Dwayne De Rosario hit the big 100 Wednesday night in D.C., offering perhaps the quote of the year after doing so: “I figured, I’m either going to wake up tomorrow wondering what happened or I’m going to put it in the back of the net. It was a play I was willing to take.”
You know what would be nice? A video compilation of all his goals.
Bigger picture: Will MLS ever see another 100-goal scorer? Edson Buddle is eight away, so you gotta think he’ll get there. But after that… I don’t know, Kenny Cooper? And certainly, we’ll never see another season where a forward gets his 100th goal and a goalkeeper earns his 100th win (Matt Reis).
MLS 2012: Where milestones happen.
“Super computer” predicts final Premier League standings
Manchester City will win the title, pipping Arsenal to the crown, while Manchester United will finish in third and Chelsea will recover to finish fourth. At the bottom, only Bournemouth will be relegated out of the newly promoted teams, while it is looking bleak for Sunderland and Aston Villa.
1- Manchester City
3 – Manchester United
6- Tottenham Hotspur
9- Crystal Palace
10- West Ham United
11- Swansea City
12- Stoke City
13- Leicester City
14 – West Bromwich Albion
15- Newcastle United
16- Norwich City
19- Aston Villa
ZURICH (AP) After defying pleas from FIFA sponsors to quit immediately, President Sepp Blatter is continuing regular business at soccer’s governing body, presiding over a dispute between football federations on Tuesday.