Thursday, October 13, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: Warsaw appeal rejected, Real Madrid extend Kroos's contract

Yesterday's Scores
Seattle Sounders 0-0 Houston Dynamo

Seattle continues its six match unbeaten run, but only extends their playoff safety net by a single point despite taking on a very defeatable Houston team at home. Despite the week and a half off, this match was still very midweek MLS. 

NASL
Jacksonville Armada 0-0 Indy Eleven

Carolina RailHawks 0-1 Rayo OKC
(Michel 82')

Fort Lauderdale Strikers 1-0 FC Edmonton
(Moura 11')

North American League Tables

Headlines
Legia Warsaw's boisterous and unruly supporters have officially been banned from the stadium for their Champions League match against Real Madrid. UEFA issued the edict a couple weeks ago and the club had appealed. That appeal has been denied and that November 2 match in the Polish capital will be played in an empty stadium. The two clubs go at it on Tuesday in Madrid in what is sure to be a slaughter in Real Madrid's favor.

Speaking of Real Madrid, they have inked German midfielder Toni Kroos to a lucrative new contract. The five year deal will pay him around €22 million per season.

Today's Matches
MLS
Chicago Fire v. Columbus Crew- 8:30pm
Colorado Rapids v. San Jose Earthquakes- 9pm

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