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Tag Archives: Simon Kuper

How Popular Is The World Cup?

Posted on by Jesse Chula
Netherlands' midfielder Wesley Sneijder

As the 2010 World Cup approaches like a runaway train down a slick international track, a mob of detractors and naysayers are queuing up a mile long to have their say against the legitimacy of soccer in the USA and … Continue reading

Simon Kuper Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

One of the co-authors of Soccernomics, Simon Kuper is also an expert on Dutch soccer. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz podcast, I talk to Simon about the romance surrounding the Oranje, when we learned about the team … Continue reading

Simon Kuper Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

One of the co-authors of Soccernomics, Simon Kuper is also an expert on Dutch soccer. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz podcast, I talk to Simon about the romance surrounding the Oranje, when we learned about the team … Continue reading

What the World Cup Means To Me: Download the Free eBook

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It gives me great pleasure to announce the launch of a brand-new eBook today entitled What The World Cup Means To Me. The free eBook, published by EPL Talk sister site World Cup Buzz, features stories from some of the … Continue reading

US vs England – A Soccernomics Analysis

Posted on by Eric Altshule

Simon Kuper and Stefan Syzmanski titled the American version of their new book Soccernomics (review is here), but their title for the release in the UK is Why England Lose.  In the book, Kuper and Syzmanski identified the US as a … Continue reading

Soccer By the Numbers: Soccernomics Book Review

Posted on by Eric Altshule

Over the past decade or so, there has been an odd trend of political and financial analysts, economists and behaviorists writing books analyzing sports.  Some of these books have shifted the paradigm in those sports like Michael Lewis’ baseball analysis … Continue reading

Premier League Stories You May Have Missed: 6 February

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you’re bored with the same old story lines in the Premier League that are repeated on blogs and websites around cyberspace, choose from the following Premier League-related articles that you may enjoy instead: ECB Abandon Plans for English Premier … Continue reading