Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: The 2016 US Open Cup kicks off tonight

Yesterday's Scores
Premier League
West Ham 3-2 Manchester United
(Sakho 10', Antonio 76', Reid 81')-(Martial 51', 72')

Wilmington Hammerheads 1-1 Charlotte Independence
(Caldini 14')-(Brown 43')

The first major transfer news of the offseason is starting to trickle in. Bayer Munich have made a capture of Mats Hummels from their Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund. The Dortmund captain will head to the German champions after passing a medical, but no transfer fee has been agreed upon. Hummels is returning to the club that loaned him out to Dortmund in 2008. Bayern Munich have also brought in 18-year-old Benfica midfielder Renato Sanches.

Mark Clattenburg has been selected as the referee for the UEFA Champions League final on May 28 in Milan. The Englishman has officiated six Champions League matches so far this season, including three involving either Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid. Clattenburg will also take charge of the May 21 FA Cup Final between Manchester United and Crystal Palace. The main knock agaisnt him is that he missed Mousa Dembele's eye attack on Diego Costa that resulted in a six game suspension for the Tottenham midfielder.

Kei Kamara and the Columbus Crew are not exactly getting along right now. The Cameroonian striker has been suspended one game after arguing with teammate Federico Higuain about taking a penalty and then speaking out about his disappointment in the team after the Crew blew a 4-1 lead on Saturday. The word is that Columbus is going to try and trade him away before the MLS trade deadline on Thursday.

Today's Matches
Premier League
Sunderland v. Everton- 2:45pm- NBCSN
Norwich City v. Watford- 2:45pm
Chelsea v. Liverpool- 3pm

Philadelphia Union v. LA Galaxy- 7pm
Colorado Rapids v. Sporting Kansas City- 9pm
FC Dallas v. Portland Timbers- 9pm
Vancouver Whitecaps v. Chicago Fire- 10pm
San Jose Earthquakes v. Houston Dynamo- 10:30pm

Ligue 1
Bordeaux v. Paris-St. Germain- 2:30pm

Liga MX Playoffs- First Round First Leg
UANL v. Monterrey- 8pm
Morelia v. Leon- 10pm

US Open Cup- First Round
The US Open Cup First Round will feature amateur sides from United Sates Club Soccer (sixth tier), the United States Adult Soccer Association Elite Amatuer Leagues (fifth teir), the USL Premier Development League and National Premier Soccer League (both fourth tier). The winners of these matches will advance to face professional clubs from the USL in the second round.

A total of 91 clubs from across the country will participate in this year's version. The main change to the list of qualified participants is that the so-called MLS-2 sides will not be eligible. In total, there will be 48 amatuer sides competing against 43 professional sides.

Richmond Strikers v. Aromas Cafe- 5pm
The Villages SC v. Kraze United- 5pm
Fredericksburg FC v. West Chester United- 5:30pm
Reading United AC v. Atlanta Silverbacks- 7pm
Clarkstown SC Eagles v. Jersey Express- 7pm
Charlotte Eagles v. Myrtle Beach Mutiny- 7pm
Miami Fusion FC v. Boca Raton FC- 7pm
Indy Eleven NPSL v. Cincinnati Dutch Lions- 7pm
Long Island Rough Riders v. Lansdowne Bhoys FC- 7:30pm
NY Pancyprian Freedoms v. NY Red Bulls U23s- 7:30pm
Michigan Bucks v. Detroit City FC- 7:30pm
Southie FC v. Seacoast United Phantoms- 8pm
GPS Portland Phoenix v. AFC Cleveland- 8pm
Mississippi Brilla v. CD Motagua of New Orleans- 8pm
FC Wichita v. Des Moines Menace- 8:05pm
Albuquerque Sol FC v. Harpo’s FC- 8:30pm
NTX Rayados v. Corinthians FC of San Antonio- 9pm
Sacramento Gold v. Burlingame Dragons- 10pm
Ventura County Fusion v. Los Angeles Wolves- 10pm
San Francisco City FC v. CD Aguiluchos USA- 10pm
FC Tucson v. San Nicolas FC- 10:30pm
Portland Timbers U23s v. La Maquina- 10:30pm
Seattle Sounders U23s v. Outbreak FC- 10:30pm

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