Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Sunderland Win At Palace, Champions League Returns, Scribes, MLS

Hello, Tuesday! Sunderland won on the road last night. Against Crystal Palace, which isn't the easiest place to go. Suddenly, Gus Poyet and his boys are up to 15th place and Palace are close to the drop zone. Here's your current EPL Table. Match report? Certainly. Ed Aarons was at Selhurst Park and filed this report.

2:45 p.m. Eastern Standard Time is the time today, peeps. Real Madrid vs. Liverpool. Arsenal vs Anderlecht. Juventus vs. Olympiakos. Borussia Dortmund vs. Galatasaray. Let's get our preview on, shall we?

Real Madrid vs Liverpool: Preview
Real Madrid vs. Liverpool: Liverpool are hoping to avoid embarrassment 
Real Madrid vs. Liverpool: Tactics Breakdown
Arsenal vs. Anderlecht: Preview

We've got more on Liverpool's struggles here from Michael Cox. Tactics, people. Tactics.

Ohhh, let's dig into this one: Best XIs from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga, plus analysis of Manchester City and Juventus (Why are the English and Italian champions struggling in Europe?).

Scribe Time! Let's go in-depth to learn more about the weekend's top stories from around the globe.

Where? Germany. Who? Uli Hesse. What? Favre is bringing back the glory days at Monchengladbach

Where? Germany. Again? Yes. OK. Who? Raphael Honigstein. What? Dortmund improve but are undone by ‘Subotage’ at Bayern Munich

Major League Soccer? Bird is making the case for Lee Nguyen of the New England Revolution for MVP. Jeff Carlisle has Three Points from RSL vs. assGalaxy. Jeff Bradley has Three Thoughts on NY Red Bull vs. D.C. United. Jason Davis has a complete Weekend Review. Playoff Rewind? Bamm!

Podcast! On today's Football Weekly, AC Jimbo is joined by Jacob Steinberg, Paul MacInnes and Ian McCourt to bask in the afterglow of another derby defeat for Manchester United. Oh, Louis! Oh, Smalling! Next, we applaud Alan Pardew for overseeing Newcastle's fourth win on the spin against a Liverpool side who next face Real Madrid in the Champions League, with Real looking to make it a dozen victories in a row - and probably will. Finally, Rafa Honigstein pops in to tell us where it's all gone wrong for Borussia Dortmund, and we catch up with all the goings on in the Championship, where it seems that Leeds may be about to become the latest team in the Red Bull stable.

Ten matches have been played by each club in the Premier League. Here are their grades thus far.



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