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Good vs. Evil: World Football’s Beautiful Struggle

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Published on : August 30, 2016

    For the undecided, uninitiated fan, world football can seem like an overwhelming array of options. The biggest teams on the planet have distinct histories, often colliding with world politics. Did you know that SS Lazio, in Rome, was Mussolini’s team? That Real Madrid was Francisco Franco’s […]

What’s the Devil’s Favorite Sport?

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Published on : July 23, 2016

    We already figured out the good side of the this story with Jesus and what he would play, so it seems only right to dive deep into the fiery rings of the inferno and have a conversation with the Prince of Darkness himself. This is […]

The Conflicted Radical’s Guide to Euro 2016 or How I Learned to Just Stop Worrying and Love Les Bleus

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Published on : July 10, 2016

    Just in time for France’s showdown against Portugal in the Euro 2016 Final, a white red who grew up wanting to be black explains why he’ll be cheering for Les Bleus. SBS presents the first installment in what will be a semi-regular series of rants […]

Euro Cup 2016 Final Preview

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Published on : July 9, 2016

    This Sunday July 10th, 2016 is the UEFA Euro Cup final. Host nation, France, will square off against Portugal for the title of best in Europe. Below is everything you need to know about both teams as we get ready for an epic showdown. So […]

Lionel Messi is over it

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Published on : June 28, 2016

      Lionel Messi is totally over it. Arguably the best player in the world, Messi has been the face of Argentina’s national team and the entire soccer world for years now. He just turned 29 and is playing the best football of his life. Routinely […]

USMNT still has a long way to go

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Published on : June 23, 2016

    Soccer is slowly becoming more and more popular here in the U.S. I just hope that what we all witnessed in the Copa America Centenario Semi-Final doesn’t turn too many new fans of the USMNT off from the game. Us Americans are pretty accustomed to […]

Power Kings: Leceister Wins It All

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Published on : May 3, 2016

    By now you’ve read the numbers, the plaudits, the hyperbole and celebration of it all. All deserved, scraped and fought for, Leceister City won the Barclays Premier League without actually playing on Monday. It was the heated cross-town rivalry between Tottenham Hotspurs and Chelsea Oligarchs […]

Dr James Andrews: Surgeon to the Stars

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Published on : February 19, 2016

    It used to be that if you blew out your knee, your career was over. Now it’s just a 6-8 month setback. Crazy advancements in medicine have allowed our top athletes to bounce back sooner and sometimes even stronger. We see this across all sports, […]

The Sports-Observer’s Paradox

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Published on : February 6, 2016

      According to noted scholar Erwin Tillinghast’s Wikipedia page, the Observer’s Paradox is described thusly:   In the social sciences, (and physics and experimental physics,) the observer’s paradox refers to a situation in which the phenomenon being observed is unwittingly influenced by the presence of […]

Barclays Premier League: Christmas Carousel

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Published on : December 30, 2015

    For anyone interested in watching footy in America, the Christmas season is unparalleled. Many teams in Barclays Premier League play an absurd three matches in a week, eschewing all reasonable expectations for the human body to maintain itself. Luckily, teams like Arsenal have already gone […]


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Published on : October 23, 2015

      Saturday October 10th, 2015. 6:30 PM PST. The Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA.       USA vs Mexico. Mostly a friendly match with a dash of CONCACAF drama. I had not planned on going to the game but my excellent friends wanted to and […]

Open Letter to Eva Carneiro and Arsenal

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Published on : August 13, 2015

    Dr. Carneiro, et al —   My name is Antoine. I live in America, and, according to my Facebook, I’m the Chief Technology Officer at Unemployed. I also write for this website, at times. Throughout my long and industrious career, my “bread and butter” has […]

Five Thoughts on Arsenal’s Win Over Chelsea

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Published on : August 2, 2015

              Arsène Wenger Overcomes José Mourinho for the first time in a hundred and fifty eight years, in a game with no meaning.       While it was clear that Chelsea was never in fifth gear, they pressed Arsenal for […]

A Note on Manchester United

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Published on : July 31, 2015

  Please bear in mind that this has nothing to do with performance or prediction; I have (so far) watched a single half of football played out by this team, this absurd, spoiled brat’s toy chest of a starting eleven called Manchester United. They have nonetheless beautifully encapsulated their […]

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