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The last time I played against them I scored," recalled Orozco Fiscal, on loan to the Union from Mexican First Division side San Luis FC. "It was off a corner and they went to clear it. We won the ball back and a cross came in from the right side. I split two defenders and headed it in.

This marks the second trip to Central America this month. Sounders FC secured a place in Group C by drawing, 1-1, in a preliminary round game against Metapan in San Salvador on August 3. Three of the first four group games are on the road. Marathon comes to Seattle September 29.

The team is also hosting a Referee Night that allows area soccer officials to take part in a pre-game question and answer session with the referee assessor, a tailgate leading up to kickoff and a post-game question and answer with the match referee. The package is $30 and includes a stadium reserved ticket.

hivas USA defender Mariano Trujillo visited the Padres Tienda de Beisbol” in the Plaza Rio Mall in Tijuana on Monday, signing autographs for the gathered crowd before taking the bus with Padres fans to last night’s game at PETCO Park, a 4-2 win for San Diego. The Chivas USA player is one of many Mexican or Mexican-American players on the team, and will be facing off against Guadalajara next Tuesday, September 14 at PETCO Park in the second-ever ChivaClásico. For more information on the game, please visit either or

The New England Revolution are an American soccer club based in Foxborough, Massachusetts, that participates in Major League Soccer. The club is owned by Robert Kraft, who also owns the New England Patriots of the National Football League. The name “Revolution” refers to the New England region’s involvement in the American Revolution. The Revs currently play their home matches at Gillette Stadium. The club played their home games at the adjacent and now-demolished Foxboro Stadium, during the 1996 through 2001 seasons. The Revs hold the distinction of being the only original MLS team to have every league game in its history televised.

While we are all enjoying the “Blackpool story” in the EPL, there’s another good story brewing in the Npower (yeesh) Championship. No, it doesn’t involve Derby County. After their abysmal showing in the EPL they’ve got their hands full just avoiding the drop into League One. No, it’s QPR! In the early 1990s this club finished 8th in the EPL, but after that came relegation, financial problems, and all that goes with them. In the last three or four years, however, the club has been under new ownership, continues to get its financial house in order, and has assembled a roster of players with EPL and international experience. Fun Fact.


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