Monday, August 30, 2010

Starting Eleven Football Blog Roundup

Someone mention cartwheels?
Bob Bradley is still the U.S. national team coach. Robinho is still headed for Milan. David Villa scored a goal. Barcelona leads La Liga.

Ho-hum, all the planets are in line 2012 style; it must be time for another Starting Eleven Football Blog Roundup: 
  • Nutmeg Radio bemoans the perpetual limbo surrounding Bob Bradley's status as U.S. national team coach.
  • InternationalED, meanwhile, isn't sold on Juergen Klinsmann as the next in line for Bradley's seat.
  • Bradley's next stop looks like Aston Villa of the Premier League, but if you ask Aston Villa Central, they're not doing cartwheels over the news. 
  • Ditto, A More Splendid Life, who calls the whole Bradley-to-Villa thing embarrassing.
  • More excellent analysis on Bradley's capabilities as a Premier League coach from EPL Talk.
  • With one day left in the transfer window, could we finally see Robinho head to Milan? Ask
  • A Minute News says Roque Santa Cruz could also be on the way out of City.
  • Real Madrid and Mallorca slugged to a scoreless draw to open the Jose Mourinho era. Ugh. The Boss says Madrid should have won. Duh.
  • The excellent Reuters Soccer Blog speculates on who will emerge at Madrid as the team's version of Milito.
  • quotes Wesley Sneijder: Mourinho will occupy Sir Alex Ferguson's seat at Man. U.--some day.
  • It's like the World Cup never ended: Iniesta scores and Spai, err, Barcelona wins.
  • Hleb is coming to Benfica from Barcelona, so says Total Football Madness.
  • More Benfica news: Napoli has signed Hassan Yebda.

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