The friendly scheduled for Sunday in Minnesota has been postponed. Details to come.
Update : The match has been cancelled.
2010 Regular Season
Hey Guillermo, I must have missed something,but the schedule online lists a friendly with Pumas, but I don't remember an official announcement. Whats up with it?
You're referring to the July 20 SuperLiga match against Pumas.
Couldn't care less about another friendly.
I'm looking forward to the USOC . . . and I'm even looking forward to SuperLiga this year.
I'm hoping we throw everything we can behind the USOC, it would be nice to win an actual domestic championship that comes along with a ticket to the Concacaf Champions League.
Plus, that new USOC trophy is really nice, it would look great in the trophy case, heck it may not fit!
Maybe you'll comment on this tomorrow. But, what's with that asinine column in the Trib by David Martin that was a total dig at soccer? Why is that thing even being published? I sent off a letter to the editor which will be summarily ignored.
I just read Martin's uneducated, ill-informed, waste of ink and I can't figure for the life of me why the Tribune would print such amateurish hunk of tripe in any form let alone the print edition of the paper. It's a piece of trash full of the same old tired lines that don't even apply to today's reality.
The reality is (and Martin is either too stupid, blind, or ignorant to realize it) that soccer is popular in North America. People in the USA and Canada do care about the World Cup....the evidence is readily available for those who choose not to live in some alternate universe of denial. What gets me is that this moron lives in Ontario....the same province of Canada where the Toronto MLS franchise has sold out matches since day 1 of the team's existence.
Shame on the Tribune for publishing this trash. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-oped-0620-martin-20100620,0,4842473.story?track=rss
Email the Trib and let them know....
i'll never understand why so many people go out of their way to disparage soccer & yet claim they dont even care about it. if they don't care about it, why do they even bother to comment or write articles about how they don't care? seems to me that they are afraid soccer may actually take hold and become hugely popular, perhaps knocking someone elses favorite sport off the major networks someday?
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