While you recover from the international break that was, catch up on the highlights of the international break and plenty else in today’s roundup.
In case you missed some of the big happenings from the recent international break, Daniel Chung is here to catch you up.
The Champions League and UEFA Cup quarterfinals get underway next week, and we’ve got comprehensive previews of all of the action.
There may not have been a lot to smile about at St. James’ Park this season, but the appointment of Alan Shearer could very well be just the lift that
Strange Happenings in World Cup Qualification Wednesday
Whether it was all-out wackiness in Wales v. Germany, Bolivia putting six past Argentina (no April Fool’s joke there), or a strange red card in Italy-Ireland, Wednesday’s round of World Cup qualifiers provided many talking points.
Fox has revealed some specifics about their upcoming Champions League coverage in the U.S., and don’t get too excited just yet American soccer fans, but you may not have to worry about the quality of the announcers you’ll be hearing.
Guus Hiddink has done a great job as Chelsea’s interim manager, but if he follows his continued comments and elects not to stay past the end of the season, who’s the best fit to take over the role fulltime?
Luca Toni has made quite a bold promise for if Bayern Munich win the Champions League. I don’t have the official numbers, but I’m guessing Bayern’s female fan population just rose about 1000%.
As Fabio Capello did a few months ago, Jose Mourinho was recently the recipient of a sexy dance on Italian TV. Was it the most boring lap dance ever, or was he putting more thought into his starting XI for the weekend than into the dance.
Soccerlens’ April 2009 Babe of the Month: Sara Varone
Maybe I’m wrong, but maybe Jose would’ve paid more attention if Sara Varone was the one dancing for him. In case you didn’t know, Soccerlens loves Sara Varone, and you should too.