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Author Archives: Edgar Mendoza

About Edgar Mendoza

I am a football fanatic; soccer is my passion. I am always watching a game or reading about it. My wife isn't always happy about that, but she accepts it. Perhaps our 6-month-old son will also drive her football crazy one day. My favorite club is FC Barcelona and, as you may have already guessed, Messi is one of my favorite players. This makes me very popular with some of my 11th grade English students at MacArthur Senior High School, but, unfortunately, there are always a few Madrista fans in the mix.

FC Barcelona Director Andoni Zubizarreta Sacked and Manager Luis Enrique Could be Next

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FC Barcelona has begun this new calendar year in the same way that they ended the previous one: with a large number of questionable tactics and horrendous mistakes. But like many of us, they’re doing their best to remedy the … Continue reading

Barcelona Can Use Winter Break to Instill More Leadership in The Ranks

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The joy of the holidays is in full swing once again. It is a time to celebrate, to rejoice, and to give thanks for the many blessings received during this past year. For many, however, it is also a time … Continue reading

el Clasico: The Fascinating History Behind Real Madrid vs Barcelona

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Our world has been saturated by the media’s constant attention to the wars and rivalries between nations, many of which have existed for centuries. This is a truth that most of us have simply learned to accept and a few … Continue reading

Alex Morgan Has The Skill And Charisma To Continue Landon Donovan’s Legacy as the Face of US Soccer

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In just a few days, U.S. soccer fans will witness the end of an era. This Friday, Landon Donovan will step onto the field as a national team player for the very last time, thus concluding one of, if not, … Continue reading

World Cup Fever Spreads Across US And Around the World

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The word patriotism should elicit names like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Paul Revere; it should conjure images of tea swimming in the Boston Harbor or of the 50-something men that signed a declaration in response to British aggression. What … Continue reading