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May 28 2008 Soccer Newsletter

hi soccer fans.

I feel I owe you an apology, as I was ill with a nasty virus last week, and did not write the Champions League Final post match report as I had promised. It was then a holiday here in England and we had a pre-booked break where I had a chance to recouperate.

I do hope you enjoyed the match if you managed to see it, and much congratulations to Manchester United fans on their victory over Chelsea.

I did post the result on the blog I am running as a supplement to the main site.
I hope you enjoyed the linked highlights and short match report I posted for you on You can always subscribe to that and think of it as extra time.

As you know the season is coming to a close now all over Europe, although in the United States and some other countries the Major League soccer season is in full swing.

Over the summer months we will have a closer look at the MLS and the Women's Proffessional Football League that is being devoloped. A closer look at some of the other leagues and women's football is also on the agenda. I would like to hear from anyone who is involved in the women's game with or without a story to tell, either on the forums or by email. I want to hear YOUR story!

It's also the European Championships this summer, so we all have lots more exciting matches to look forward to.

I hope that you did enjoy the lookback at the Premier League.

English Premier League Finale

A lookback at the final weekend of the English Premier League Season. Winners and losers. and is the EPL the best league in the world?

Please visit for even more great content about Soccer.

my next article will be a look back at the European Leagues and a quick look at this seasons Champions League, a full round up of Season 07-08 and a look forward to the future: look out for it this weekend.

This evening sees some International Friendlies, the United States of America visit Wembley stadium to play England.

England (Fifa Ranking 11th) v United States (Fifa Ranking 21st)

Wednesday, 28 May Kick-off: (8:05PM BST) (GMT+1)
EST on daylight saving time is -5 hours from BST so it will be 3:05PM

Check your time zone here

there are lots more International friendlies this week running up to June 1st as follows: (all times are in BST so subtract 5 hours for Eastern Daylight Time etc.

England v USA as above.


Iceland v Wales, 20:35
Moldova v Armenia, 17:00
Norway v Uruguay, 19:05
Russia v Serbia, 18:00

Thursday, 29 May 2008

Netherlands v Denmark, 19:00
Rep of Ireland v Colombia, 20:00
Turkey v Finland, 19:30

Friday, 30 May 2008

Austria v Malta, 19:30
Czech Republic v Scotland, 16:30
Italy v Belgium, 19:50
Latvia v Estonia, 17:00
Switzerland v Liechtenstein, 19:30

Saturday, 31 May 2008

Estonia v Lithuania, 14:00
France v Paraguay, 20:00
Germany v Serbia, 16:30
Hungary v Croatia, 19:30
Portugal v Georgia, 18:15
Romania v Montenegro, 18:45
Spain v Peru, 21:00

I would like to get to know you, so why don't you head over to the new forum and join in? I would love to get the soccer forum more active, so that we can all discuss soccer together. You can tell me there what you would like to see on the site, or contact me back by email.

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I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback!

Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Alice Jones, Soccer Editor

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