Upside: Play the way we’re playing

Their Words

"If we continue to play the way we're playing, results will come. I'm sure of that." Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert.

The Radar

  1. Tijuana's run in the Copa Libertadores.
  2. US National Teamers in the Europa League.
  3. MLS in the CONCACAF Champions League.
  4. Dreary second-legs from Wednesday's UEFA Champions League.
  5. Gulati runs for FIFA seat.

Ten Stories

Club Tijuana consistently rejects its limits - from's Zac Lee Rigg: "We knew who we were playing," U.S. national team attacker Joe Corona said.

Heritage a point of pride for Chris Wondolowski - from USA Today's Fred Dreier: "It's part of my history and my culture."

NHL sets high target for MLS - from Soccer America's Paul Kennedy: MLS's Houston-D.C. United match attracted 107,000 viewers on Saturday....

Sporting Kansas City evolves into more versatile team - from The Sporting News's Brian Straus: "I will say this — it's proving to be extremely effective right now," Kreis said.

PSG move to Europe's elite class - from Fox Soccer's Leander Schaerlaeckens: But in the end, that challenge was no match for Ancelotti’s tactical acumen.

Wins over Man. United and Barcelona give Mourinho an exit strategy - from's Sid Lowe: The last eight games show that the balance has tipped Madrid's way.

Real Madrid axe means Wayne Rooney is not fit for purpose at Manchester United - from The Telegraph's Paul Hayward: Locomotion in the position occupied by Rooney is not an optional extra.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger worried how many more blows team can handle - from The Evening Standard's James Olley: "but we can stay solid or crack under the pressure."

Premier League: Roberto Martinez's tips for staying up - from BBC Sport: 2. Look back as much as forward

Michel Platini: great player, terrible administrator - from World Soccer's Brian Glanville: that he has a plethora of new ideas every day and that all of them are bad.

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