All of us here at EPL Talk HQ are raising a glass to our readers and bloggers for your continued support. It’s been just over a week since the EPL Talk Community launched. In that time, we’ve seen more than 160 posts, and the first five bloggers have been very active.
Due to the popularity of the blogs, I decided to expand the feature and the following 5 people are now blogging also:
JLay: The Florida native adds a unique perspective on the beautiful game. Being a fan of other sports in America, JLay offers interesting comparisons and a wicked sense of humor. His first post introduces himself, while his second jaunt takes on Carlo Cuducini.
bcjohn02: bcjohn02 also takes on the topic of Carlo Cuducini, and offers an interesting breakdown of the recent Chelsea against Barcelona match with a minute-by-minute report.
Fowler1: The die-hard Liverpool fan posts a surprising post entitled “Why I Like Roman Abramovich.”
Hoodie: In his first post, Hoodie asks whether the game of soccer is getting too dangerous. Before you answer that question, read his post and the real-life experiences he’s witnessed after his long history being involved in soccer.
kkfla737: No posts as of yet, but one of his claims to fame is that he used to be a ballboy for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers during their glory years of the late 70s. True story.
You may notice that some of the bloggers are making full use of their creativity by designing their blog in their own style. Check out The BillEShears Blog and JLay.
Take a few minutes and read their brilliant posts. You may not agree with all of them, but you can definitely tell the bloggers care about the game we love.
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