Saturday, October 1, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: Harry Redknapp is the latest English manager to be hit by The Telegraph

Yesterday's Scores
Premier League
Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace
(Lukaku 35')-(Benteke 50')

Red Bull Leipzig 2-1 FC Augsburg
(Forsberg 11', Poulsen 52')-(Dong-Won 14')

La Liga
Real Sociedad 1-0 Real Betis
(Vela 63')

Ligue 1
Stade Rennes 1-0 Guingamp
(Diakhaby 90+2')
Houston Dynamo 0-2 New York City
(Villa 52', 90+1')

Liga MX
Tijuana 1-0 Atlas
(Caraglio 42')

USL Playoffs- First Round
Swope Park Rangers 3-0 LA Galaxy II
(Tyrpak 76', Gonzalez 90+2', 90+4')

North American League Tables

The next victim in The Telegraph's massive exposure of corrupt English football managers and officials is... Harry Redknapp! The newspaper has a video of the former Premier League manager discussing players better for and against their own teams. He evidently did not know during the match in question, nor is it clear whether he reported the incident to the FA, as he is required to do. He was also filmed by undercover journalists posing as Far East investors interested in the same "third-party ownership" schemes that cost Sam Allardyce his job as England's manager.

In a related story, Sam Allardyce could face an outright ban from the game thanks to his conversation with those fake Far East investors. Allardyce himself admits that a charge agaisnt him would not shock him, considering the ironclad evidence agaisnt him. The FA is waiting until they finish reviewing the entire transcript of The Telegraph's video before making a move against the short lived England national team manager.

Arsenal are known for not spending money in the transfer market while many assume they have the money to spend. Club chief executive Ivan Gazidis has confirmed that assumption by announcing Arsenal has £191.1 million in cash reserves and that he is targeting to win trophies. Well, spending some of that mountain of money on top level talent would be a great way to prove that you're actually looking to win something.

Today's Matches
Premier League
Swansea City v. Liverpool- 7:30am- NBCSN
Hull City v. Chelsea- 10am- NBCSN
Sunderland v. West Bromwich Albion- 10am
Watford v. AFC Bournemouth- 10am
West Ham v. Middlesbrough- 10am

Bayern Munich v. FC Koln- 9:30am- FS2
FC Ingolstadt 04 v. TSG Hoffenheim- 9:30am
Hertha Berlin v. Hamburg SV- 9:30am
SC Freiburg v. Eintracht Frankfurt- 9:30am
SV Darmstadt 98 v. Werder Bremen- 9:30am
Bayer Leverkusen v. Borussia Dortmund- 12:30pm- FS2

La Liga
Granada v. Leganes- 7am
Sevilla v. Alaves- 10:15am
Osasuna v. Las Palmas- 12:30pm
Deportivo La Coruna v. Sporting Gijón- 2:45pm

Serie A
US Pescara v. Chievo Verona- 12pm
Udinese v. Lazio- 2:45pm- beIN

Ligue 1
Paris-Saint Germain v. Bordeaux- 11am- beIN
Caen v. Toulouse- 2pm
Dijon v. Montpellier- 2pm
Lille v. AS Nancy Lorraine- 2pm
Metz v. AS Monaco- 2pm
Nantes v. Bastia- 2pm

New York Red Bulls v. Philadelphia Union- 7pm
Columbus Crew v. Chicago Fire- 7:30pm
New England Revolution v. Sporting Kansas City- 7:30pm
Toronto FC v. D.C. United- 7:30pm
Colorado Rapids v. Portland Timbers- 9pm
FC Dallas v. LA Galaxy- 9pm
San Jose Earthquakes v. Real Salt Lake- 10:30pm

Liga MX
Cruz Azul v. Veracruz- 6pm- Univision Deportes
Querétaro v. Santos- 6pm
Monterrey v. Club America- 8pm- Univision Deportes
Leon v. UANL- 8:06pm- UniMas
Necaxa v. Toluca- 10pm- UniMas
Guadalajara v. Morelia- 10:06pm- Univision

Tampa Bay Rowdies v. Miami FC- 7:30pm- ESPN3
Minnesota United v. Jacksonville Armada- 8pm- ESPN3

USL Playoffs- First Round
Rochester Rhinos v. Charlotte Independence- 6:05pm- YouTube
Rio Grande Valley v. OKC Energy- 8:30pm- YouTube
Sacramento Republic v. Orange County Blues- 10:30pm- YouTube

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