Author Archives: Ben Rosener

About Ben Rosener

Born and raised in the Seattle area, Ben Rosener is an avid Seahawks, Sonics, Detroit Tigers and Juventus FC fan. He is a high school senior who is also the editor and founder of and Ben loves the city of Seattle and will cover the city’s sports teams throughout his professional life. In addition to loving Seattle and its teams, Ben also is a staunch supporter of Adam Silver, or for that matter, anyone who isn’t David Stern running the NBA. He doesn’t always refer to himself in the third person.

Liverpool, Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Other European Teams That Capitalized on Recent Transfer Windows

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Everton signs Gareth Barry

For a team to improve over the course of a few transfer windows, they often must bring in key players who greatly improve the team while also letting the right players leave in order to make way for upgrades. Tottenham … Continue reading

Should AC Milan Cash In on Mario Balotelli? The Pros and Cons of Selling The Italian International

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Mario Balotelli is one of the most gifted strikers on the planet. Capable of truly awesome displays, the AC Milan striker can carry a team with his prolific goal scoring. He did just that for the Rossoneri last season as … Continue reading

Juventus’s 3 Biggest Challenges in Switching to a 4-3-3 Formation

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Juventus has run rampant through Serie A by employing a 3-5-2 formation that utilizes wing-backs. However, this formation has haunted the Italian giants in Europe as it failed to produce against Bayern Munich in last season’s quarterfinals. It was also … Continue reading

Spain, Germany, Italy and England’s Midfield-Striker Dichotomy at World Cup 2014

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The World Cup will dominate television sets this summer and per usual, most of the elite European nations (as well as a few South American teams) will be considered as favorites, or at the very least serious contenders. There’ll be … Continue reading

Paris Saint-Germain’s Deconstruction of Serie A

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Italian soccer has declined as of late. While domestic kings Juventus look on track to claim their third straight scudetto, the rest of Serie A is suffering. The league is not what it once was. Gone are European powers Inter … Continue reading