Man United look set for another record breaking year off the pitch as they post a turnover increase: http://t.co/c7iytdtB
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) November 15, 2011
When I look at the writing from the last game against France and look at this, all the nonsense from some of the “experts” was actually just a waste of time. What was bad the last game, is now a “suggested” possibility for games against the stronger opponents. The writing soccer press in the US is almost as “entertaining” as the English press.
There were some interesting results and events in the Asia 2014 World Cup Qulaifiers.
Germans walked over the Dutch. Miroslav Klose, Thomas Mueller and Mesut Oezil scored the goal in a one sided game.
Hopefully there is enough beer in Poland and Ukraine.
Well done Ireland and Giovanni Trapattoni. You guys won a well deserved trip to the Euro 2012.
Oh Eric. You should know what this result is worth. The goal is to make up for 10-15 years of doing the wrong thing. Sneaking from a win against Turks & Caicos into a loss against the big guns is the history. This is not a qualifier, this is not an important tournament, this is about getting the picture of what’s up with the material. “Vorbereitung”. Remember that word? You played long enough in Germany to understand what it means. Remember how important the wins in the “Vorbereitung” were?By the way, you should also know how important patience is in soccer. Why don’t we all try to educate people on how soccer really works, rather than taking the “English” way and destroy ourselves?
At least Eric Wynalda had the guts to kinda “apologize” to Juergen Klinsmann for all the nonsense and ridiculous building of artificial pressure.
Cristiano Ronaldo scoring twice, taking Portugal to the Euro 2012.
Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero saving Argentina from more pain after Javier Mascherano scored an own goal to put Colombia in front.
Two good results in friendlies don’t make you the winner of next years Euro 2012. Once the English make it into the 2nd round, they better have Wayne Rooney ready.
Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere emerges as Real Madrid target – ESPN Soccernet http://ping.fm/p0QGL’s-jack-wilshere-emerges-as-real-madrid-target-?cc=5901