July 09, 2005

South Africa defeats Mexico in opening round Gold Cup play: Even though Mexico is fielding close to its best XI, South Africa were organized in defense and hit the Tri Colores on the counter. The result is harsh on Mexico's performance and they probably deserved a draw. Also in yesterday's Group C action Jamaica, playing with 10 men for 75 minutes, beat Guatemala 4-3. On today's menu...USA-Canada at 4:30 e.t..

posted by Texan_lost_in_NY to soccer at 08:49 AM - 8 comments

texan, let me know if you're still interested in the tickets for the semis and/or finals at giants stadium.

posted by goddam at 09:55 AM on July 09

Will do...thanks very much goddam. I think I'll take you up on it but I want to get closer to the dates to make sure something else doesn't come up.

posted by Texan_lost_in_NY at 10:07 AM on July 09

USA should take care of Canada pretty easily.

posted by Rage Rod 74 at 12:50 PM on July 09

I thought yuo were a Texan, Mr. lost in ny. Now you are trying to get tickets to the giants, haha. Some texan you are. Take some advice for once in your miserable life and go for the JETS. Or better yet the COWBOYS, from TX.

posted by Rage Rod 74 at 12:53 PM on July 09

For fuck's sake, who left that idiot gate open again?

posted by Texan_lost_in_NY at 01:01 PM on July 09

Texan: Thanks for the heads up about the US-Canada game. I think it's live on Univision. I thought this was some B team thing that had already been played. I may actually watch this. Cool!

posted by worldcup2002 at 02:41 PM on July 09

WC2K2, it's also on Telefutura and supposedly they're broadcasting in English on SAP.

posted by Texan_lost_in_NY at 02:57 PM on July 09

Hey Rod, I see you're a Spurs fan. What's your take on Arnesen dissing your team in the national media? No wonder you're raging.

posted by squealy at 04:47 AM on July 10

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