Monthly Archives: April 2011

United States’ Gold Cup Projected Roster April Edition

The team is for the most part in place, but there are still some battles emerging for the final spots. Here is the projected squad. Goalkeepers: Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, ENGLAND), Marcus Hahnemann (Wolverhampton, ENGLAND), Tim Howard (Everton, ENGLAND) Defenders:

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Premier League: Gameweek 35 I Know The Score

There are two big games that could decide the title, but there are also two Birmingham derbies that will headline the weekend as well. Here is a quick preview of all of the games. Gameweek 35 Picks: Blackburn vs. Bolton

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Weekend Watch List: Arsenal-United Headline The Weekend

England have some big games that could finally determine the winner of the Premier League, but here is a look at the rest of the top games from this weekend. Arsenal vs. Manchester United (Sunday 9 am, FSC) Arsenal have

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Major League Soccer: Gameweek 7 I Know The Score

The big news in MLS were the major injuries and it will be interesting to see if there is any stricter refereeing this weekend to get rid of these tough tackles. The suspension of Brian Mullan seems a bit harsh

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Europa League: An All Portugal Final Seems Imminent

FC Porto continued to dominate the competition as they basically sealed their place in the final, while the all-Portugal semifinal remains in the balance. The star of the day was Radamel Falcao who scored four goals for Porto as they

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Europa League: Semifinal First Leg Preview

The all-Iberian semifinals get started today. One semifinal will have two teams very familiar with each other while the other gives another chapter to the Spain vs. Portugal. Here is a quick look at both of the games. Benfica vs.

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UEFA Champions League: Barcelona Stroll Over Real Madrid

There has been a lot of build-up to this match, but it was a pretty ugly game given it was billed as the top two teams in the world playing. Real Madrid set up defensively, but offered less going forward

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CONCACAF Champions League: Real Salt Lake vs. Monterrey Preview

It all comes down to this game. Real Salt Lake got a late goal from Javier Morales to earn a 2-2 draw in Monterrey. Monterrey controlled much of the game, but strangely took off two of their starters after taking

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UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid vs. Barcelona Preview

The big game is here and there are a number of injuries, but there is plenty of talent available for this game. Here is a look at the game. Formations: Valdes Alves–Pique–Mascherano–Puyol Xavi–Busquets–Keita Pedro–Messi–Villa There are some big absences for

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UEFA Champions League: United Dominates Schalke With Good Lead For The Second Leg

Much of the build-up to the game this week was that Schalke 04 shouldn’t be taken lightly, but based on this performance, all of the over confidence seemed warranted. It was a shockingly bad performance by Schalke as they lost

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