Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: Vardy suspended for Manchester United match

Today's Matches
Premier League
Tottenham 1-1 West Bromwich Albion
(Dawson OG 33')-(Dawson 73')

Full match recap

La Liga
Celta Vigo 2-1 Granada
(Aspas PK 16', 76')-(El Arabi 69')

Serie A
AS Roma 1-0 Napoli
(Nainggolan 89')

Roma's late win means that Napoli can no longer catch Juventus atop Serie A and The Old Lady are crowned as champions for the fifth year running.

Hellas Verona 2-1 AC Milan
(Pazzini PK 72', Siligardi 90+5.)-(Menez 21')

Carpi 1-0 Empoli
(Lasagna 85')

On the flip side of the table, this Carpi result means that Hellas Verona, despite their victory against AC Milan, are heading down to Serie B for next season.

Harrisburg City Islanders 2-1 Orlando City B
(McFadden OG 16', Johnson 33')-(Rochez 21')

European League Tables

North American League Tables

As Leicester City close in on their impossible title. they will have to play one more match without Jamie Vardy. The FA has charged him with a one match ban after reviewing his behavior after getting sent off for simulation against West Ham. That means that if the Foxes want to lift the trophy after Sunday's tilt at Old Trafford, they will have to do it without Vardy in the lineup. Judging by their performance against Swansea, that might not be as hard as it sounds.

On the other end of the title chase, Dele Alli could face a suspension for this sucker punch to Claudio Yacob. His violent conduct charge could end his season, actually. The FA has suspended players three games for less. Diego Costa got three games for slapping Laurent Koscielny. Bastian Schweinsteiger got three for elbowing Winston Reid. So, it's possible that Tottenham could be without the Young Player of the Year for the rest of their, likely short, remaining title campaign.

Finally, although the Hillsborough disaster took place 27 years ago, there are still legal proceedings pending in the case. Most specifically, a jury is expected to rule today on whether the 96 victims were unlawfully killed in the stampede. If the jury determines that there was gross negligence on the part of match commander Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield, there could be criminal proceedings opened against him.

Today's Matches
UEFA Champions League- Semi-Finals First Leg
Manchester City v. Real Madrid- 2:45pm- FS1

Real Monarchs v. Seattle Sounders 2- 9pm- YouTube

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