The words have again slowed to a trickle here at WSOTP recently, and as I usually do, I’m plugging the hole with another links round up. It’s not that there isn’t plenty to write about — I have a really long list of items that I’d like to get to — I just haven’t had the time to do so lately. But trust that I have still been hard at work on a number of projects behind the scenes that will hopefully see the light of day in the near future. And new #Pondcasts are still dropping regularly on Tuesdays, so we’re not leaving you totally deprived of WSOTP’s perspective — check back tomorrow for our latest episode!
In the mean time, I hope you feel satisfied with these interesting links from around the world of soccer.
Why haven’t you signed up for our FIFA Tournament yet? – wrongsideofthepond.com
While awesome in theory, can the players take it on? – bloomberg.com
Could MLS be over doing it on social media? – helltownbeer.com
And you thought your last match’s referee was a prick. – mirror.co.uk
The American lower leagues are experiencing some growing pains.
– theouterdrive.wordpress.com (FYI: audio Link)
You rarely hear about player’s fandom these days. – theguardian.com
Zlatan to Miami in 2017? The team start in 2018… – nbcsports.com
A deeper (historical) look at MLS’ new salary data. – philly.com