Monthly Archives: July 2010

Cahill nets hat trick, Blues win 4-2 over Norwich City

After blowing a first half 2-0 lead, Everton F.C. rallied to a 4-2 victory over Championship side Norwich City. Diniyar Bilyaletdinov and Tim Cahill supplied the scoring for the Toffees, the latter of which recorded a hat trick. Cahill opened … Continue reading

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Freddie Ljungberg joins the Chicago Fire

After dealing talented, if inconsistent, midfielder Justin Mapp earlier this week, the Chicago Fire bolstered their midfield with the addition former Arsenal standout and underwear model Freddie Ljungberg on Friday. Seattle Sounders dealt Ljungberg, who has been described as a … Continue reading

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U.S. wins Milk Cup, keeper to train with Everton

The United States Under-20 National Team dominated host Northern Ireland 3-0 en route to taking home the Milk Cup title for the first time since 2005. Gale Agbossoumonde (Sporting Club Braga, Portugese Liga), Juan Agudelo (New York Red Bulls), and … Continue reading

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Annoyed about the All-Star Game

A slow day at work turned into a bout of serious reflection upon last night’s match between the dreaded Manchester United and the MLS All-Stars, and I think annoyed is probably the only way to describe my mood. Am I … Continue reading

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MLS falls to Man U, 5-2

It wasn’t exactly a banner night for our own top flight soccer league as the MLS All-Stars fell 5-2 to Manchester United Wednesday night in front of a crowd of 70,728 in Houston. Federico Macheda, who won the match’s MVP … Continue reading

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U.S. team advances on last minute goal

Well, that headline certainly seems familiar, doesn’t it? The U.S. Under-20s will be playing in the Final of Northern Ireland’s Milk Cup on Saturday after knocking off Denmark Wednesday, 3-2. The Americans accounted for all five goals on the day … Continue reading

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Choosing a Bundesliga team…

I’m extremely proud of my German heritage, and I generally root for Deutschland internationally when the U.S. isn’t playing. Yet, I have never really gotten behind the idea of following a Bundesliga side. Ladies and gentleman, that has changed. Now, … Continue reading

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