The Official Soccer/Futbol Thread 2009-2010

Discussion in 'Sports' started by LA, Apr 18, 2009.

  1. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    Deportivo La Coruña wins their season opener, 2-1, agginst Eibar.
    Barça wins its season opener, handing out a 6-2 thrashing to Betis.
     
  2. Kickster

    Kickster Well-Known Member

    Manchester City beats FC Barcelona
     
  3. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    I'm still in shock. Maybe it's because Pep briefed Man City on all their moves in advance. But it was a home game. I doubt they could pull that off in Camp Nou.
     
  4. Kickster

    Kickster Well-Known Member

    Bruce Arena back in charge of the U.S. Team
     
  5. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    The anti-Klinsmann forces are ecstatic. I think they're making a mistake, but hey, what do I know? :p
     
  6. Kickster

    Kickster Well-Known Member

    Seattle Sounders vs. Toronto FC for the MLS Cup
     
  7. Kickster

    Kickster Well-Known Member

    MLS season kicks off tonight
     
  8. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    Deportivo La Coruña is relegated after 2-4 loss against Barça. Liverpool advances to the Champions League final against Real Madrid. #YoullNeverWalkAlone
     
    Last edited: May 3, 2018
  9. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    Anyone watching El Clasico this Sunday at 2:45pm?
     
  10. Kickster

    Kickster Well-Known Member

    I might check some of it
     
  11. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    That's my Sunday, in a nutshell. Ice cold Estrella Damm and Messi v. CR7.
     
  12. Kickster

    Kickster Well-Known Member

    Wayne Rooney to DC United
     
  13. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    The MLS is getting more and more attractive to world-class footballers on the back end of their careers, improving the quality of MLS play and helping raise enthusiasm for the league. Ibrahimovic is having a great season at LA. Welcome, Mr. Rooney!
     
  14. orejon4

    orejon4 Well-Known Member

    Apparently, it's still up for grabs, according to Rebecca Lowe this morning on Goal Zone. Commentators thought it likely as Rooney would prefer to start at DC Utd. rather than continuing as a substitution at Everton.

    P.S.: I can't believe Barça lost to Levante yesterday. *staring in shock*
     
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