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By Matt Vensel | April 7, 2011
Move over, Chad Ochocinco. Justin Bieber is the latest star to cross over to the soccer field. The dreamy Canadian pop sensation, who was in Spain for a concert, practiced with FC Barcelona on Wednesday. You know you want to watch this video.
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Sports on TV | November 6, 2012
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Sports on TV | November 6, 2012
WEDNESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR Sprint Cup: AAA Texas 500 (T) SPEEDNoon M. bask. Canisius@Longwood (T) FCS10 a.m. Quincy@Iowa (T) BIGTEN1 West Chester@Illinois (T) BIGTEN3 Central Oklahoma@Oklahoma FCS8 Seton Hall@Longwood (T) FCS10:30 NBA Washington@Boston CSN7:30 Philadelphia@New Orleans ESPN8 San Antonio@Clippers ESPN10:30 C. foot. Edinboro@Clarion (T)
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By Steven Goff, The Washington Post | July 30, 2011
The clubs were the same, as were many of the players. The stadium was stuffed with supporters in Manchester United's red and FC Barcelona's claret and blue. But the trophy was not for winning the European Champions League. Rather, NBA star Kobe Bryant presented a sponsor's trinket to defender Nemanja Vidic to mark United's 2-1 victory in a friendly Saturday before an announced 81,807 at FedEx Field — a record crowd for a soccer match in the Washington area. The outcome won't soften the disappointment of losing to the Catalan club in the prestigious continental final in May at Wembley Stadium but will provide a dose of gratification heading into the English Premier League season in two weeks.
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By Kevin Williams and Kevin Williams,Tribune Newspapers | March 29, 2009
You've been to Barcelona. So what? Unless you've experienced a match in Camp Nou, the home of FC Barcelona, the national football team of Catalonia, you haven't really been to Barcelona. Catalonia? What? Barcelona is in Spain, right? If you say so. Just don't ask a local. Barcelona pulsates with history. You can feel it as you stroll the Bari Gotic (Gothic Quarter) or ping-pong off people during the Festival of Santa Lucia. It's the home of Gaudi and his improbable edifices and the dark, narrow contrast of Barceloneta, or Little Barcelona.
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May 28, 2011
SATURDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR Nationwide Top Gear 300 2, 72:30 MLB San Diego@Washington MASN1 White Sox@Toronto WGN-A1 San Francisco@Milwaukee MLB4 Boston@Detroit 457 Philadelphia@Mets 57 Orioles@Oakland MASN10 Florida@Dodgers MLB10 C. base ...
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | July 2, 1994
WASHINGTON -- The region's soccer fans will get their first peek at Spain and Switzerland today, but they aren't at a disadvantage in predicting an outcome. Loyal followers of the two teams are just as clueless as to how their heroes will perform.Will Spain trot out the team that played defending champion Germany even, or the one that blew a two-goal lead to South Korea in the last seven minutes? Will the Switzerland side that dominated Group A winner Romania show up, or the shaky group that allowed one-time favorite Colombia to regain some respect?
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By Steven Goff, The Washington Post | July 30, 2011
The clubs were the same, as were many of the players. The stadium was stuffed with supporters in Manchester United's red and FC Barcelona's claret and blue. But the trophy was not for winning the European Champions League. Rather, NBA star Kobe Bryant presented a sponsor's trinket to defender Nemanja Vidic to mark United's 2-1 victory in a friendly Saturday before an announced 81,807 at FedEx Field — a record crowd for a soccer match in the Washington area. The outcome won't soften the disappointment of losing to the Catalan club in the prestigious continental final in May at Wembley Stadium but will provide a dose of gratification heading into the English Premier League season in two weeks.
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May 28, 2011
SATURDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS NASCAR Nationwide Top Gear 300 2, 72:30 MLB San Diego@Washington MASN1 White Sox@Toronto WGN-A1 San Francisco@Milwaukee MLB4 Boston@Detroit 457 Philadelphia@Mets 57 Orioles@Oakland MASN10 Florida@Dodgers MLB10 C. base ...
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By Matt Vensel | April 7, 2011
Move over, Chad Ochocinco. Justin Bieber is the latest star to cross over to the soccer field. The dreamy Canadian pop sensation, who was in Spain for a concert, practiced with FC Barcelona on Wednesday. You know you want to watch this video.
TRAVEL
By Kevin Williams and Kevin Williams,Tribune Newspapers | March 29, 2009
You've been to Barcelona. So what? Unless you've experienced a match in Camp Nou, the home of FC Barcelona, the national football team of Catalonia, you haven't really been to Barcelona. Catalonia? What? Barcelona is in Spain, right? If you say so. Just don't ask a local. Barcelona pulsates with history. You can feel it as you stroll the Bari Gotic (Gothic Quarter) or ping-pong off people during the Festival of Santa Lucia. It's the home of Gaudi and his improbable edifices and the dark, narrow contrast of Barceloneta, or Little Barcelona.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | July 2, 1994
WASHINGTON -- The region's soccer fans will get their first peek at Spain and Switzerland today, but they aren't at a disadvantage in predicting an outcome. Loyal followers of the two teams are just as clueless as to how their heroes will perform.Will Spain trot out the team that played defending champion Germany even, or the one that blew a two-goal lead to South Korea in the last seven minutes? Will the Switzerland side that dominated Group A winner Romania show up, or the shaky group that allowed one-time favorite Colombia to regain some respect?
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