Chelsea’s Didier Drogba celebrates scoring against Schalke 04 during their Champions League soccer match at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge Stadium, London, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
A titanic top-four game between Syracuse and North Carolina, as well as a No. 6 vs. No 7. clash between Wake Forest and Clemson leads this weekend’s college action.
With only three weeks left in the MLS regular season, the pressure is cranking up for a few teams on either side of the red line.
The MLS player salaries have been updated, while D.C. United received mixed news regarding its new stadium.
In this weekend’s Soccer on TV, Tottenham hosts Manchester City in a battle atop the English Premier League, Bayern Munich looks to slow down the upstart Cologne at home and MLS playoff push continues.
Another week of European football once again features a marquee clash in the English Premier League this weekend.
A Manchester United star turned down a lucrative deal before joining the club, and the English FA has another national team coaching candidate on its radar.
Washington routed UCLA, Creighton humbled Loyola-Chicago and Indiana rallied from 2-0 down to beat Butler in the past week’s top college soccer action.