Well with match day five looming Tuesday and Wednesday, the elite clubs of Europe are vying to get into the knock out stages of club football's most prestigious competition the UEFA Champions League (UCL). For those of you that don't know what the UCL is I'll provide a brief explanation.
Jurgen Klinnsman, the man who has been in charge of U.S. Men's National Team (USMNT) since 2011 was let go today. It doesn't really come as a surprise after a very unimpressive start to the Hexagonal Stage of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying. After losing to Mexico 2-1 and Costa Rica
Why, why, why...? Dammit Gianni, can't you recognize a good thing when you've got one? The World Cup is perfectly fine in its current state and format. Expansion of tournaments almost always brings about confusion, complaint and a feeling of disappointment. Currently, the World Cup is broken down into 8
When I was asked to write for Let Me B-Frank I was asked to start some blog posts about football. It took me a long time to come up with what I wanted my first blog to be about. I decided that it would be best if I started with
As fall comes upon us, the greatest sports season is in full force. Yes, football, or as assholes call it soccer, has already started and we’re three weeks behind. Thank the Lord that someone has given me a place to put all my very important thoughts for others to read,
That's right, two days before the Opening Ceremonies, the event that "officially" opens up the Olympic Games the USWNT will start their Gold medal defense against a much weaker New Zealand side. The US is defending Olympic and World champions and should cruise in this opening match of group play.
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Coming off a brutal 2-0 defeat to open up the Copa America tournament, the US showed up and dominated a solid Costa Rica team 4-0. This game could have easily been 6 or even 7-0 as the US piled chances upon chances and just couldn't hit the net.