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Gory, Gory Man United.

May 28, 2009 |

If no one else is willing to say it, let me be the first. Yesterday’s Champions League final clash between Manchester United and FC Barcelona wasn’t titanic or monumental. It wasn’t even a clash.  I almost drowned when I nodded off into my beer during the second half. Your average Man U fan, if you [...]

A LETTER TO STEVEN COHEN

April 22, 2009 |

Dear Mr. Cohen, First off, let me say I hope that you have an enjoyable trip down to Baltimore this summer to watch the AC Milan and Chelsea game. It will be a great showcase of the city’s fantastic soccer fan base as well as its massive potential for future fixtures. Secondly, why the hatred [...]

HILLSBOROUGH REMEMBERED

April 13, 2009 |

Twenty years ago, millions worldwide gazed on in horror as the worst sporting disaster in British history unfolded. Twenty years ago, 96 men, women and children – Liverpool fans all – died. In some cases, standing straight up. Wednesday marks the 20th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster. On April 15th, 1989 during the FA Cup [...]

BALTIMORE PICKED FOR INTERNATIONAL CLUB TEAM PRESEASON CLASH

March 25, 2009 |

After 10 years, M&T Bank stadium will host its first ever professional soccer event. With Serie A giants, AC Milan, set to square off against English Premier League heavyweights Chelsea FC on July 24th at 8pm, it seems good things do come to those that wait. With both teams’ preseason in full swing and the [...]

SHUT YER RAFA

January 29, 2009 |

It’s a strange world English Football. Only here can a man who is dropping the proverbial corporate ball, be allowed to demand that the company give him more of the ball. That was never intended to be funny. There is nothing amusing about what Rafa Benitez is doing – or failing to do – at [...]