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6 posts from March 2011

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Juan Agudelo on fire!

The US national team is back on the field tonight against Paraguay after an impressive 1-1 tie against Argentina in front of 78,936 fans at the Meadowlands.

18-year-old Juan Agudelo, a Colombian-American, scored the goal. He also scored against South Africa in a friendly a few months ago. The kid is good!

Attention: ManU fans!

Manchester United is coming to US soil this summer for a tour. No stops in Miami, but you can take a road trip or hop a plane and see them in the following cities..

MANCHESTER UNITED 2011 U.S. TOUR
July 13 vs New England Revolution, Gillette Stadium, Foxborough,
Massachusetts
July 20 vs Seattle Sounders, Qwest Field, Seattle
July 23 vs Chicago Fire, Soldier Field, Chicago
July 27 vs MLS All-Stars, Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey
July 30 vs Barcelona, FedEx Field, Washington

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Super Day for Davies, MLS!

MLS had a spectacular Saturday..

Charlie Davies, the US forward nearly killed in a 2009 car accident, scored 2 goals in his debut for D.C. United, and had an emotional press conference afterward, in which he called it the best day of his life.

Vancouver Whitecaps, with a packed house of 22,592 watching, beat Toronto 4-2 in its league debut. Eric Hassli scored 2 goals for Vancouver.

18-year-old Juan Agudelo, recently called up to the US national team for upcoming game against Argentina, scored the lone goal in the Red Bulls' 1-0 win over Seattle.

Mexican star Omar Bravo scored for Kansas City in his debut against Chivas USA.

All great stories...stay tuned!

Michelle.

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Arsenal v. Barca!

Arsenal vs. Barcelona now. Tune in.

Strikers to make major announcement

The Fort Lauderdale Strikers (formerly Miami FC) will be making a major personnel announcement in the next 24 hours. Hint: It's a name familiar to South Florida soccer fans. Stay tuned.

Gold Cup in Miami!

June 10. Mark your calendar.

2011 Gold Cup makes a first-round stop in Miami.

Jamaica vs. Guatemala, 7 p.m. followed by Honduras vs. Grenada, 9 p.m.

@FIU Stadium. Ticket info to come.

And if you want to see the U.S., head to Tampa the next day (11th). They play Panama at 8 p.m.