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Top 10 Most-Viewed Stories On World Soccer Talk During 2013

top 10 records Top 10 Most Viewed Stories On World Soccer Talk During 2013

The year 2013 was a hectic one. On top of all of the seasons being played around the world, there was the Confederations Cup, the controversies regarding Qatar, managers galore getting sacked, Gareth Bale being sold for a record transfer fee and so much more.

Instead of seeing, reading or hearing about the “same old headlines” that make the news at the end of the year, we thought we’d do something different by sharing with you the top 10 most-viewed stories of the year that appeared on World Soccer Talk, which paints a picture of what many of our readers found most important.

The top 10 most viewed articles on World Soccer Talk in 2013 were:

1. Everything You Need to Know About NBC’s Coverage of the Premier League by Christopher Harris

2. Millwall Hooligans Clash With Fans and Police at Wembley FA Cup Semi-Final by Christopher Harris

3. 4 Reasons To Be Excited About FIFA 14 by Harry Cee

4. No Longer A Secret: Gedion Zelalem Shines For Arsenal by Jack Tomczuk

5. Manchester United Fans Have Broken Sir Alex Ferguson’s Plea to Stand By Their New Manager by Peter Quinn

6. Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher Analyze How David Luiz Is Changing Defending in the EPL by Christopher Harris

7. Why the Best is Yet to Come From Manchester United’s Shinji Kagawa by Jason Poon

8. The Top 20 Greatest Soccer Club Teams Of All Time, Complete With Video Evidence by Josh Harris

9. Why Jose Mourinho is the Only Manager to Save Fernando Torres by Abe Asher

10. Ian Wright’s Embarrassing Commentary Against Chelsea Fans On FOX Soccer Sours a Brilliant Game by Christopher Harris

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About Christopher Harris

Founder and publisher of World Soccer Talk, Christopher Harris is the managing editor of the site. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Guardian and several other publications. Plus he has made appearances on NPR, BBC World, CBC, BBC Five Live, talkSPORT and beIN SPORT. Harris, who has lived in Florida since 1984, has supported Swansea City since 1979. He's also an expert on soccer in South Florida, and got engaged during half-time of a MLS game. Harris launched EPL Talk in 2005, which was rebranded as World Soccer Talk in 2013.
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3 Responses to Top 10 Most-Viewed Stories On World Soccer Talk During 2013

  1. Smokey Bacon says:

    My Lions at #2!!! Who would have thought that story would make the top 10.

    Great idea for a top 10. I’m quite proud of some of my posts reading them back. But then, I’ve been drinking!

    Happy new year Gaffer and all at World Soccer Talk!

  2. Dean Stell says:

    Very interesting. In addition to writing the stray piece for this site, I’ve been writing for a multi-user comic book review site for the last ~5 years. It’s always fascinating to me to see what topics/articles are popular. Sometimes, the popular pieces are no-brainers: “OF COURSE! Reviews of The Walking Dead are popular because 15MM people watch each episode.”

    But, sometimes articles just take off for odd reasons. I reviewed an obscure graphic novel a few years ago called Marijuanaman that was written by Ziggy Marley. I think they sold about 20 copies of this book, but because my review got featured on several Marley family member websites, it got an explosive number of hits.

    You never know…..

    Anyhow, thanks for sharing. It’s kinda like a time capsule to look back at these items.

  3. Mufc77 says:

    I’m surprised a Gus Johnson appreciation thread didn’t make the top 10.

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