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?
Posts Tagged ‘Chelsea’
Tags: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Luis Suárez, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur
Tags: AC Milan, Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Chelsea, FA Cup, Juventus, Lionel Messi, Manchester United, MLS, Roma
Champions League: Barcelona thumps Milan 4-0, Bayern loses to Arsenal but survives elimination, and Juventus could be the dark horse. FA Cup: Chelsea makes a comeback to tie Man United 2-2. FOX Soccer to become FOX Sports 1. King Totti and AS Roma’s Nike deal. And finally, a tiny bit of MLS talk… and I mean tiny.
Tags: André Villas-Boas, Chelsea, Copa Libertadores, Corinthians, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Tottenham Hotspur
Nani is sent off, and Man U exits Champions League not long after. Steaua București’s defeats Chelsea. Tottenham wins over Inter. And Tijuana upsets Corinthians in the Copa Libertadores.
Tags: Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea, David Beckham, Juventus, Lazio, Liverpool, Real Madrid, US National Team
Barcelona vs Real, Lazio vs Juventus, Arsenal vs Liverpool, and Chelsea’s collapse at the hands of Reading. David Beckham is moving to Paris-St. Germain. And the upcoming USA vs Honduras World Cup qualifier.
Tags: Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Pep Guardiola, Real Madrid, Roma
Pep Guardiola has announced his departure from Barcelona upon season’s end. Bayern Munich will face the Great Wall of Chelsea in the Champions League Final. And this weekend, Man United faces Man City, Roma faces Napoli, and the last qualifying spots for Champions League is still up for grabs.
Chelsea’s Blue Wall Defeats Barca, Bayern Outplays Real, And Wynalda Relives Glory Days In Legends GamePosted: 20th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Chelsea, Didier Drogba, Harry Redknapp, Jose Mourinho, Lionel Messi, Real Madrid, Roberto Di Matteo
The Spanish have been routed in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals. Chelsea built a blue wall that held off Messi, and Bayern outplayed Real. Arsenal is still on track to take the third Premier League spot. Roberto Di Matteo has turned The Blue’s around, but has he done enough to earn a permanent spot as Chelsea’s manager? Is Harry Redknapp still the top pick for England’s National Team even though his Tottenham has imploded? George predicts that Roma will be the ones to end Juventus undefeated season this Sunday. And finally, Eric Wynalda recaps the Legends Game in which he and old USA legends defeated their arch rivals Mexico.
The Great Giorgio Chinaglia, Champions League Quarterfinals, Busquets is Dirty, and Man City’s Title RacePosted: 5th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: AC Milan, Barcelona, Benfica, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, Giorgio Chinaglia, Jose Mourinho, Manchester City, NY Cosmos, Real Madrid, Roberto Mancini, Sergio Busquets
Wynalda and company share some personal stories about the late Giorgio Chinaglia. The guys discuss Champions League Milan Barca and Chelsea Benfica quarterfinals. DId the referees ruin the matches? Is there a Dutch conspiracy? And is Sergio Busquets the dirtiest player in the world? And if Man City’s title race is over, what does it mean for Mancini and Mourinho? Also, the “Stat Man” makes his 1st appearance.
Tags: AC Milan, APOEL, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Benfica, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, Marseille, Olympics 2012 London, Real Madrid, Sunil Gulati, U23, US National Team
Fox Soccer’s Nick Webster cohosts. The U.S. has failed to qualify for the Olympics and Wynalda is pissed. Eric and George think the fault lies with current President of the U.S. Soccer Federation Sunil Gulati. Caleb Porter was not at fault because he was over his head. Also, Champions League recap and predictions. Chelsea, Madrid, and Bayern can’t be stopped. Milan Barcelona match is the only real game.
U.S. Olympic Qualifier Woes, Can Milan Upset Barcelona, Peter Crouch Goal Of The Year, And Wynalda Is NOT Campaigning For ChivasPosted: 27th March 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: AC Milan, APOEL, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Benfica, Champions League, Chelsea, Chivas USA, Eric Wynalda, Ibrahimovic, Marseille, Olympics 2012 London, Real Madrid, Robin Frasier, U23, US National Team
The U.S. is at risk of not qualifying for the 2012 Olympics… PODCAST RECORDED PRIOR TO U.S. OUSTER FROM OLYMPIC CONTENTION. Champions League preview… Does Apoel stand a chance against Real? Can Milan upset Barcelona? The race for 4th place in Premiere League… Who will take it? Arsenal, Chelsea, or Tottenham? And finally, Eric reiterates that he is NOT lobbying for the Chivas job.
Tags: AC Milan, André Villas-Boas, Barcelona, Chelsea, Chivas USA, Eric Wynalda, Fiorentina, Ibrahimovic, Juventus, Lazio, Marcelo Bielsa, Michael Bradley, MLS, Napoli, Roberto De Matteo, Roma, Udinese
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba’s heart attack. More Chelsea, Andre Villas-Boas, and Roberto de Matteo talk. Who are the top 10 highest paid soccer players in the world. Guardian columnist Paolo Bandini joins the poddy to discuss all things Serie A: upcoming Barcelona Milan match, Michael Bradley, Ibrahimovic, Juventus Fiorentina rivalry, Napoli, Lazio, Udinese, and Roma. And Wynalda ends the episode with Chivas USA talk…