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The first Big Ten tournament was in 1991
Toggle Commented Nov 10, 2011 on Big Ten Tournament Preview at Soccer By Ives
The match is live on FSC and on top of that it is being shown on tape delay around NFL games on your local Fox channel.
One thing you need to keep in mind, CONCACAF picked the stadia for Gold Cup '11 not USSF.
Don Male 40 Indianapolis USNT, Republic of Ireland, MLS as a whole, USMNT players abroad Started reading 4-5 years ago
Mighty Hercules with a 2-0 win at Camp Nou. Amazing.
Correction: Sunday 11am- Fox Soccer Channel-Birmingham vs Liverpool
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2010 on This Weekend's Soccer on TV at Soccer By Ives
The Seattle-Chicago @ 10:30PM ET is not on ESPN, its a Direct Kick game
There is a current Cosmos website: www.nycosmos.com
Toggle Commented Aug 2, 2010 on Cosmos poised for a comeback at Soccer By Ives
That's why Ching is in... when will you haters finally figure it out?!?
Nisei Lounge in Wrigleyville, Chicago
There have now been a total of 4 goals scored in this World Cup directly off of free kicks & Japan has 2 of them in this 1st half alone. Also, The last time a team scored two goals directly from free kicks in one World Cup match was Yugoslavia against Zaire in 1974. ~ so says ESPN's GameCast WOW
Shot from around 6 yards goes 5 hole to beat the Cameroon keeper by Van Persie
Glad to finally see a wonder strike for a FK goal, well done Endo!!
Bravo, bravo, well done!!
Something else to consider that both France and Italy finished in 4th/last place in their groups, can't imagine what the betting lines were for that combination.
Bye f'ing bye Italy, World Cup is better off without your theatrics and lack of class.
SLOVAKIA 3-1!!!!!! So long Italy, good ridance!!
Stay classy Italians
Pepe with a hatchet job, should be a few of those over the next 15'
SLOVAKIA 2-0, ha take that you Italian divers
I would guess 1/2 to 3/4 of the ball crossed the line for Italy, but not the entire ball.
Now that's what you call a gash wound on Strba's left knee for Slovakia
England 1-0 on Slovenia
Ian Darke
Okay, that one hurt, really hurt