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USA v Spain

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In Dave Brockington
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On June 4, 2011
For something a bit lighter.  It’s good that the USMNT are playing Spain immediately before the Gold Cup campaign, which is of far greater importance.  As the ESPN article suggests, the US will be rotating and resting their key players in this friendly, thus do not expect a result similar to the last time the […]
This hasn’t really been picked up by the media, but according to Prost Amerika Soccer, FIFA is entertaining the possibility of overturning Qatar’s sensible victory in hosting the 2022 World Cup.  Slightly more here at The Guardian.  Of course, refusing to rule out a re-vote is likely a ploy, given that current FIFA chief Sepp […]
Some fabulous work from the LGM readership; two teams in the 99.9th percentile: RNK ENTRY, OWNER GROUP RND16 QTR SEMI FINAL TOTAL PCT 1 greller49 1, A. Greller 22 20 24 32 32 130 99.9 1 tnpsc 1, v. las vegas 22 20 24 32 32 130 99.9 3 I Sure Hope I Win This!, D A Lempert […]

Penalty Kicks

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On July 2, 2010

As I’ve said before, I can’t stand important games being decided by any kind of penalty shooting, although true aficionados of football will tell me that the nature of the their sport make

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