Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Bob Bradley, World Cup Scenarios, Iceland?, Panama!, Edgar Davids

Thank God, this is the end. Except for playoffs...
Right! Let's jump on in. We're going to begin with our old friend Bob Bradley. Since leaving the the U.S., he's had quite the time in Egypt dealing with minor issues such as a stadium massacre and a revolution. Even the wisest sages at SSN Headquarters could not have predicted the insanity that has been Egypt over the last year or so. The Guardian has The Big Interview with Bob today ahead of his country's clash with Ghana. Not to be outdone, Grant Wahl has a big piece on Bob as well. The match begins soon: 12pm EDT on BeIN Sport.

This is the end of the road to Brazil (almost), so without further ado, we give you
Ten, Five, Six, and Scenarios.

Iceland think they can make their first World Cup. Norway stand in their nor...way. Sachin Nakrani takes a gander.

England host Poland at Wembley (3pm EDT on Fox Sports 1). English people who care about their national team are wigging out. Poland kept us from reaching the 1974 World Cup! That crazy goalkeeper is back! All those Poles who live in London will be at the match! Croatia! Phil McNulty sums it all up quite well.

The United States hope to rock in Panama tonight. There's not much to play for. Chances of the Yanks getting a top seed are slim at best. Here's a preview. View the fun tonight at 9:30pm EDT on BeIN Sport.

Yikes! There is a Football Weekly. How nice. As you might expect, Jimbo and Co. are talking World Cup qualifying. As you might NOT expect, they're talking Edgar Davids. Have a listen. Go on.

Tim Vickery is down in Rio and he's been so kind as to provide us with an update on the World Cup qualifying situation in South America. Apparently, Uruguay are scrambling. Cheers, Tim.

Meanwhile, Major League Soccer might might might switch to a "normal" schedule. Might. Check it out.

That's it. Go watch some internationals while you can. Club football returns this weekend!!


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