“If we continue to play the way we’re playing, results will come. I’m sure of that.” Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert.
- Tijuana’s run in the Copa Libertadores.
- US National Teamers in the Europa League.
- MLS in the CONCACAF Champions League.
- Dreary second-legs from Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League.
- Gulati runs for FIFA seat.
Club Tijuana consistently rejects its limits – from Goal.com’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 SI.com’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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