“We switched off. Maybe after two wins in a row we felt a bit full in our stomachs – but this cannot be the case, it’s never possible to be full – even at the highest level.” Southampton manager Paolo Di Canio.
- Villa relieves relegation pressure.
- Champions League semifinals.
- CCL final.
- NYC expansion.
- MLS refs unionize.
Liu open to sheik’s soccer investment – from Crain’s New York Business: The city has outlined the terms of a deal with Major League Soccer officials.
New York Blues: Manchester City try to crack American market – from The Independent’s Ian Herbert: The franchise would give the owners a huge commercial opportunity to begin aggressively pushing the City brand in New York….
Park Deals Chip Away at City’s Gems – from The NY Times’ Michael Powell: Major League Soccer spent more than $2 million last year on lobbyists.
PAYNE EMBRACES AMERICAN ROOTS – from Yanks Abroad’s Brian Sciaretta: “It’s going well,” Payne told Yanks Abroad.
Galaxy is rolling in the deep in MLS – from The Daily Breeze’s Nick Green: But the 4-1-2 Galaxy motor on with a blend of youth, experience and big names that has opponents unsure how to adjust….
Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour’s MLS expansion could help the Premier League side – from The Telegraph’s Mark Ogden: where does that leave Manchester City?
Red Bulls finally find the right spot for Tim Cahill – from The Newark Star-Ledger’s Frank Giase: While that was nice to hear, the response never actually answered the question.
Crew: Electrical issue cause of scoreboard fire – from The Columbus Dispatch’s Adam Jardy: McCullers said he was premature to say that the scoreboard will need to be replaced.
The problems relegation contenders must confront if they are to survive – from The Guardian’s Louise Taylor: THE FRENCH FACTION AND DRESSING-ROOM FISSURES (Newcastle United)
‘It took only 10 minutes to do Chelsea deal with Roman Abramovich but I had to Google him first … I wasn’t sure if Jeremy Beadle was going to jump out’ – from The Evening Standard’s Mihir Bose: But then Birch sensed early on that he was not on same wavelength as the oligarch.
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