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Author Archives: Jonathan Vera

This Week in Football History: Fergie Strikes Beckham With Boot

Posted on by Jonathan Vera

On February 15, 2003 the Manchester faithful lay in shock after United were eliminated from the FA Cup in the fifth round to Arsenal (2-0). But what was more shocking was seeing David Beckham exiting the locker room with stitches … Continue reading

This Week in Football History: Policeman Dies in Catania Clash

Posted on by Jonathan Vera

On February 2, 2007, Palermo traveled to Catania’s Stadio Angelo Massimino for a Sicilian derby that unfortunately changed football throughout Italy. The fixture commenced without Palermo supporters in the stands. They were not able to get into the stadium until … Continue reading

LA Galaxy Are Their Own Worst Enemies

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Last year, Los Angeles Galaxy had an incredible season. They dominated the first half and had a rocky second half, but still managed to stay atop the table despite the absence of David Beckham for the majority of the season, … Continue reading

Man United’s Eric Cantona Kung-Fu Kicks a Fan: This Week in Football History

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Fifteen years ago today, Manchester United took on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in a fixture that received worldwide attention. Well into the match Manchester United forward Eric Cantona and Eagles defender Richard Shaw got into a scuffle. Cantona was … Continue reading

This Week in Football History: The First Fixture was Broadcasted

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Eighty four years ago, the BBC brought forth onto Britain a new and revolutionary way to experience football. On January 22nd, 1927 a football fixture with live commentary was broadcasted for the very first time. The honors of this inaugural … Continue reading

Are Designated Player Signings Good or Bad For MLS?

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Last month the website commented on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Nicolas Anelka, Guillermo Franco and Adrian Mutu showing some interest in moving to America to play soccer, and how a move in the foreseeable future would be a good thing for MLS. … Continue reading

Real Madrid are the New York Yankees of La Liga

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There is no lead in. No amusing anecdote with a beautifully transitioned sentence to mention the topic at hand. No backstory of watching a Los Blancos match and noticing faint similarities. No. Simply put, Real Madrid of Spain’s La Liga … Continue reading

Life on the Loan: The Marco Borriello Story

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Before Serie A went under way this season, Milan was in a problematic situation worth of Manchester City, they had too many forwards. Five forwards to be exact were on the Red and Black payroll. Ronaldinho, Alexandre Pato, Marco Borriello, … Continue reading

Berhalter Re-Signs With Galaxy To Become Player-Assistant Coach

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On Tuesday afternoon the Los Angeles Galaxy came to terms with veteran defender Greeg Berhalter and re-signed him to a one year contract. With this new signing, Berhalter became the first player in team history to serve as player and … Continue reading

Where Would Landon Donovan Fit in England for a Loan Spell?

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The question of whether Landon Donovan will go back to the EPL this transfer window is still up in the air. The talk of Donovan being linked to going back to Everton or heading to Fulham or Newcastle is purely … Continue reading