Got to get to bed earlier than usual now. So here are bedtime links:
- Matt Gaschk caught up with local product Lucretia Lee in La Manga, Spain. The Cedar Park Christian grad was training there with the U.S. U-20 women’s national team. Also, Sounder at Heart got in touch with Steve Zakuani to talk about his new foundation Kingdom Hope.
- Around the league, here’s a story on Tony Sanneh helping out with Haiti relief. Real Salt Lake waived four players yesterday. Crew Stadium got some love from Stadia magazine. Here’s some new information on Portland’s stadium saga. Lastly, Bolton might want to keep Houston winger Stuart Holden permanently.
- Globally, PSG in France has stopped selling away-game tickets to its fans to curtail violence. Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini has said he’d like to coach Italy in the future. The Soccer Insider found a update on the investigation surrounding Charlie Davies‘ car crash. Finally, FIFA is still considering action on penalty-kick feigning.
A video or two to finish it up. Brazil beat Ireland 2-0 in a friendly yesterday, and you have to check out this goal by the Selecao.
And if shows of skill are your thing, check out this video.