Monthly Archives: September 2012

Thursday Kickoff: Terry suspended, Rooney returns in Cup win, and more

  John Terry has been suspended for four matches and fined  £220,000 after the English FA found him guilty of misconduct relating to racial slurs Terry was accused of hurling at Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand last season. Terry, who … Continue reading »

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Americans Abroad: Midweek Rewind

photo by John Todd/ By FRANCO PANIZO For the second time in four days, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim scored three goals en route to picking up three points and for the second time in four days, Fabian Johnson accounted for one … Continue reading »

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College Soccer: Indiana and Notre Dame clash in tonight’s marquee match-up

Notre Dame fell from the ranks of the unbeaten last weekend, but they will have a chance to re-assert their status as one of the top teams in the country when they take on Indiana tonight (7pm) in a battle … Continue reading »

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USMNT Daily Update: How Klinsmann has embraced the ‘empty bucket’ philosophy without actually playing it

When Jurgen Klinsmann became U.S. Men's National Team head coach more than a year ago, there was a widely-held belief that he was going to usher in a new era of attack-minded American soccer, and he would do away with … Continue reading »

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Classic Must-See Goal: Francesco Totti

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Kick TV: Jimmy Conrad in Mexico City (and a Clint Mathis sighting)

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College Soccer Rewind: Tulsa knocks off Creighton, UNC wins in OT, and more

  Tulsa freshman forward Christian Mata stole the show on Tuesday night, scoring two goals to help lead the Golden Hurricanes to a 2-0 upset win against No. 20-ranked Creighton in Oklahoma. Mata opened the scoring in the 56th minute … Continue reading »

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Wednesday Kickoff: Villa and Leeds pull Cup upsets, Vidic sidelined and more

  Manchester City's disappointing start to the new campaign continued on Tuesday, with Aston Villa knocking the defending English Premier League champions out of the Capital One Cup with a 4-2 comeback victory. City held an early lead on the … Continue reading »

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SBI MLS Save of the Week: Brad Knighton

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CONCACAF: Toronto FC rolls, Herediano wins close to set up RSL decider, & more

Toronto FC is facing a serious challenge to advance out of the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League, but on Tuesday they did what they had to do to keep those modest hopes alive. Terry Dunfield scored twice, and … Continue reading »

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Sounders to let fans vote to keep or replace GM

If you have ever wished you could vote to have the person who runs your favorite sports team fired, or kept, the Seattle Sounders are making that dream come true for their fans. Sounders season-ticket holders and members of The … Continue reading »

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USMNT Daily Update: After more than a year away, it’s time to bring back Lichaj

By IVES GALARCEP If you are wondering who the guy is defending against Liverpool star Steven Gerrard is, it is American fullback Eric Lichaj. He just happens to be the only American defender playing with any regularity in the English … Continue reading »

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