“We had three or four games like QPR, West Ham, Chelsea where we deserved to win and missed chances to score but sometimes it’s enough to win 1-0 like tonight and to fight for every ball.” Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini.
- Champions League giants.
- MLS in CONCACAF’s version.
- MLS expansion… again.
- Edgar Castillo’s injury.
- Tijuana in Copa Libertadores.
MLS must gain hold of regional supremacy before fulfilling Garber’s vision – from Goal.com’s Avi Creditor: The road won’t be easy for any of the MLS clubs.
MLS powers quickly turn attention to CCL play this week – from The Sporting News’s Brian Straus: It’s been well over a decade since LA claimed the 2000 continental title….
DeMerit loss a big blow to Caps – from The Province’s Marc Weber: DeMerit is likely gone for at least six months, perhaps for the season.
MLS Teams Quaking In The Wake Of The Departed? – from The Shin Guardian: Interesting, but a little overwhelming.
Major League Soccer issues statement on Miami expansion reports: No formal discussions – from MLSsoccer.com: “but we do believe we will have an MLS team in the Southeast at some point.”
StubHub to replace Home Depot as sponsor of Carson sports venue – from The LA Times’ Roger Vincent: “and now we are really excited about moving on and rebranding the facility going forward.”
RSL set with poise for long season – from The Standard-Examiner’s Justin Johnson: Salt Lake’s second half response was encouraging, especially as it drew so many players into the passing game.
Glee and sympathy in North London – from ESPN FC’s David Hirshey: “We can read the league table, can you?” taunted Drunk.
West Ham relegation cost owners David Gold and David Sullivan £16 million each – from The Telegraph’s Paul Kelso: Meanwhile Gold has said he believes a move to the Olympic Stadium could be confirmed on March 16….
Now there’s 225 reasons why Totti is unique – from Eurosport’s James Horncastle: Totti won’t content himself with that of course.
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