19 Aug. News and Blogs you might have Missed

 

Ten things to note from MLS Week 21 “If I’m Wizards manager Curt Onalfo, I might not be too happy with the level of commitment. I’m not sure there’s enough “want-to” around a club with just …”

MLS Week 21 Wrap

Former Bluejay Leads Wizards Over Men’s Soccer

Gibbs debut a success

Wizards can’t keep up with Rapids

Peter Vermes interview part 1

Peter Vermes interview part 2

 

–PRESS RELEASE–

Kansas City Wizards Weekly Schedule
 

The Kansas City Wizards train this week with FC Dallas in their sights. Kansas City will look to improve upon its strong run in its last nine games. The Wizards have lost only twice since June 14 and carry a 3-2-4 record over that span.
 
Tuesday, August 19 – Training
10:00 a.m. CT; Swope Park Training Center
 
Wednesday, August 20 – Training at CommunityAmerica Ballpark
10:00 a.m. CT; CommunityAmerica Ballpark
 
Thursday, August 21 – Training
10:00 a.m. CT; Swope Park Training Center
 
Friday, August 22 – Training
10:00 a.m. CT; Swope Park Training Center
 
Saturday, August 23 – MLS Match
7:00  p.m. CT Kansas City Wizards vs FC Dallas at CommunityAmerica Ballpark
 
Kansas City Wizards Swope Park Training Center
6310 Lewis Road
Kansas City, MO 64132
Google Maps here
 
Wizards Host FC Dallas Saturday Prepared for 10-Game Sprint Toward Playoffs
 
Kansas City enters its final 10-game push toward the 2008 MLS Cup Playoffs Saturday at 7 p.m. CT against FC Dallas at CommunityAmerica Ballpark. The Wizards are 0-0-1 against Dallas this season after capturing a 1-1 tie July 4 at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas. The Wizards enter Saturday’s game just three points out of a playoff place and tied for 6th in the highly competitive Eastern Conference. With 25 points, the Wizards would be tied for 3rd in the West with FC Dallas.
 
Kansas City goalkeeper Kevin Hartman is poised to surpass a pair of milestones with a start on Saturday. Hartman currently has 1099 career saves and will become just the second goalkeeper in League history to surpass the 1100-save plateau with his first stop this weekend. Hartman currently trails former Wizards goalie Tony Meola for the all-time MLS record in saves and needs only 37 more stops over the final 10 matches to reach the record this season. With seven more minutes, Hartman will surpass former Wizards midfielder and assistant coach Chris Henderson for second-place on the League’s all-time minutes played list. Once he surpasses Henderson, Hartman will trail only New England Revolution midfielder Steve Ralston.
 
The Jimmy Conrad Show Live from McFadden’s Wednesday
 
The Jimmy Conrad Show is back on the air Wednesday for another dose of the latest in soccer news and notes. Conrad and voice of the Wizards Sean Wheelock will host the show live McFadden’s in Kansas City’s Power and Light District Wednesday, August 20 at 7 p.m. CT. Each week, Conrad and Wheelock will chat with guests from the Wizards and other MLS clubs for the latest from around MLS.
 
Archives of The Jimmy Conrad Show are available online at the Wizards podcast page.
 
Wizards Weekly Press Conference Held Thursday at Swope Park
 
The Wizards weekly press conference will start at 12:00 p.m. CT at the pavilion adjacent to the team’s Swope Park Training Center. Head Coach Curt Onalfo and Technical Director Peter Vermes will be available to discuss the final 10 matches of the season and a push for the 2008 MLS Cup Playoffs. Planet Sub sandwiches and cookies will be provided to all media members who attend. Each Kansas City Wizards practice will still be open to media, and outlets are encouraged to take advantage of the Wizards media policy.
 
Zona Wizards Airs Live Thursday on La Playa 1480 AM, Time Warner Cable Channel 5
 
Zona Wizards, the weekly Spanish-language radio and TV show, will air live this Thursday at 2 p.m. on La Playa 1480 AM and Time Warner Cable Channel 5. Hosted by Enrique Morales and Raul Villegas, Zona Wizards will feature a player each week.
 
Wizards Weekly to Air Thursday, Friday, Saturday
 
Wizards Weekly, Kansas City’s weekly magazine show covering the Wizards will feature Head Coach Curt Onalfo and a player each week. Metro Sports will air Wizards Weekly three times per week.
 
Wizards Weekly show times:
 
Thursday’s        9:30 p.m. CT
Friday’s             6:30 p.m. CT
Saturday’s        11:30 a.m. CT
 

AG

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One Response to 19 Aug. News and Blogs you might have Missed

  1. sandrar says:

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