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Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

Hello everybody. It’s Saturday, which means the day (some of) you can sit at home and watch all the soccer you can handle. With European soccer and MLS rounding out the schedule, there is something for everybody to watch.

Here is the rest of today’s soccer on TV schedule:

  • 12:30pm- FSC- Arsenal at Fulham
  • 2:30pm- FSC- Aston Villa at Stoke City
  • 5pm- Setanta USA- Bolton Wanderers at Newcastle United
  • 6:45pm- Setanta USA- Everton at West Bromwich Albion
  • 7:15pm- GolTV- Atletico Nacional at Deportivo Cali
  • 7:30pm- FSC- New England Revolution at Toronto FC
  • 10:30pm- HDNet- Chivas USA at San Jose Earthquakes
  • 3am- FSC- Adelaide United at Queensland Roar
  • If you will be watching today’s matches, please fee free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

    Enjoy the soccer.


    1. Just in relation to a comment above – I wondered if I would care about Fulham at all this season since they are clearly no longer “Fulhamerica.” What I’ve come to realize is I love the team. Period. But a few more americans wouldnt hurt! =)

    2. Sorry if this is frowned upon here. On the road, can’t get FSC, anyone got a non-download requiring stream of TFC that I’ve missed?

    3. Heading to the Rochester Rhinos v Atlanta Silverbacks game, can’t wait to check out Makoumba Kandje or however you spell it, assuming he plays of course…

    4. Why should have O’Neil just sold Barry? If Liverpool really wanted him, they should have ponied up the cash. F’n ‘Pool fans.

    5. A couple of observations:

      -Arsenal have to sign a new holding midfielder or the best they can hope for is 4th place. Fulham were quite fortunate in the end to get the three points, while Dempsey looked very poor in his 13 or so minutes on the field

      -Where are all the Spurs fans that were coming out of the woodwork about two weeks ago squaking about how they were going to finish in the top 4 with David Villa and Arshavin leading the way? Though I will say that Bentley looked awesome, I wish Liverpool would have pursued him

      -Loved the Villa loss, you should have just sold Barry O’Neil, you greedy bastards

      -Middlesborough put up a good fight and with Sunderland are the Prems most improved side, but their time wasting theatrics (especially by Gary O’Neil) cost them hugely in the end and led to additional added time that allowed Gerrard to equalize

    6. What a weird day. The scousers get a miracle finish v. Middlesborough. Then there is stoke…go figure.

      Howard loses the shutout because of Neville’s idiot handball.

      And now Fulh-used-to-be-America is leading vs. Arsenal. Good point Dan K, Arsenal looks very, very soft in the center.


    7. arsenal has a real problem with their lack of central midfielders…fulham doing a great job today so far controlling the midfield, 40th minute fulham 1 arsenal 0…go gunners!!!!!


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