One hundred is a really big number, and it’s honestly a little mind-boggling that I’ve now written that many of these link round ups. They’re easily the laziest updates I post to WSOTP. They’re nothing more than the fruits of me gleaning the internet for content that’s not my own in order to pacify you until I have the time to finish content that is. But with ten links per update, that means with this posting that I’ve now shared one thousand links with you. And considering that I probably read another 15-20 articles per link that I actually share in these… I now see why my wife thinks I spend too much time on my phone/tablet/computer.
But even if it is a little bit filler on this site, I still think it’s a noble pursuit to share the best of the best out there. After all, this isn’t the only resource for quality soccer content on the web — as much as I would prefer you to believe that.
Also, to celebrate the occasion: I also thought I’d reveal a little secret about these posts if you hadn’t already figured it out: mousing over the links will reveal further commentary. So yes, I do actually use more than ten words. Why? Because this is my site, and I can make up whatever rules I want. Anyway, enjoy the 100th edition.
Odds of UEFA/Germany actually leaving FIFA? VERY slim. – theguardian.com
Rigged World Cup 2026 host revealed. – telegraph.co.uk
But seriously, Garcia needs to leak that report. – nbcsports.com
Expansion draft rules: as murky as everything else MLS. – mlssoccer.com
I’d love for this to be the WSOTP World HQ. – curbed.com
Cheers to my boy Craig for pointing this one out to me.
The making of Wayne Rooney’s 100th cap. – theoriginalwinger.com
Howler‘s expose on Tinfoil Ted makes him seem somewhat human. – vice.com
More Qatar-based tomfoolery at PSG. – goal.com
So… how are NYCFC any different from Chivas USA? – empireofsoccer.com
Why Everton, Liverpool, Spurs and United are struggling this season. – sbnation.com