Your Running Commentary

Soccer Sunday: Your Running Commentary

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Chelsea and Manchester City both boast two of the most expensive teams in world soccer, but on Sunday they will be playing for third place in the Premier League rather than first place.

With Manchester United looking uncatchable, Chelsea and Man City are trying to lock up one of the automatic Champions League places in the Top Three.

Saturday's exciting day of MLS action has already made the weekend one of the most memorable in league history, but Los Angeles and New England will face off in the final MLS match of the weekend, with Juan Pablo Angel potentially making his debut for the Galaxy.

If you will be watching today's action, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today's TV Schedule is after the jump):


7:30am- Fox Soccer Plus– Fiorentina vs. AS Roma

9:30am- Fox Soccer Plus– Sunderland vs. Liverpool

9:30am- ESPN3.com– PSV Eindhoven vs. Utrecht

10am- ESPN3.com– Juventus vs. Brescia

10am- ESPN3.com– Udinese vs. Catania

10am- Fox Soccer Channel– Inter Milan vs. Lecce

10:30am- ESPN3.com– Bayer Leverkusen vs. Schalke 04

Noon- Fox Soccer Channel– Chelsea vs. Manchester City

Noon- DirecTV– Hercules vs. Osasuna

Noon- ESPN3.com– Racing Santander vs. Real Sociedad

Noon- DirecTV– Malaga vs. Espanyol

Noon- ESPN3.com– Deportivo La Coruna vs. Levante

Noon- FoxSoccer.tv– Caen vs. Arles

2pm- GolTV– Athletic Bilbao vs. Villarreal

2pm- Telemundo– UNAM Pumas vs. Pachuca

2pm- Azteca America– Puebla vs. Necaxa

3:45pm- Fox Soccer Channel– Napoli vs. Cagliari

4pm- GolTV- Valencia vs. Sevilla

4pm- Fox Soccer Plus- Marseille vs. Paris St. Germain

4:15pm- ESPN3.com- FC Porto vs. Academica de Coimbra

8pm- Galavision- Los Angeles Galaxy vs. New England Revolution


  • mike

    Do you remember who played left back for us last time we played Argentina? Do you remember who was switched to the opposite flank at the half because he wasn’t accomplishing anything? Bornstein and Messi. I’m not saying that Bornstein can contain Messi (nobody can), I’m just saying that he did for one half.


  • ben in el cajon

    I’m having the same problem. I think Cox has decided just to shove FSC’s digital feed back into analog because it doesn’t want to make it hd. Makes me want to give up the extra sports package I’m buying.


  • GW

    Adu is held to a different standard. Bradley brought him into the rosters of the 2009 Gold cup and the 2009 Confederations Cup even though he had only played like 20 minutes for Monaco that year.

    Adu has been getting favorable special treatment all his life. Bradley has finally run out of patience with the kid, at least for now.


  • GW

    Then draw all our players from MLS.

    It is more important for the US to blood new players and experiment with their teams than build up brownie points with FIFA’s nearly imcomprehensible seeding system.

    The USMNT is, like most nations , in no position to challenge these club teams. Club teams have all the money and power and if they want they can make it very tough on guys like Whitbread and Dolo who are caught in between. After all these guys are paid by Norwich and Hannover. They are their players not ours. Norwich and Hannover feed their families.

    The USSF just borrows them and beggars can’t be choosers. Your outrage it misdirected.


  • SilverRey

    yeah, never realized the immense size difference between the two! Always kinda knew Tevez was smaller and Drogba was a larger player, but wow…


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