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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Montreal Impact could’ve pulled off a dual punch in the Eastern Conference this year way back last December. All they had to do was select Andy Gruenebaum from the Columbus Crew in the 2011 Expansion Draft.
Once in awhile I get a great idea. It’s just unfortunate that I usually don’t follow through with my ideas by putting them into action. I was told not so long ago that this could be due to Attention Deficit … Continue reading
There are two remaining games in the US Open Cup before the final. That means another round of predictions, albeit a truncated version. With all four teams remaining being MLS clubs, I’m thinking it’ll be an all-out slugfest with top … Continue reading
To kick things off (pun not intended), I think we first need to look at the tangible; the physical world. Material challenges pose one of the biggest obstacles that American sports, especially soccer, need to navigate around. So let us … Continue reading
There’s been a lot of talk lately about what sort of format is the most ideal for MLS. Whether it’s the single-table crowd versus the conference crowd; or the promotion/relegation proponents versus the traditional American major/minor league favorites; there are … Continue reading