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Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

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Geoff Cameron's recent run of matches has been an extremely tough one, from matches against Mexico and World Cup qualifiers, to the season-opening Premier League draw against Arsenal. Things won't get any easy for the U.S. national team centerback on Saturday as he and Stoke City take on reigning English champions Manchester City.

Maurice Edu will be hoping to make his Stoke debut as well, while Cameron looks to continue his impressive run for the Potters. Manchester City will be trying to keep pace with unbeaten Chelsea, which faces Queens Park Rangers today in what should be a contentious London Derby. John Terry and Anton Ferdinand will renew acquaintances for the first time since last season's controversial meeting where Ferdinand claimed Terry hurled racist remarks at him.

In Spain, Real Madrid takes on Sevilla in the top match-up in La Liga this season. Cristiano Ronaldo will look to put his recent unhappiness aside and try to keep the defending champions within range of league leaders Barcelona.

In Mexico, U.S. national team forward Herculez Gomez will look to help Santos Laguna knock off Mexican power Club America in Mexico City.

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 (You can read today's TV Schedule is after the jump):


7:30 a.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - St. Johnstone vs. Celtic

7:40 a.m. - ESPN3.com - Norwich City vs. West Ham

9:30 a.m. - GOLTV - Bayern Munich vs. Mainz 05

10 a.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Queens Park Rangers vs. Chelsea

10 a.m. - Fox Soccer Plus/FoxSoccer2Go - Manchester United vs. Wigan Athletic

10 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Fulham vs. West Brom

10 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Stoke City vs. Manchester City

10 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Arsenal vs. Southampton

10 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Aston Villa vs. Swansea City

10 a.m. - FoxSoccer2Go - Dundee vs. Motherwell

10 a.m. - beIN Sport 1 - Cardiff City vs. Leeds United

10 a.m. - beIN Sport ñ - Malaga vs. Levante

11 a.m. - Univision Deportes - Troyes vs. Lille

12 p.m. - beIN Sport 1 - Palermo vs. Cagliari

12 p.m. - beIN Sport ñ - Valencia vs. Celta de Vigo

12:30 p.m. - Fox Soccer Channel - Sunderland vs. Liverpool

12:30 p.m. - GOLTV - Greuther Furth vs. Schalke

12:45 p.m. - ESPN3.com - Ajax vs. Rkc Waalwijk

1 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - Toronto FC vs. Philadelphia Union

2 p.m. - beIN Sport 1/beIN Sport ñ - Getafe vs. Barcelona

2 p.m. - Univision Deportes - Valenciennes vs. Bordeaux

2:30 p.m. - GOLTV - Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayer Leverkusen

2:45 p.m. - ESPN3.com - Feyenoord vs. Pec Zwolle

3:30 p.m. - NBC - Portland Timbers vs. Seattle Sounders

4 p.m. - beIN Sport 1/beIN Sport ñ - Sevilla vs. Real Madrid

5:30 p.m. - Univision - America vs. Santos Laguna

7 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - New York Red Bulls vs. Columbus Crew

7:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - D.C. United vs. New England Revolution

8 p.m. - Univision Deportes - Tigres vs. Cruz Azul

8:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - Chicago Fire vs. Montreal Impact

8:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick – FC Dallas vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

10 p.m. - Univision Deportes 2 - Atlas vs. Queretaro

10:30 p.m. - MLS Live/Direct Kick - Chivas USA vs. San Jose Earthquakes

  • Nate Dollars

    got it. must’ve just been looking up on replays where it was close calls. As a former defender, I also prefer no-calls, but it’s a pet peeve of mine that refs don’t call fouls that would otherwise be called, just because they’re in the penalty box (i.e. hazard’s play). One of the reasons the box is there is to mark a place that tells defenders to play smart or else.


  • CplDaniel

    The growing cross-over between net-provided media and cable-provided media is already being reviewed by the FCC. Tell your congressman that you hate your cable company and want more competition. Net-based content distributors should be allowed to compete unimpeded against the cable monopolies.

    But patient, alot of these FCC regulations are there for the benefit of the cable companies (like the rule that they can’t sell individual channels, only arbitrary packages of channels). There are 3 channels that I think that I need…and I have to go up AT LEAST 3 subscriptions packages beyond basic to get them.

    Cable is obsolete and won’t go down without throwing it’s weight around to stop people from streaming entertainment in place of paying for big cable packages.


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