FIFA's world rankings show world champion Spain remaining at the top of the list, followed by Netherlands, Germany, Argentina, Brazil, England, Uruguay, Croatia, Portugal and Greece. While it's fun to scan the full results, they should, as usual, be taken with a pinch of salt. (Croatia and Greece in the...
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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Americans abroad, Oguchi Onyewu injured, San Jose Earthquakes win MLS lottery, Virginia keeper signs, USA-Chile rewind
*American defender Oguchi Onyewu departed midway through the first half with an apparent back ailment during Twente's Dutch Cup victory over PSV Eindhoven. The clubs were 1-1 after 120 minutes and Twente prevailed on penalties, 7-6. ... Midfielder Maurice Edu entered midway through the second half of Rangers' 2-0 victory...
| January 26, 2011; 5:30 PM ET |
Categories: Americans Abroad, College Soccer, MLS, Netherlands, U.S. men's national team | Tags: Americans abroad, Clint Dempsey, MLS, Oguchi Onyewu
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In his first official match with Dutch club Twente, American World Cup defender Oguchi Onyewu played 90 minutes on the back line, with left-side responsibilities, during a 5-0 victory over visiting Heracles. Onyewu, who is from the Washington area, joined the reigning league champions this month on loan from AC...
U.S. World Cup defender Oguchi Onyewu, whose club career has stalled since moving to Italy in 2009, is on the verge of leaving AC Milan to go on a six-month loan, the Insider has learned. Italian reports last week linked him to Dutch champion FC Twente, which is coached by...