ten words or less #106

ClintDempsey

If you haven’t noticed, things have been pretty busy around these parts lately. Podcats have been coming out rather frequently. There’s been an uptick in original written pieces lately, too. We’ve gotten back into hosting events as well, as was evident with our Derby Saturday watch parties at our favorite soccer bar — Rhinehaus — here in Cincinnati. And believe it or not, the results of our WSOTP Promotion & Relegation Survey should start filtering out here soon too.

We hope to keep the content continuing to stream out here on a more regular basis, but as you might expect, we can’t give you original stuff quite every day. So to keep you entertained in the mean time — as if the numerous league, cup and preseason matches going on right now around the globe and a new US kit to complain about weren’t enough — here’s another sampling of our favorite stories from around the web over the last week or so.

WSOTP tabbed as “MLS blog to read ahead 2015 season”. – dranandvora.com

The Premier League TV deal forcing others to take action. – espnfc.com

USL has that ambition bug. – americansoccernow.com

Spurs rightfully made to pay for a prior sin. – bbc.com

Deuce is too old, but Dom Dwyer could work… – theoriginalwinger.com

There’s a lot to the Arrigo Sacchi racism comments. – theguardian.com

So does Barça like Cincinnati for it’s talent… or money? – cincinnati.com

 Cue Catalunyan outrage. – football-shirts.co.uk

Free agency is inevitable. The league needs it. – prostamerika.com

David Bentley is still playing… just not as you’d think. – independent.ie

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