JackCaz wrote:Make that 3-1...
How good was the end of that game? Showed some resiliency in coming back to get a point.
Clevelandmo wrote:yeah, exciting end. Geoff Cameron getting the game tying assist - a CB pushing forward, got to like it. LA came back to win 3-2, mandocakes getting two goals and MOM honors.
DCHeather wrote:The NY-DC match was fun to watch, a lot more action than the England-Italy match earlier in the day.
JackCaz wrote:Clevelandmo wrote:How did it end up 3-1? Was it Toronto playing that well, or Houston not showing up?
Clevelandmo wrote:The Timbers supporters for their game v. Seattle were amazing. What an incredibly positive atmosphere. They sing You Are My Sunshine.
Eddie Johnson had a beaut of a goal for Seattle btw.
Philadelphia 76ers minority owners Erick Thohir and Jason Levien are expanding to another sport, reaching agreement to become co-owners of DC United in Major League Soccer, according to NBA sources familiar with the move.
Sources told ESPN.com that Thohir and Levien are poised, pending MLS approval, to become partners next week with longtime DC United owner Will Chang, who also serves on the board of Major League Baseball's San Francisco Giants.
DC United has won the MLS Cup a record four times (1996, 1997, 1999 and 2004). CEO Kevin Payne, sources say, will continue to run the club's day-to-day operations.
Sources say Thohir, an Indonesian media magnate who ranks as the first Asian owner in NBA history, and Levien, who worked as an NBA player agent before a stint in the Sacramento Kings' front office that preceded his involvement with the Sixers, will make the construction of a new soccer-specific stadium for DC United their top priority.
Currently sitting atop the Eastern Conference, DC United has played at RFK Stadium since the league's inception in 1996 and has long craved a more suitably sized home ground.
dallasbill wrote:Greetings everyone! Long time but just checking in to let you know that I'm not cowering or hiding out in the parking lot. Which is more than I can say for my hoops. Hhhhhhhhh...... At least it's good to see David Ferreira back on the pitch. It took all of sixty seconds to see what we are missing without him. With him we look like a team that might be able to threaten your back line every once in a while. Without him...a high school club. Debate club, French Club, Future Farmers of America club....take your pick. (All apologies to those clubs for the disparaging comparison)
I don't know when I've been so ready for an EPL season to start and MLS one to be over. Although I'm concerned about all the trades at the Cottage also.
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