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Things haven’t gone according to plan in the red half of Manchester the last couple seasons. Sir Alex Ferguson sealed his legendary career two seasons ago with one last title before sailing off into the sunset that is the Old Trafford’s … 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
Let me start this off by saying that, without a doubt, few people have had a more profound impact on the American soccer landscape than Landon Timothy Donovan. Well before Freddy Adu ever graced the cover of Sports Illustrated or had … Continue reading
When it comes to interviews, if you look at my track record, it’s pretty clear that I’ll talk to just about anyone from the game of football. And while I’m more than happy to talk to any player from the professional … Continue reading
Transfers were on our minds as we recorded the third episode of the season of the WSOTP Podcast. Big names on the move, both domestically and abroad, dominated our conversation this week. And Jeremy and D.J. not only pontificate on the merits of quite a few those big ones, but also on who should and shouldn’t be making some last minute moves before the European window slams shut next week. That being in addition to the usual thoughts on the weekend action in England and America. Too, they once again nominated their Winners and Wankers from the past week and answered some questions from some of our faithful listeners. So grab a drink and saddle up for another edition of your favorite podcast.
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