For years on end, a major issue has plagued the sport we know as the beautiful game. This illness is the discrimination of the LGBTQ+ community and must be addressed now.
If we could go back in time to the spring of 2017, what would we experience as observers of European football? The success of teams from Spain, I would argue, would be a big ingredient to understanding the 2016/17 season in football. Four teams in the Round of 16, two in the semi-finals (both Madrid-based), … Continue reading What’s Going on in Madrid: An Analysis
On Tuesday night, a mostly empty stadium in the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad and Tobago played host to the United States national team. A straightforward win – or even a draw – against a lowly T&T side would see the Americans through the hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying. Unfortunately, for the millions of … Continue reading Land of the Fail: Action necessary as United States out of World Cup
Manchester City have spent upwards of €200 million in a transfer window yet to close. The squad’s major weaknesses – full-backs, goalkeeper, and young first team players – have all been addressed. One other concern hasn’t quite been touched upon though: center-backs. Ajax’s star defender Davinson Sánchez has made the move to English rivals Tottenham … Continue reading Manchester City’s Transfer Blunder: Davinson Sánchez