Author Archives: James Griffo

Crystal Palace’s Impact

It was around this time I wrote a guest post about Crystal Palace and their outlook just a few weeks into the 2014-15 season. Palace’s first two seasons back in the Premier League were heart-attack inducing followed by infinite swooning. … Continue reading

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Artur Boruc: Bournemouth’s Backbone

  Robert Lewandowski is the first person that comes to mind when Polish football is being discussed; striker for Bayern with an immense finishing ability. Team wise, it’s usually Legia Warsaw. They have some nice goalkeepers; recently moved Wojciech Szczesny. … Continue reading

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NYCFC Diaries, Vol. 6: Pirlo Parties, Orlando CIty Almost Spoiling Them

30,042 people showed up to see Andrea Pirlo’s historic “baby blue” debut. Every once in a while, NYCFC’s PR department opened up certain section of the nosebleeds, something they usually do for Grade A games, and Andrea Pirlo’s first game for … Continue reading

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The NYCFC Diaries, Vol. 5: New York Derby, Part Deux

The Twitter account campaigned to light up the Empire State Building in vibrant blue colors; it did. #WINNYCFC was the slogan every NYCFC fan went by on Twitter and even in real life. The fans’ derby build-up wishes came to … Continue reading

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The NYCFC Diaries, Vol. 4: Tyler Deric, John the Newcastle Fan, The First NYCFC Spot Kick and…JESÚS NAVAS AND DAVID SILVA

I took a writing break from NYCFC’s last match against the Fire, which—by the way— was awe-inspiring. Thanks, Khiry Shelton, for your 90th minute brilliance and NYCFC as a collective playing with 10 men. Anyways, enjoy volume four below, because lots … Continue reading

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Will Florentino Perez Ever Learn?

Things have been pretty eventful for La Liga’s top two. Last Sunday marked Xavi’s final, melancholy goodbye to Barcelona, and yesterday, Real Madrid fans (ranging from new to old) said goodbye – in rather frustrating fashion – to Carlo Ancelotti. … Continue reading

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Steven Gerrard Farewell Tribute

As we all know, Steven Gerrard won’t be wearing Scouser red anymore after this season. So, last night, I decided to make a Gerrard tribute video. I felt obligated to make one, because he really is one of the best … Continue reading

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