Category Archives: Soccer

Raul Sanllehi, the Man Behind Arsenal’s Record-Breaking Transfer Window

Richard Benites \ Aug 14th, 2019 

As of Thursday, August 8th, at 17:00 BST, the Premier League’s summer transfer window had officially come to an end. Many fans are buzzing from their clubs’ ambitious acquisitions, while others were left looking on in envy because their team was dealt a transfer ban or seemingly lacked funding. Continue reading

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Senegal And Algeria Meet In Africa Cup Of Nations Final

Dale Money | July 19th, 2019

The final of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, will finally come to a head this Friday afternoon in Cairo. With the top two scoring countries in the tournament, Algeria, and Senegal are getting their rematch. In the last five head to head games, Algeria has taken four of them. Continue reading

Christian Pulisic: The Hope of a Nation

Alex Perl | July 11th, 2019

Soccer is technically the most popular sport in the world, popular in almost every country perhaps, America maybe not so much. With the rise of soccer in video gaming (FIFA for example) over the last 10 years or so, the sport is gradually building a larger and steadier fan base in the states. With that being said, while more and more Americans don Messi and Ronaldo jerseys, one thing we have been deprived of is an American star. We have had some occasional flash in the pan stars like Tim Howard at the 2014 World Cup, or Landon Donovan, but never anyone to guarantee the sport is taking off here. That is until the arrival of one young American arrived in Germany, that man is Christian Mate Pulisic. Continue reading

USWNT to be celebrated with ticker-tape parade Wednesday in NYC

Michaela Smalley | July 9th, 2019

New York City is currently preparing to celebrate the four-time, FIFA Women’s World Cup Champions the U.S. Women’s National soccer team (USWNT) tomorrow morning with a ticker-tape parade celebration. The event will begin at 9:30 am ET in New York City. Fans from near and far will gather to share in the glory of a fourth U.S. World Cup victory with hopes of seeing the champs hoist the world cup trophy in person.  Continue reading

Gold Cup Final Preview

Dale Money | July 7th, 2019

A rivalry that dates back to 1934 in Italy, where they played in a World Cup Qualifier. Since then the USMNT has faced off with Mexico 67 times, with Mexico leading the series 34–15–19. It all comes to a head at Soldier Field in Chicago, this was ironically the site, where Mexico suffered it’s only Gold Cup final loss, 2-1 to the US back in 2007. Continue reading

Thank you, Next. Megan Rapinoe and the USWNT Breeze Past France to Move on to the World Cup Semifinals 

Michaela Smalley | June 29th, 2019

The game was physical and the crowd was wild. With 45,595 fans present at Parc des Princes, the U.S. Women’s National Team shattered France’s World Cup dreams with a 2-1 quarterfinals victory.

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