Nov 29, 2012, 7:30 AM EDT
When it comes to ageless wonders, Ryan Giggs must be right up there with the best of them. I mean, he’s not Mick Jagger or anything, but good heavens! The man is still delivering the goods around Old Trafford at age 39. He turns 39, in fact, today.
Giggs played his first match for Manchester United in 1990.
Big Important Stories of the Day:
Major League Soccer presents its 2012 Volkswagen MVP during a semi-fancy luncheon ceremony at the Home Depot Center. We’ll try to act surprised when they call Chris Wondolowski’s name.
The Galaxy has a media availability prior to the MVP announcement, so we’ll see what comes out of that.
The Dynamo will hit town, too, arriving into (somewhat rainy) Southern California on Thursday evening, following a training back in Houston.
RASNoD (Random American Soccer Name of the Day: Wade Barrett
*Ahead on the blog today:
David Beckham – because this blog has been shamefully remiss in building up the David Beckham angle for MLS Cup. We promise to be better.
Also, discussion of the MVP honor, talk of a wave of player releases in MLS and possibly some words about the ongoing Darren Bent brouhaha in England.
What you should watch on TV today:
The first leg of Liga MX’s final, featuring Tijuana and Toluca, kicks off at 9:55 p.m. ET on Univision Deportes.
* Always subject to change; you know how it is
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Who took the PFA prizes today?
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Louis van Gaal unaware of the seriousness of Wayne Rooney’s injury sustained during a 3-0 loss to Everton.
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Bayern Munich will enjoy the title as Germany’s best once again.
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Everton maintained a solid shape all game and the Toffees boss was loving it.
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Mourinho proves his again that his nous, Chelsea’s defensive core, can halt the Gunners.
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Johansson fed Johannsson as AZ Alkmaar picked up a big win in their chase for a Europa League spot.
Apr 26, 2015, 1:05 PM EDT
Here’s three things we learned from the Emirates after a lively London derby.
Apr 26, 2015, 12:55 PM EDT
There were few good chances as Arsenal could not find a breakthrough and Chelsea opens up a 10-point table lead.
Apr 26, 2015, 12:26 PM EDT
Despite playing 30 minutes after a dangerous clash, Oscar has been sent to the hospital.
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Torino picked up its first win over Juventus in 20 years, but the fans kept it from being a truly happy day.
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There is no featured striker on the field for Chelsea, with Jose Mourinho instead selecting six midfielders to interchange.
Apr 26, 2015, 10:20 AM EDT
Manchester United had nothing to offer as Everton won its third straight against the Red Devils at Goodison Park.
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The PFA have announced their team of the season. But should these 10 players have been involved?
Apr 26, 2015, 9:18 AM EDT
The likely title winners took up over half of the team of the season, marking their domination.
Apr 26, 2015, 8:49 AM EDT
Fans clashed with each other and with police as objects became weapons and smoke filled the pitch.
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Marouane Fellaini returns to his former club on a much higher note than last season’s visit.
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