Thursday, June 30, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: Klinsmann hinted for England job

Yesterday's Scores
U.S. Open Cup- Fifth Round
Houston Dynamo 3-1 Sporting Kansas City
(Manotas 7', 84', Alex 55')-(Davis 61')

Philadelphia Union 2-1 New York Red Bulls
(Pontius 55', 60')-(Grella 17')

Orlando City 1-2 Fort Lauderdale Strikers
(Molino 15')-(Angulo 12', PC 120')

New York Cosmos 2-3 New England Revolution
(Bover 38', Guenzatti 56')-(Bunbury 43', 83', Kamara 75')

FC Dallas 2-1 Colorado Rapids
(Diaz 64', Urruti 96')-(Badji 38')

Portland Timbers 0-1 LA Galaxy
(Mendiola 5')

With that, the fifth round of the Open Cup concludes with one non-MLS team remaining. Despite a valiant effort by the Cosmos, Fort Lauderdale Strikers, thanks to PC (yes, that's this odd Brazilian's name) scored at the death of extra time to seal a win over Orlando City.

Canadian Championship- Final Second Leg
Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1 Toronto FC (2-2 on aggregate, Toronto wins on away goals)
(Mezquida 47', Parker 68')-(Johnson 90+5')

Heartbreak for Vancouver as Will Johnson gives Toronto its away goals advantage at the death of the match to win the Canadian Championship. They will represent Canada at the CONCACAF Champions League next season.

Colorado Springs Switchbacks 1-0 Real Monarchs
(Burt 13')

Former England and Liverpool defender has some opinions that a certain sect of Americans may enjoy. He likes the thought of Jurgen Klinsmann taking over as England's manager. The FA has not ruled out another foreign born man to lead the troops into the 2018 World Cup, but is Klinsy interested? Doubtful. He has a fat contract here in the States that goes along with the type of power he wouldn't have in England. The American job is much less stressful compared to the constant pressure applied to the English boss. He seems to have decent job security, if you ask his vocal naysayers. Then there's his luxurious Manhattan Beach home that nobody would want to leave. Most signs point to him staying here.

This has been circulating the rumor mill for a while, but now it appears to be unofficial. New York City is sending Kwadwo Poku to Miami FC of the NASL. NYCFC fans really attached themselves to Poku after his strong play last season, but he has since fallen out of favor in Patrick Viera's regime. No transfer fee was specified, but the word is that it's in the neighborhood of $750,000.

As expected, Neymar is on Brazil's 18 man Olympic roster. He joins Bayern Munich's DOuglas Costa and Shakhtar Donetsk's Fred as the most notable names on the squad. Brazil has one goal for the tournament. It's win or bust for them as they are playing the only tournament they've never won on home soil.

Today's Match
Euro 2016- Quarterfinals
Poland v. Portugal- 3pm- ESPN2

No comments:

Post a Comment