Monthly Archives: March 2012

TFC tie Santos Laguna in CCL semifinal opener

Santos Laguna, the highest-scoring team in Mexico was expected to demolish Toronto FC in their CONCACAF Champions League semifinal series. If that is going to happen, Santos will have to do the demolishing down in Mexico. Toronto FC put on … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, CONCACAF Champions League, Mexican Soccer, MLS- Toronto FC | 39 Comments

AC Milan 0, Barcelona 0: Match Highlights

Posted in European Soccer | 3 Comments

Toronto FC vs. Santos Laguna: Your Running Commentary

Toronto FC kicks off their quest to become the second straight MLS team to reach the CONCACAF Champions League finals tonight when the Reds welcome Mexican power Santos Laguna to BMO Field for the first leg of their semifinal tie … Continue reading »

Posted in CONCACAF Champions League, MLS- Toronto FC, Your Running Commentary | 74 Comments

MLS suspends, fines Clark for anti-gay remark

Photo by Dani Vernon/ISIphotos.com Major League Soccer has sent a strong message that should make players think twice before using controversial language in any forum, whether it be on the field or through social media. The league suspended Houston Dynamo … Continue reading »

Posted in Major League Soccer, MLS- Houston Dynamo | 87 Comments

UCL Rewind: Milan holds Barcelona to scoreless tie, Bayern cruises by Marseille

  By JOHN BOSCHINI It's all square heading back to Camp Nou as Barcelona and AC Milan battled to a scoreless draw at the San Siro in the opening leg of their UEFA Champions League quarterfinal tie. AC Milan wasted … Continue reading »

Posted in European Soccer, UEFA Champions League | 4 Comments

The Unstoppable Herculez Gomez

To say that Herculez Gomez has seized his opportunity would be accurate, but it wouldn't quite tell the whole story. Gomez has made the most of his chance to start for Santos Laguna after an injury to Darwin Quintero opened … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, Mexican Soccer | 21 Comments

TFC defense in need of answers to stop Gomez, Santos Laguna in CCL semifinals

If Toronto FC is to figure out a remedy for their defensive problems, Wednesday night would be an ideal time to do so. TFC, Major League Soccer's last hope in the CONCACAF Champions League, welcomes red-hot Herculez Gomez and in-form … Continue reading »

Posted in Americans Abroad, CONCACAF Champions League, Mexican Soccer, MLS- Toronto FC | 10 Comments

UEFA Champions League: Your Running Commentary

Barcelona and AC Milan met twice in the UEFA Champions League group stage, and they'll treat soccer fans to two more matchups starting with their opening leg of their UCL quarterfinals at the San Siro. Barcelona rolled through the Round … Continue reading »

Posted in Your Running Commentary | 9 Comments