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 http://www.kingdomeofseattlesports.com/ and http://knowhitter.com/. 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.
Future is bright in Turin for reigning champions Juventus
Future is bright in Turin for reigning champions Juventus

Juventus faced Barcelona in the Champions League final with what can definitively be called a veteran team. The Old Lady started Gianluigi Buffon, Patrice Evra, Andrea Barzagli, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez, all of whom are over 30 years of age. With Pirlo and Tevez departing, the Bianconeri […]

Does AS Roma need to purchase a new goalkeeper?
Does AS Roma need to purchase a new goalkeeper?

Rebounding from a year when the club yet again failed to reclaim the Serie A title from Juventus, Roma will no doubt look to better their northern rivals during the upcoming season.  One of the capital club’s biggest strengths is its depth. The Romans have a well-stocked midfield at present […]

Carlos Bacca reaches agreement with AC Milan
Carlos Bacca reaches agreement with AC Milan

A.C. Milan is about to add some more firepower to help Jeremy Menez up front. Menez, the club’s only double-digit goal scorer, will soon be joined by prolific striker Carlos Bacca. Sure, attacking midfielders like Giacomo Bonaventura and Keisuke Honda chipped in with goals (seven and four respectively), but the […]

Juventus’ signings cement team’s place amongst European elite
Juventus’ signings cement team’s place amongst European elite

Juventus made enormous strides last season in terms of reclaiming its place amongst Europe’s best. After years of dominating domestically, the Bianconeri finally broke through in the UEFA Champions League. The Old Lady beat the likes of Real Madrid, Monaco and Borussia Dortmund on the way to reaching the final […]

FC Barcelona announces USA/Mexico summer tour
FC Barcelona announces USA/Mexico summer tour

Barcelona is coming to America. Or, rather the Americas, as the Catalan club announced they will tour the United States and Mexico this summer. The Blaugrana have been down this road before with preseason trips across the Atlantic in 2003, 2006, 2009 and 2011, visiting the likes of Seattle, Monterrey, […]

Where Are They Now: Previous Winners of Soccer’s Golden Boy Trophy
Where Are They Now: Previous Winners of Soccer’s Golden Boy Trophy

Liverpool youngster Raheem Sterling is Europe’s latest recipient of the “Golden Boy” award. The award has been given since 2003 to the continent’s finest player under 21-years-old. Sterling inserted himself as a regular presence in both the Liverpool squad and the England team, earning a spot on the team that […]

Read Our Progress Report on Juventus’ Performances for October-November
Read Our Progress Report on Juventus’ Performances for October-November

Juventus is on a roll at the present moment. Dating back to a late October road loss to Greek giants Olympiakos in the Champions League that jeopardized the team’s chances in Europe, the Bianconeri have reeled off five straight wins. However, the last two victories are the most impressive – […]

Potential Arturo Vidal Sale Leaves Juventus With A Healthy Reinvestment Headache
Potential Arturo Vidal Sale Leaves Juventus With A Healthy Reinvestment Headache

Dating back to the summer transfer window, Arturo Vidal’s name has been mentioned more than most in transfer speculation columns. Juventus refused to sell the Chilean midfielder in the summer, but may follow a different line of thinking during the January transfer window. Claudio Marchisio’s re-emergence as well as the […]

Bayern Munich Reaping The Benefits Of A Rewarding Summer Transfer Window
Bayern Munich Reaping The Benefits Of A Rewarding Summer Transfer Window

In transfer windows, elite teams generally spend more money than their lesser counterparts. This is due to more success and larger war chests. Bayern Munich has pulled something of a U-turn on that school of thought. The team had to spend a justifiably large wad of cash on AS Roma […]

Napoli: Spending Big Hasn’t Always Led to Winning Big
Napoli: Spending Big Hasn’t Always Led to Winning Big

Ever since Rafa Benitez took charge at SSC Napoli, the Naples based club has splashed the cash. In a spending spree partly fueled by the sale of Edinson Cavani, the Partenopei remade their squad last off-season not only in an attempt to finally surpass Juventus atop Serie A, but also […]

Why Antonio Conte Should Take the Italy National Team Job
Why Antonio Conte Should Take the Italy National Team Job

With Juventus coach Antonio Conte’s departure from Juventus sending shockwaves around the soccer world, there is one silver-lining to be taken from the situation. Yes it will be a quick period of change for Juve, but considering the experience of the team, they should recover quickly. After all, they have […]

World Cup 2014: A New Era of Change for Spain
World Cup 2014: A New Era of Change for Spain

Spain encountered a tough group at the 2014 World Cup, that’s the preface I’m going with. Yes, Spain had a tough group, and it isn’t too shocking that they were eliminated from a group with Chile and the Netherlands. Losing in a tough group is a little more acceptable than […]

Italy and Uruguay Preview: Win or Go Home for Former Champs
Italy and Uruguay Preview: Win or Go Home for Former Champs

It’s do or die for both Italy and Uruguay tomorrow at 12pm EST/9am PST. With mighty England already unceremoniously crashing out and upstart Costa Rica with its’ ticket punched, there is only one spot left in the knockout rounds for Group D. For the Azzurri to advance they need a […]