems to think he is playing well enough to justify the time he is giving him, what did you expect to him to do, he was basically playing by himself up top, starved of any service, with his team down a man…

  46. Chase says:

    Sorry, but LFC cast aside Sissoko at the perfect time, its great to see that Momo’s move to Juve has been good for him, but he was surplus to requirements at Anfield, and he is still outside of the class of Alonso and Mascherano…

  47. docsoccer says:

    thats the poll question of the week whos better sissoko or alsonso? id take the malian? do you knows mali midfield consits of diarra momo and keita from barca, that small country has 3 world class dmids and probably wont qualify for the world cup? we need just one.

  48. eric says:

    I’d love to pair up Mascherano and Sissoko in the same midfield and let Stevie G run free wherever his Scouser heart desires.