Drew Farmer

An American writer living and working in Manchester, England, Drew specializes in sports, travel and leisure, with experiencing writing for print and online media outlets from around the world.

STORIES BY Drew Farmer

Where the top European clubs are playing friendlies this summer

Summer is just around the corner and that means BBQs, pool parties and top European soccer clubs traversing the world to play offseason friendlies. The big boys of UEFA already have detailed plans for tours across the globe. Moreover, new friendlies drop seemingly every week. Some clubs have already confirmed their summer plans. Others are […]

Tottenham edge past Brighton with controversy packed 2-1 win

Tottenham Hotspur got away with a win on Saturday, as they claimed a 2-1 victory over Brighton at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in controversial style.  Brighton manager Robert De Zerbi will feel hard done by poor referring decisions. De Zerbi and Tottenham interim coach Cristian Stellini were sent off just before the hour-mark, adding to […]


/ 171 days ago

Wolves ruin Lampard's Chelsea return with 1-0 win

Frank Lampard’s return to Chelsea started in disaster, as the Blues were beaten 1-0 by Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux.  Lampard returned to Chelsea as interim manager in midweek following the sacking of Graham Potter.  Despite the managerial change, Chelsea slumped to defeat against a Wolverhampton team battling against relegation. Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes scored in […]


/ 180 days ago

Bureaucratic USSF procrastinates over USMNT coach decision

The USMNT had a respectable showing at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The side achieved relatively what was expected of them, no more, no less. Coming out of the World Cup, hopes would have been high for the next World Cup cycle. With a rising crop of talent to choose from and co-hosting responsibilities for […]

Apple TV

/ 182 days ago

Ted Lasso, season 3: A take from an American in Manchester

Okay, I’ll admit it. Ted Lasso has a certain charm to it. The charm is something like that old, tattered soccer jersey I can’t bring myself to toss out despite the dog chewing a few holes in it. Even if the badge is starting to come off, I still wear it occasionally. Yet, I can’t […]

Carlos Bacca

/ 2808 days ago

These 5 strikers are lighting up Serie A

Week 20 of the Serie A season saw 33 goals scored across the league’s 10 matches. Long stereotyped as a defensive league, no game in week 20 finished with a 0-0 score line. On form and fueling attacking soccer, top-class strikers led fans through another exciting weekend of calcio. Now, with just over half the […]