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Author Archives: Drew Farmer

MLS Supporters’ Shield Still Has Few Guarantees and Little Significance

Posted on by Drew Farmer

In the 16 previous Major League Soccer seasons, nine different franchises have lifted the top prize in United States and Canadian soccer – the MLS Cup – following the league’s playoffs. Since 1999, the league has given a secondary trophy … Continue reading

The 7 Greatest Soccer Movies Of All Time

Posted on by Drew Farmer

Even though soccer is the world’s most popular sports, there’s a surprising lack of films about the beautiful game. In America, it seems that there are more movies about college football than the soccer variety. But we’ve combed the video … Continue reading

Can Sporting KC Emulate Last Season’s Success?

Posted on by Drew Farmer

Sporting KC began the 2011 season on March 19, defeating Chivas USA 3-2 at the Home Depot Center. Nine away matches later, the club opened their new state-of-the-art stadium, Livestrong Sporting Park, playing out a nil-nil draw with the Chicago … Continue reading

It’s Time For MLS To Get Serious About New England Revolution

Posted on by Drew Farmer

Mention the word contraction in American sports circles and many fans will shudder. It was this word that was mentioned in the mid-90s by Major League Baseball in hopes of dissolving teams in markets that made little money. However, MLB … Continue reading

Can Papiss Demba Cisse Help Newcastle United Qualify for the Europa League?

Posted on by Drew Farmer

In December 2010, Newcastle United was making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Chris Hughton was sacked, Mike Ashley was up to his typical tactics and a month later Andy Carroll was sold to Liverpool for more than $50 million. … Continue reading

The Return Of The King: Robbie Keane Finds Gold For Aston Villa Against Wolves

Posted on by Drew Farmer

One day Robbie Keane will write/dictate his autobiography, and it will be filled with fantastic stories of playing football for some major clubs, living in Italy and the USA and full of scoring goals. Keane marked his full Aston Villa … Continue reading

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Flirting With Relegation, Year Three

Posted on by Drew Farmer

Wolverhampton Wanderers were off to a flying start this season picking up seven points from a possible nine. Unfortunately for Wolves reality has set in and the team hasn’t gained a point in their last five. Losses to Tottenham, QPR, … Continue reading