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Sad story.... Celtic to win the league by ~30 points. Scottish Football, already a peripheral thought in the world of UEFA, is nothing without the Old Firm rivalry.
The Portland fans are, hands down, the best fan base in MLS. I, sadly, moved away before they got into the "big leagues" but I've attended a few matches when visiting and they are a lot of fun. The Timber Army take no prisoners and travel very well. The rivalry with Seattle is pretty intense and I've seen punches thrown.
He's not going to Barca's B-team (unless they want to overpay him for no reason). Plus JdS wants to make the A-team, doesn't want any distractions. Giovani is in his contract year, so it's guaranteed that he will play. Tottenham will run him out enough times to give them something to actually sell (alternatively to re-sign him, but who knows how him and the new manager will feel).
Then again, if some team offers at least 5 million euros, Spurs might just let him go.
Joey Barton is a piece of shit.
tRCMB - Visit at your own risk of being disgusted.
Seattle fans are good. LA's Riot Squad is high entertainment though. I went to a Chicago-LA match several years ago at Soldier Field. About 20 Riot Squad members had made the trip and they spent a solid 40 minutes screaming "Hey Sampson, I fucked your daughter!" at LA's coach.
Fans in Columbus are pretty good, too. Never been to a Crew match, but I saw the US beat Mexico there in 2004. 45 straight minutes of "Dirty Sanchez" chants directed at Mexico's keeper. He noticed.
FWIW, 888K watched the Seattle-Portland match on ESPN.
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Saw Roma destroy that Polish JV team in Wrigley field in person. Awesome venue.
The panorama shots of Roma-Liverpool tonight at Fenway were equally impressive.
Roma didn't look so bad either
Very nice to see Michael Bradley score as well. Now hopefully the MLS can pull this one out. Actually a pretty solid starting lineup.
Congrats MLS European Champs!
Euro 2012 is over, the Olympics are coming up, World Cup qualifying continues and the transfer market is picking up. Will Man City repeat?
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