Greetings from central North Carolina, where I've stopped for the day/night after spending much of the week with D.C. United in Charleston, S.C. I'm not fond of long drives, but because of college basketball responsibilities in Richmond last weekend and the need for flexibility in getting home for Selection Sunday,...
*At long last, just four-plus weeks until the season starts, the 2011 MLS schedule is ready! The league will post the full calendar later today. The first two weekends of the season were announced in December, but a variety of issues (TV, stadiums, international calendar, tournaments) delayed completion and stalled...
| February 10, 2011; 6:00 AM ET |
Categories: Americans Abroad, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, D.C. United, England, Greece, Libertadores, MLS, Mexico | Tags: D.C. United, MLS, Mexico
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Wednesday's international friendlies: Argentina-Portugal, Spain-Colombia, Germany-Italy, Denmark-England
While the United States-Egypt friendly will not be played because of unrest in Cairo, many matches are on the slate during the FIFA international fixture date Wednesday: (All times are Eastern U.S.) Greece-Canada in Larissa, 10 a.m. (foxsoccer.tv) Armenia-Georgia in Limassol, 10 a.m. Iran-Russia in Abu Dhabi, 11 a.m. Latvia-Bolivia...
| February 8, 2011; 3:41 PM ET |
Categories: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, England, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, TV, Turkey | Tags: Argentina, England, Germany, Italy, Spain, friendlies
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*Midfielder-forward Chris Pontius' hamstring issue is similar to the problem that former D.C. United captain Ryan Nelsen had with Blackburn Rovers in 2006. Nelsen ended up having surgery in Finland in August of that year and didn't return until January 2007. United has yet to announce a course of action...
With MLS shifting into the final stage of the regular season, we are altering the format of the weekly review by turning attention from specific matches to the playoff race. We'll also resume last year's cold-hearted mockery of the worst club -- the Red Bulls were our targets in 2009,...
No need for Lionel Messi, who sat this one out. Maxi Rodriguez had the first two goals, Angel Di Maria added a magnificent strike, Carlos Tevez finished from close range and Sergio Aguero weaved his way to the final goal in a 5-0 victory over Canada in Buenos Aires. Goalkeeper...
| May 24, 2010; 10:16 PM ET |
Categories: 2010 World Cup, Argentina, Canada, MLS | Tags: Argentina, Canada, Diego Maradona, Lionel Messi, MLS, Maxi Rodriguez, Pat Onstad, Sergio Aguero, World Cup
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