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  1. Islanders Advance

    USL-1 has placed a team in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Champions League, just a day after the last MLS representative the Houston Dynamo were embarrassed in Cancun at the hands of Atlante. Yesterday we discussed tactics on this site: … Continue reading

  2. Why Aren’t More Premier League Clubs Using the iPod?

    Apple’s iPod is a magical little device. It has disseminated knowledge, has alleviated boredom, has provided a personal soundtrack and, most crucially, has eliminated virtually the mutually dreaded “stop and chat” with awkward acquaintances. After last weekend’s rocking Carling Cup … Continue reading

  3. When Did It Go Wrong For Hull City?

    In light of the news of Phil Brown “attacking” Geovanni, many football fans are wondering, when did it go wrong for Hull? As the season started, fans and pundits alike were raving about the breath of fresh air he brought … Continue reading

  4. MLS and Miami: A Look Back, A Look Ahead

    The Miami/Fort Lauderdale metropolitan area will continue to be the most populated urban area in the US or Canada without an MLS franchise. Yesterday’s announcement that Marcelo Claure and Barcelona are out of the running for a team confirms much … Continue reading

  5. The Sync: Mainz 1-0 Schalke

    Mainz assured us of a lower division team in the semi-finals of the DFB Pokal. This evening they they upset Schalke 04 at home in front of a sold out Bruchweg. Most of the game had been a domination of … Continue reading

  6. Marin to Leave in the Summer?

    Bild is reporting that Marko Marin will leave cellar-dwelling Borussia Mochengladbach at the end of the season. This comes as little surprise, as most of us assumed that unless Gladbach escaped relegation, the wonderkid would move to greener pastures, especially … Continue reading

  7. The Beckham Deal: MLS Loses

    David Beckham is staying at the San Siro until June, according to the Los Angeles Times. He then will return the Galaxy when the MLS International Transfer Window opens. This will essentially be a loan deal for the final thirteen … Continue reading