Fox Soccer Plus is on free preview with some cable and satellite providers this week, and it happens to sync up with one of the last two opportunities George John will have to get on the pitch and impress Sam Allardyce before West Ham decides to buy him or send him back. From Steven Goff's always excellent Weekend Soccer & Streaming Video post:
England, West Ham vs. Crystal Palace 7:30 a.m. Fox Soccer Plus, foxsoccer2go.com
foxsoccer2go.com is also available on free trial, but it's the type of trial that involves entering your credit card and remembering to cancel before you get billed, so sample at your own risk.
Goff's column doesn't cover Spanish broadcast's, but I did find that Duilio Davino's Estudiantes Tecos will be playing Chiapas FC on ESPN Deportes 5:55pm on Saturday. They also play against Tijuana Xolos FC on Galavision 9pm on March 2.
Of course, more important than any of those broadcast are the webstreams on mlssoccer.com and espn3 for FC Dallas' games in the Disney Pro Soccer Classic (after the jump):
Feb. 25 - 5 p.m. B.K. Hacken vs FC Dallas
Feb. 28 - 7 p.m. Orlando City Soccer vs FC Dallas
Mar. 1 - 5 p.m. Toronto FC vs FC Dallas
Mar. 3 - 5 p.m. Consolation Game: TBD vs TBD
- 7 p.m. Championship Game: TBD vs TBD
Former FCD players not on TV this weekend:
Clarence Goodson's Brøndby IF (Denmark) - Though you should look for re-runs of his episode of Househunters International on HGTV. Pretty fun, and an interesting look at a part of international transfers (Norway to Denmark in this case) that you probably haven't thought about.
Juan Toja's Aris Thessaloniki (Greece)
Arturo Alvarez' F.C. Paços de Ferreira (Portugal)
I considered making this a regular feature, but realized that Ruiz and Davino's clubs are the only ones likely to get on TV in the states, and even those'd be in Spanish. So, I'll just recommend you check Goff's weekly TV post and your local listings if you want to check on such things.