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Author Archives: Matthew Levine

New York Red Bulls Win Emirates Cup

Posted on by Matthew Levine

The Red Bulls completed their participation in the Emirates Cup on Sunday and they aren’t returning to the States empty-handed. They will return stateside as the 2011 Emirates Cup champion. Here is a look at their performance in the tournament … Continue reading

Is An Attacking Midfield The Missing Piece To The Man United Puzzle?

Posted on by Matthew Levine

Sir Alex Ferguson has already signaled his intent to the rest of the Premier League and world soccer, snatching up Phil Jones, Ashley Young and David De Gea for around £60 million. Sir Alex Ferguson and United are surely not … Continue reading

Samir Nasri to a Premier League Rival Is The Wrong Direction For Arsenal

Posted on by Matthew Levine

There have been many transfer rumors regarding Samir Nasri. The three most prominent have been to Manchester United,  Manchester City and now, as a late development on Friday evening, Chelsea. Surely Arsenal cannot sell one of their best players to … Continue reading

Should Christopher Samba Follow Phil Jones Out Of Blackburn?

Posted on by Matthew Levine

In many sports the old adage is defense wins champions. Although Blackburn has struggled to be in the top half of the table recently, their defense was a key to avoiding relegation. With the departure of Phil Jones to Manchester … Continue reading

Can New York Red Bulls End Its Winless Streak Against The Revolution?

Posted on by Matthew Levine

Friday night sees the New York Red Bulls take on the New England Revolution. The Red Bulls went winless for the month of May going 0-2-4 and added another draw to begin June. That leaves them seven games without a … Continue reading