Panama could be key for U.S. entry: plus the U-20 start the W.Y.C. on saturday.
posted by HOE.O.K. to soccer at 02:23 PM - 8 comments
The game can be seen here in the states at 1:00 am eastern time on espn2.
posted by HOE.O.K. at 02:24 PM on June 08
The World U-20 matches, apparently all of the US and a bunch of the others, will be on Fox Soccer Channel. ESPN is tape delaying tonight's match and that really sucks. Coming off a beautiful 3-0 on the weekend, this game should have gotten momentum (interest, viewers) but not delayed until midnight or later in much of the country.
posted by billsaysthis at 04:12 PM on June 08
You can also watch the game on telemundo at 11:30 pm Eastern time. (Both are tape delayed, so stay away from the Internets if you plan to watch.)
posted by trox at 04:17 PM on June 08
I don't understand... www.livescore.com says its in the 70th minute right now.
posted by StarFucker at 09:59 PM on June 08
The United States cut through Panama's defense like the canal that divides the isthmus. Great for the good ol' USA, but whoever wrote that line should be drawn and quartered.
posted by Samsonov14 at 04:35 AM on June 09
Here we come Germany.
posted by HOE.O.K. at 11:47 AM on June 09
I suggest that you only pack enough for a week.
posted by squealy at 01:47 PM on June 09
Squealy say what you want but in 2002 didn't the US and England both make the round of eight? For my two cents the US team is heading up over the next 12 months as Eddie Johnson gets a full year on the NT, DMB gets another season in the Eredivisie (unless an English team calls in January, which wouldn't surprise me) and Arena settles on a regular back four. England seems addicted to Beckham and unable to settle on a regular left wing and strike partner for Michael Owen.
posted by billsaysthis at 11:50 PM on June 09
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