1. Revised Post

    After some very enlightening commentary from readers and some soul searching I have revised my post of last week on conservatives and sports writers to just focus on the sports writers part. It was irresponsible of me to incite such … Continue reading

  2. Hull City To Go Down?

    Can anyone remember the last time Hull City won a Premier League game? December 6th at home to Middlesbrough was the last time. Since then, they have been very much in freefall.  When Hull first arrived in the Premiership, they … Continue reading

  3. Top 10 Soccer Bloggers

    It’s hard to imagine life without soccer blogs, but there was a time when they didn’t exist. Nowadays, they’re such a vital source of news, analysis, video highlights, humor and uncensored opinions. But who are the top soccer bloggers that … Continue reading

  4. The Set: Bayern Munich 1-2 Cologne

    I doubt many people expected Cologne’s visit to Allianz to produce one of the best games of the weekend, but Christophe Daum and his scrappy side went to Munich (with only one win in their last 15 visits) and shocked … Continue reading

  5. Ruhrpott Derby Observations

    Have you ever wondered what makes a true Derby and how the emotions of the Fans are affected by the spectacle? After this weekend’s Ruhrpott Derby between Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund (1:1) some of the blogs have interesting takes … Continue reading

  6. Interview: Andy Brassell

    Where it regards what BBC Radio 5 Live overnight presenter Dotun Adebayo has termed ‘Brazilian shirt names,’ Andy Brassell has gone by many in his professional career. ‘Top Brass.’ ‘The Lion of Lyon.’ ‘(Getting Down To) Brass Tacks.’ Even once, … Continue reading

  7. Carling Offer Fans More Personal Cup Final

    So the countdown to this years Carling Cup Final enters the final week of tension as Tottenham fans nervously await Sundays final, whilst Manchester United’s supporters will be as calm as anything. This year though, Carling have decided to give up 32 … Continue reading

  8. CONCACAF Champions League Previews

    The CONCACAF Champions League resumes Tuesday with three quarterfinals matchups involving sides from American based leagues. Houston vs Atlante The Dynamo have done well to get this far and boast a 4-0 win over Atlante in the opening group match … Continue reading