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Posts Tagged ‘soccer

The New England Revolution

December 9, 2014

The New England Revolution lost their 5th championship match on Sunday in as many tries. I haven’t written about the Revs in just about forever. I think this is because it still seemed like such a niche thing to me. Most people just weren’t aware they existed so who would want to read about it? […]

How to fix the MLS Playoffs

October 26, 2010

As an avid ¬†American soccer fan I am tied to the fate of the pro league here, Major League soccer. For better or worse, I will be a fan regardless of what stupid policies the league¬†institutes. ¬†The current playoff system is one of the stupider policies I’ve seen. Wedded to a nonsensical conference system, the […]

The (Soccer) Moments of our Lives…

June 13, 2010

This past weekend was the final trip I had with my fellow ESI teachers for the year. We headed to the southern part of the Czech Republic, to the small town of Cesky Krumlov. It is a little touristy place on a beautiful curved river. The main activity of the weekend was a rafting trip […]

I saw Fulham!…and London too…

January 2, 2010

So this is my last night in London and as I should be horribly tired and busy with travel and school until probably Wednesday I thought I should give a recap while it’s fresh in my mind. I ended my trip by going to my favorite English soccer team, Fulham Football Club (they play in […]