Monthly Archives: March 2015

The NYCFC Experience

The buildup was worth it, the wait was worth it, the long-ass subway rides were worth it and, of course, the win was totally worth it. In an environment where you would usually hear Yankee fans bitching and moaning about Alex Rodriguez’s … Continue reading

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Oh Louie, What Art Thou Doing?

This was supposed to go differently. I was ready to talk about Louis van Gaal’s lack of a footballing style – I wouldn’t call it a philosophy yet – and how his United side look so much the antithesis of … Continue reading

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Yoann Gourcuff: A Tortured Prodigy

Let’s take a trip back to August of 2010: it was just over a month since France self combusted in the World Cup unlike any country in recent memory, the 2010-11 Ligue 1 season was about to begin and one … Continue reading

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Mailbag: Spurs’ Defense, Mou’s Bus Preferences, Monaco’s Rebirth

Q: Will Tottenham ever find a back four that actually knows how to defend properly? A: Spurs have benefited a lot this season (and last and even the season before last) from Hugo Lloris’ talents. He’s has made no shortage of huge saves for … Continue reading

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