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Who has more talent?

Who has more talent?

I came across the following quote from a book I’ve been reading recently: “It takes more talent to score than to stop other people from scoring”. In terms of money, forwards do tend to make more money than defenders. But is it true that those who do the scoring are more talented than those who try and stop the scoring? What are your thoughts?

FIFA Proposes Yellow Card for Denying an Obvious Goal-Scoring Opportunity

FIFA Proposes Yellow Card for Denying an Obvious Goal-Scoring Opportunity

FIFA and IFAB (International Football Associations Board) have scheduled a meeting to discuss a new ruling that would downgrade a red card to a yellow for fouls that deny an obvious goal-scoring opportunity in the box, among other issues up for review. Continue reading »

The foosball table disguised as a coffee table!

The foosball table disguised as a coffee table!

My fiance and I were looking for a table for the upstairs living room, which is currently empty. While shopping last weekend, we happened to pass by a particular coffee table that peaked my interest. Not only was it a nice looking coffee table, which made her happy, there was a foosball table built into it, which made me very happy! Continue reading »

2009 MLS Goal Of The Year Nominees

2009 MLS Goal Of The Year Nominees

This is a compilation of the best goals in the MLS for the 2009 season. Which ones are your favorites? Please feel free to leave comments! Continue reading »

Why Soccer Won’t Be Huge In The U.S.

Why Soccer Won’t Be Huge In The U.S.

This is a great article that was posted at World Cup Buzz describing 5 reasons why soccer won’t ever make it as one of the top sports in the United States. Continue reading »

The Damned United

The Damned United

“The Damned United” is a new soccer movie being released in theaters on October 9th. “The Damned United” is the story of English legend Brian Clough’s 44 days of managing the reigning champions of English football, Leeds United in 1974. Continue reading »

Why the number?

Why the number?

Traditionally, jersey numbers were assigned based on the position you played on the field. Goalkeepers would have number 1 and then numbers would increase from there to defenders, midfielders, and forwards. Basically the starting lineup would have numbers 1 through 11 and then substitutes would have higher numbers. Continue reading »

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