For the stateside football supporter who occasionally feels forever alone, Wrong Side of the Pond is a website made for — and by — the American soccer fan.
This is a short excerpt from my first featured post for Football Golazo, the new football site brought to you by UK-based journalist Kristian Sturt (@FootieWriter). To read it in it’s entirety, please click here or click the link at the end of the post. For years, … Continue reading
In the world of American professional sports, fresh starts aren’t exactly what I would call “rare”. Nary a year passes without some team in any of the major leagues — MLB, NBA, NFL or NHL for those who don’t follow other sports … Continue reading
According to information received from multiple trusted sources, Wrong Side of the Pond believes that the Dayton Dutch Lions will be moving their USL PRO franchise to Cincinnati for the 2015 season. Rumors place the club leaving their newly minted home at Dayton … Continue reading
It’s not an infrequent occurrence to hear someone describe soccer as their life. For many that I know — myself included — that’s a fairly accurate statement. I run a soccer website and spend a majority of my free time watching … Continue reading
The waiting game when publishing articles for other sites can be excruciating. I’ve got an article that I finished for one a few days ago, and I don’t know when it will go up. It might be tempting to reach out to the editor of that site and ask when it might go up. But as most writers will attest, you never want to get on the bad side of an editor — at least if you ever want to write for him again. So I wait. “Patiently”.
Luckily, I’ve got this nice links round up for you to keep you patiently waiting for new original content, too.
Del Bosque finally stepping down from Spain post in 2016. – nbcsports.com
How was this NOT a penalty? – youtube.com
I now want Bolton to be promoted so bad. – theoriginalwinger.com
One of the best of the flood of #ThanksLD videos. – mlssoccer.com
Shakhtar’s stadium damaged by a bomb blast in Donetsk. – donbass-arena.com
I wish more MLS teams would do collabos like this. – amongmen.com
Michel Platini wants “white cards” for dirty mouths. – theguardian.com
If I could find a wife, you’d think DaMarcus Beasley could. – soccergods.com