Category Archives: European Soccer

Saturday Ticker: Sunderland end Chelsea home unbeaten run; Atletico maintain lead; and more

Fabio Borini helped Sunderland secure an improbable 2-1 win at Chelsea to break Chelsea’s home unbeaten run, and Atletico Madrid maintained their title push. Continue reading »

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Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

Chelsea look to keep up the pressure on league-leading Liverpool with a home victory against Sunderland at Stamford Bridge. Follow all the day’s action here on SBI. Continue reading »

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European Weekend Preview: Slumping Barca face Bilbao; Everton host Man United; and more

Barcelona will return to Camp Nou this weekend needing a La Liga win against Athletic Bilbao to save their hopes of a title. Elsewhere, David Moyes returns to Goodison Park as Manchester United visit Everton in the EPL. Continue reading »

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Friday Kickoff: Neymar out for 4 weeks; Guardiola ends rotation policy; and more

Neymar has been ruled out for four weeks with a foot injury, severely hurting Barcelona’s hopes of winning the La Liga title. Continue reading »

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Must-See Goal: Gareth Bale

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Thursday Kickoff: Bale leads Madrid to cup title; Bayern, PSG linked with Koscielny; and more

Gareth Bale’s heroics lifted Real Madrid to a 2-1 Copa Del Rey win over Barcelona to win the title, and big clubs are lining up to sign Laurent Koscielny from Arsenal. Continue reading »

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Soccer Wednesday: Your Running Commentary

A Copa Del Rey Classico headlines a Soccer Wednesday with Premier League, MLS and Copa Libertadores action. Continue reading »

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Wednesday Kickoff: Man City tops salary charts; Chelsea ready to spend; and more

For the second consecutive year, Manchester City leads a study that ranked which teams across the globe paid their players the most money on average. Continue reading »

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