European Roundup 09.25.13

Posted: 24th September 2013 by sentoff in Roundup, Sent Off Podcast
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Stat Man reviews and analyzes this week’s footy results: EPL, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1, and Bundesliga.

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Cardiff-ManCityEPL WEEK 2 RESULTS: Cardiff upsets Man City 3-2, with Joe Hart appearing lost. Man U and Chelsea’s first meeting this season was a snoozefest. Arsenal bounces back from an embarrassing lost last week to defeating Fulham 3-1. Liverpool is off to a good start with two clean sheets. As of now, Tottenham is doing well without Bale. Stoke gets the better of Crystal Palace 2-1. Newcastle vs West Ham was also a snoozefest with a 0-0 result. Everton and West Brom ended in 0-0 draw. Hull squeaks by with a win over Norwich 1-0. And finally Southampton comes away with a 1-1 draw with Sunderland.

SPECIAL GUESTS:  Kyle Holland,  Brian Lofrumento

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LandonDonovanAs of late, Landon Donavan has been killing it for U.S. soccer. Should he continue playing in the MLS or try his luck across the pond? Also, Beckham’s effect on the growth of footy’s popularity in America. And finally, Clint Dempsey returns to the MLS with a big payday.

The EPL season has begun and Arsenal has already fallen to The Villans in their opening match. Is this signs of another slow start for the Gunners? And what can Arsène Wenger do to appease their angry fans?

Transfer Market – who’s the big target?

SPECIAL GUEST:  Kyle Holland

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GOLD_CUP_USA_2013We’re in the middle of another CONCACAF Gold Cup and does anybody really care?

Edinson Cavani moves to Paris Saint-Germain.

And what’s going to happen to Rooney, now that he is no longer Man U’s favorite son.

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The first leg of Champions League semifinals are over, and the Spanish were thoroughly thumped by the Germans. Dortmund defeats Real Madrid 4-1, and Bayern embarrasses Barcelona with a 4-0 win.

And Suárez receives a 10 match ban for his bite attack.

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Luis Suárez bites Branislav Ivanović in the latest Chelsea and Liverpool clash. Man United have become Premier League Champions after defeating Aston Villa. Now that the Title race is over, who will take the last three Champions League spots… Man City, Arsenal, Tottenham, or Chelsea?

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Keith CostiganFox Soccer’s very own Keith Costigan joins the podcast for Champions League analysis and predictions. Now that the quarterfinals are over, it will be either a Spanish or German club that will take the top prize.

Dortmund advances to the semifinals after a controversial 3-2 win over Málaga. Real loses to Galatassaray but survives on aggregate. And Bayern is on track for a repeat at the final after defeating Juventus 2-0. And a hobbled Lionel Messi comes off the bench to help a losing Barcelona earn a much needed goal that would send them on.

West Ham’s Big Move

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Robin Burt, VP of Marketing & Membership Independent Film & Television Alliance, joins the podcast to talk West Ham’s big move to London’s Olympic Stadium.

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Messi Pulls Hamstring

Messi Pulls Hamstring

Messi pulls his hamstring in the first leg in the first leg of Champions League play against PSG. Bayern came away with 2-0 win against Juventus’ defense. Madrid thumps Galatasaray 3-0. Malaga comes away with a nil-nil draw in an exciting match against Dortmund. Europa League talk and predictions. Paolo Di Canio’s fascism?

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World Cup Qualifiers: 
U.S. have 4 points after drawing Mexico 0-0 at the Estadio Azteca and defeating Costa Rica 1-0 in snowy Denver. Spain manages a 1-0 win against France. England draws 0-0 against Montenegro? Chile pounces Uruguay 2-0. Ecuador thrashes Paraguay 4-1. And “Jersey” George’s Colombia loses to Venezuela 0-1.

U.S. defeats Costa Rica in snowy Denver

U.S. defeats Costa Rica in snowy Denver