Ten to Track (8/7/2017)

1. Barcelona vs. Chapaecoense – Joan Gamper Trophy

Annual Barcelona-hosted preseason game for a trophy named after a GUY named Joan. One to watch just for the chance at an explanation on that gender-bender.

Joan Gamper 1910 year.jpg

B. Shamrock Rovers vs. Cork – Irish FA Cup

Cork has lost one game in league all season. This is a semifinal.

3. Galway vs. Dundalk – Irish FA Cup

Dudalk should win handily, even on the road, for the right to lose to Cork 11-0 in the Final. Slainte! Christopher Nolan should make a movie about it since true protagnist-free Dunkirk stunk like this commentary…*bonnnnnnngggggg*

4. Djurgardens vs. Malmo – Swedish Allsvenskan

I may just call every country’s top-flite league “Premier” eventually. Talk American, world!

I think Allsvenskan translates to “All-Skate”. Everyone MUST skate. Childhood rink memories flood in.

5. Osijek vs. Rijeka – Croatian Perv League

It’s The Croatian First League, HT Prva league for sponsorship reasons. The Noob gets no kuna, so it’s the Perv League now.

(Last season’s #4 hosts defending league champ)

6. Mlada Boselov vs. Slavia Prague – Czech First League

Last season’s #4 hosts defending league champ

7. FC Astana vs. Ordabasy Shymkent – Kazakhstan Premier League

Astana leads this this two-horse league. O.S. stands at third.

8. BJMC vs. Abahani Chittabong – Bangladesh Premier League

I had a college roommate from Bangladesh named Wafiul. He didn’t like to give my hot redhead girlfriend and me privacy. We’re not in touch.

9. Fenerbahce vs. Cagliari – Club Friendly

Turkish vs Italian sides

10. Steinbach vs. Cologne – Club Friendly

Some Tier Three-or-worse team that must be geographically near Cologne hosts Cologne, who are warming up for the Bundesliga by storming small towns for soccer goals and Tier Three birddogging of players’ girlfriends.

Author: Soccernoob

After a year of previewing soccer matches the world over with my own off-brand comedy, I now provide exclusive coverage for the Isle of Sodor Premier League, Championship, and FA Cup. (FC Dryaw 'til I die.)

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