Monthly Archives: April 2009

SBI’s Recommended Reading

  By SEAN RUBIO With the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals out of the way, we've got stories from Colombia, Italy, and more for you on this Thursday edition of Recommended Reading.  You know its a good day … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- Philadelphia Union, Recommended Reading | 15 Comments

Afternoon Ticker: Ribery gives Bayern ultimatum, Hill heads to Portugal and Spector discusses injury

  by GIANFRANCO PANIZO Days after head coach Juergen Klinsmann was relieved of his coaching duties, Franck Ribery has warned Bayern Munich that he too could leave the German club if they fail to qualify for next season's Champions League. "It would … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, European Soccer | 30 Comments

Red Bulls 2, Earthquakes 1 (A Look Back and a look ahead)

It wasn't a league match, or even an official U.S. Open Cup match, but the Red Bulls will gladly take their 2-1 U.S. Open Cup Play-in victory over San Jose. Especially after Sunday's heart-breaking loss to D.C. United. Head coach … Continue reading »

Posted in MLS- New York Red Bulls | 26 Comments

South America: Ronaldo the Comeback Kid

  By NESTOR F. SEBASTIAN It doesn't seem too long ago when many were calling on Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima to call it quits after suffering a serious knee injury early last year while playing for A.C.Milan, who let his … Continue reading »

Posted in South American Soccer | 37 Comments

You Write the Caption: Best of the Liverpool Lovebirds Edition

Welcome to the latest edition of You Write the Caption. We received more than 70 entries for this photo of Tom Hicks and George Gillet making nice during a recent Liverpool match and some of YWTC entries were very good … Continue reading »

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Wambach named WPS Player of the Week

                                                                           Photo by ISIphotos.com   By CHRISTA MANN When the WPS overcame its recent scoring slump and tallied 11 goals in only two games, players from the Washington Freedom, Chicago Red Stars and FC Gold Pride all thought they … Continue reading »

Posted in Women's Professional Soccer | 8 Comments