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Lessons Learned from Giornata 11

A Halloween weekend for the 11th matchday saw tricks and treats for various clubs, players and managers.  In honor of the holiday, we will take a look at those who got their candy this weekend and those who got toilet papered. Treat: Inter Milan on Top An expected win by […]

Why I Love Football Vol. 1 – Last Gasp Goals

Hi Guys, I’m here with my first post. I’m going to be doing a weekly post on the reasons why I love the beautiful game so much. This week I will be starting, ironically, with last gasp goals. It doesn’t matter how they are scored, whether it’s a tap in […]

Replacing David Beckham… (Bend It Like Walcott?)

Until Fabio Capello took the wheel at England FC, I had this vision of an England World Cup qualifier 40 years from now: England are facing Croatia (who else) in a must-win fixture. The Three Lions are playing with ten men, though nobody’s been ejected. On 25 minutes, Luca Modric […]

Nerves Will Destroy Stewart Downings England Career

Why can’t Stewart Downing show us the form that makes him such a sought after player when he pulls on the England shirt? There is no doubting that at Premier League level, Downing is one of the most dangerous and creative players in the country but after Saturdays performance against […]

England Respects David Beckham, Why Can’t We?

Say what you will about David Beckham, but at least the man isn’t on Twitter. Too bad in a way, because Beckham epitomizes the Internet age.  Thirty years ago, football’s ignominious sideshow used to be known only to players and pub owners; today, David Beckham has made the 24 hour […]

Stewart Downing: The Enigma

I’ve wondered for a long time what it is that managers see in Stewart Downing, particularly England managers. Since his first call up in February 2005, Downing has been pretty much been a regular in the England squad, but why? I don’t understand how one player can have gained 22 […]

Ciao David Beckham

In addition to covering the Houston Dynamo, I cover Serie A in particular and Calcio in general. Therefore, I have been paying close attention to the David Beckham situation. Much to the chagrin of my colleagues in Los Angeles, ever since the deal to loan Beckham to A.C. Milan, I […]

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Tigres Home Shirt For 2014: Official [PHOTOS]

Liga MX team Tigres this week unveiled their official home shirt for the 2014 season. The Mexican team will be wearing its familiar yellow colors. The shirt, designed by adidas, features a blue trim that’s used down the sleeves and on the collar, as well as the horizontal line that’s […]

Arouna Kone Excited Ahead of Everton Comeback

Arouna Kone feels like he is starting his career again ahead of his long-awaited comeback for Everton. The Ivory Coast striker followed Roberto Martinez from Wigan to Everton in the summer of 2013 but made just one start and five substitute appearances before suffering a knee injury last October. More […]

Gravesen Retires

Former Danish international and Real Madrid midfielder Thomas Gravesen announced his retirement on  Monday after months of being without a team.  For Gravesen, 32, it was the end after a tempetuous end of 2008. “I spent 12 fantastic seasons abroad and I played in four different countries for which I […]

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