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SOCCER ON THE BOX – SOCCER ON US TV THIS WEEKEND

July 22, 2010

SOCCER ON THE BOX – SOCCER ON US TV THIS WEEKEND

Fox Soccer Channel dominates the weekend with full coverage of the Barclays’ New York Challenge, which will feature the debut of Thierry Henry in a Red Bull jersey for the first time, and against his old Arsenal enemy, Tottenham Hotspur.

FSC’s coverage culminates with a Sunday that features four consecutive matches. A double header from Red Bull Arena followed by the Manchester United visit to Kansas City Wizards and capped off with the MLS game of the Week which features Colorado Rapids visiting Seattle Sounders.

In other TV news, the Mexican Primera Division kicks off it’s season this weekend and the Women’s U20 World Cup hits the quarterfinal stage.

ALL TIMES EASTERN

MLS GAMES IN BOLD

THURSDAY

8:30pm New York Challenge – New York v Tottenham Hotspur FSC

10:30pm MLS – Los Angeles – San Jose ESPN2

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SOCCER ON THE BOX THIS WEEKEND

April 30, 2010

SOCCER ON THE BOX THIS WEEKEND

Another full slate of eight MLS matches on one day. Who would have thought that back in 1996? Quite a few fascinating fixtures in store for the MLS viewer this week, which is must see TV?

Can Seattle-Columbus be an MLS Cup Preview? Chicago-Chivas and Houston-Kansas City could also be fun.

Virtually every European League is involved in a tight race at the top, there really is no one fixture that stands out above the rest, but for those of you that get Fox Soccer Channel Plus, don’t miss Liverpool-Chelsea on Sunday. Can Liverpool at least play the role of spoiler without bungling it? Man City-Aston Villa could have something to say about the final Champions League spot.

In Mexico, the Playoffs begin this weekend, so… um… yeah, you’re right, just tune in for the Final in a few weeks. No. I kid. Check the Morelia-Chivas for some high-fouling fun and speaking of fouls. Twenty-two year old American Jose Francisco Torres will be on display for Pachuca versus Monterrey. Torres and Pachuca have just won their third CONCACAF Crown in four years. You may as well watch, someone has to and it’s not likely to be Bob Bradley (zing!).

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