Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Site is moving to a new location

Soccer fans............

Global Football Telegraph is moving to a new site and teaming up with a sports news information network. The site is called the SPORTS MACHINE.

This site will feature its own soccer page dedicated to all the soccer news from around the globe.

The site is at http://www.weeklysportsjournal.blogspot.com and the soccer page will be located at http://www.weeklysportsjournal5.blogspot.com . Enjoy the new site.

Monday, April 25, 2005

Jubilo and Yokohama suffer defeat in the J-League

Ay Caramba!!!!!


One thing is for certain, Chivas USA does have some nice cheerleaders!

Check out this article on Foxsportsworld.com

LA Galaxy wins the first ever derby in the MLS

Premiership Results

Celtic inch closer to the SPL title

Friday, April 22, 2005

AFC Champions League news

Thursday, April 21, 2005

Arsenal hold Chelsea to a draw


Robert Pires of Arsenal fights for the ball with Chelsea's Claude Makalele

Everton keep their Champions League hopes alive

Premiership results for April 20

Monday, April 18, 2005

Argentine soccer round up

Action from around Europe


Fernando Torres of Atletico Madrid challenges for the ball in their game with Espanyol

Saturday and Sunday's La Liga round up

Bochum look to stay in the Bundesliga

Juventus atop of the Serie A

French Ligue One round up

Action From the MLS


Wow!!!!That is one lucky mascot before the Chivas USA and FC Dallas match

Ronnie O'Brien scores a cracker of a shot in the FC Dallas win over Chivas USA

Ahn on fire for Yokohama


Ahn Jung-hwan is on fire in the J-League

Jubilo get past Albirex

J-League results

Liverpool and Tottenham play to a draw at Anfield


Sami Hyypia's goal earns the Reds a point over Tottenham

Action from the EPL

Arsenal and Manchester United advance to the FA Cup final


Robin van Persie celebrates one of his two goals in Arsenal's FA Cup semifinal win

FA Cup results:

Manchester United breeze into the final over Newcastle United

Friday, April 15, 2005

Liverpool and Chelsea meet for all-English semifinal

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Al Gharafa are Q-League champions


Al Gharafa are Q-League champions

Copa Libertadores round up

Chelsea move on to the semifinals of the Champions League