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Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

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The race for first place in La Liga continues today as Real Madrid looks to stay in front of Barcelona with a win against Athletic Bilbao ahead of next week's 'Clasico' against Barcelona.

Jose Mourinho's men will look to maintain its one-point lead on Barcelona, while in Italy, AC Milan will try to maintain its own lead atop Serie A with a win against a tough Fiorentina side.

In the women's game, the U.S. women's national team plays Italy in the first of two matches for a berth in the World Cup.

If you will be watching today's action, or if you watched this morning's Arsenal-Tottenham tilt (among others), please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

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


10am– Birmingham City vs. Chelsea

10am– Blackpool vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers

10am– Bolton vs. Newcastle United

10am– Fox Socer Channel- Manchester United vs. Wigan Athletic

10am– West Brom vs. Stoke City

10:30am– USA women vs. Italy

12pm– Fox Soccer Plus/ Roma vs. Udinese

12:20pm– Sheffield United vs. Crystal Palace

12:30pm– Fox Soccer Channel- Liverpool vs. West Ham United

12:30pm– Bayer Leverkusen vs. Bayern Munich

1pm– Rennes vs. Brest

2pm– GolTV- Penarol vs. Defensor Sporting

2:45pm– Ajax vs. PSV

2:45pm– Soccer Channel- A.C. Milan vs. Fiorentina

3pm– Nice vs. Montpellier

4pm– GolTV- Real Madrid vs. Athletic Bilbao

6pm– Azteca America- Cruz Azul vs. Pumas

6:15pm– GolTV- Deportes Tolima vs. Santa Fe Bogota

8pm– Telefutura- America vs. San Luis

8:30pm– GolTV- La Equidad Bogotá vs AtlĂ©tico Huila

11pm– Fox Soccer Channel- Sydney FC vs. Perth Glory



  1. Right. There’s only ONE American on the Yellow Submarine.

    Meanwhile, Gooch still doesn’t so much as make the bench for Milan. Sad to say, with the advent of Goodson and others, my man Gooch’s time on the USMNT may be drawing to a close.

  2. You have to remember that Italy is ranked #11, and both Mexico and Canada are ranked in the top 10. Yes, the performance was not the domination that we are used to, but world-wide women’s international soccer is getting better.


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