Substitutes Become Heros at The World Cup

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The World Cup in Brazil is already on course to being one of the greatest ever – with upsets, stunning performances, dark horses on the rise and not to mention, loads of goals, this tournament has been a far cry to the one in South Africa just four years ago. However, one aspect that has stood out compared to other ... Read More »

Klinsmann’s New Roster Wins World Cup Tune-Up 2-0


Since Landon Donovan was left off the 23 man World Cup roster there have been a lot of questions about Jurgen Klinsmann’s player evaluations. Where would the goal scoring come from? Where is the creativity going to come from? Who can the U.S. call on late in a match to provide a spark? Some questions were answered when the U.S. ... Read More »

Does Santi Cazorla have Cesc Appeal?

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Santi Cazorla is surely contender for the premier league’s best import this year. With 11 goals and 6 assists this season he is rapidly becoming a serious threat to anyone Arsenal Faces. Does he however have the ability to make arsenal forget the Gut Wrenching betrayal from their former young captain, Fabregas now plying his trade in Barcelona. While Cesc ... Read More »

Scotty and Joey give Gareth Bale the Kiss of Death

Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale, best winger Britain has produced in decades or the worst diver the premier league has ever seen? Love him or hate him Bale can definitely not be ignored. His run of form in recent games has been incredible, whether by ”winning” free kicks or bombing down the wings Bale has singlehandedly made Spurs look like a champions league ... Read More »

The Five Biggest Premiership Disappointments this Season


With Manchester united running away with the title and nobody (nobody who matters anyway) really caring who gets relegated we have decided to look at who are the 5 biggest disappointments in the premiership this season. Here’s the list feel free to disagree, but know that you will be wrong if you do. Manchester City – this is a no ... Read More »

2013 Champions League Outlook – Last 16 – First Leg


After a long winter break the Champions League returned with a bang featuring a lot of exciting match-ups in the last 16 round after it filtered through a lot of the minnows of European football and the most undeserving Champions League winners of recent memory (The Blues Anyone?). Talk about karma… All the teams that made-it out of the group ... Read More »

Dealing With Youth Soccer Parents

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Let’s tackle the issues you will have with the parents as a coach.  Parents at the youth level are very competitive because soccer is not a very well known sport to the average person.  Most parents will think they know more than you, can do a better job than you and will criticize your every move.  You cannot let this ... Read More »

Bradley To The EPL?


U.S. Mens National Team coach Bob Bradley has confirmed he is interested in the opening at Aston Villa in the English Premier League. Bradley remains under contract with the national team until the end of the year and is currently in the midst of talking with the United States Soccer Federation about an extension. There are many who believe that ... Read More »

U.S. Soccer Announces Friendly With Poland

The U.S. Mens National Team will take on Poland in their next match on October 9th at Soldier Field .  This will fall upon an international fixture date which will allow the European based players to play with the team.  Although, there is a major MLS scheduling issue as some key players will play with their clubs two days prior ... Read More »