Tag Archives: World Cup

Formatting MLS, Part 4: Global Tradition, American Appeal

The debate between the so-dubiously-called “Euro-snobs” and the more “nationalistic” American soccer fans has created a clash of philosophies about the sport. Should we become more like Europe and adopt the Old World system of the game completely, or should … Continue reading

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Replacing War

In 1969, Honduras and El Salvador fought a pretty gruesome war over immigration. Usually referred to as The Football War, this conflict came to a head during qualifying for the 1970 World Cup where both nations faced off in an … Continue reading

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Crisis in Carson; Or, How I Came to Love the LA Galaxy

Coming off of some disturbing comments from Landon Donovan, it seems natural to me to arrive at the question of “What would a post-Donovan LA Galaxy look like?”.

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