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Bobby McMahon

Bobby McMahon

You can see me on Soccer Central most Mondays and Thursdays on Rogers Sportsnet in Canada. I write a regular column for Forbes.com and Soccerly.com and frequently guest on various podcasts and radio shows. More articles by Bobby McMahon. RSS.



Russell Berrisford

Russell Berrisford

Russell’s support of Derby County eventually led him to leave the country. He has lived in Canada since 2007 and currently writes about soccer for The Vancouver Sun. More articles by Russell Berrisford. RSS.



Steven Dreger

Steven Dreger

Steve Dreger is a journalism graduate. After attending the 2006 World Cup as a fan, Steve worked as an overseas reporter at the 2008 Euro Cup and the 2010 World Cup More articles by Steven Dreger. RSS.



Dean Kriellaars

Dean Kriellaars

Dean Kriellaars, PhD, CEP is an exercise physiologist that works in rehabilitation, and in high performance sport. More articles by Dean Kriellaars. RSS.



Colin Jose

Colin Jose

Colin Jose has been researching the history of soccer in both Canada and the United States for over 40 years, and is regarded as the leading figure in this field. More articles by Colin Jose. RSS.



Eoin O'Callaghan

Eoin O'Callaghan

Eoin has worked in sports broadcasting in Ireland as a researcher, reporter, presenter and producer. He is currently a soccer reporter/anchor with the Fox Soccer Report More articles by Eoin O'Callaghan. RSS.



Derek Taylor

Derek Taylor

"Derek has been an anchor on the Fox Soccer Report since 2007. His extensive background in North American sports and his fascination with math gives him an unusual perspective on soccer." More articles by Derek Taylor. RSS.



CONTRIBUTORS

TANGENTS


Tim Howard And His World Cup Hangover

Written by on September 28, 2014 | No Comments »
Posted in Everton

However, a Howard error that resulted in Porto knocking Manchester United out of the Champions League in the spring of 2004 saw him dropped. Howard did fight back and regain a starting spot but it was to prove temporary as a $4M bargain in the shape of Edwin van der Saar arrived in the summer of 2005 and solved United’s goalkeeping problem. To read more please click on the link.

Latest Accounts Show Financial Times Have Changed For Arsenal

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September 21, 2014 | 5 Comments »

Debt and strengthening the pool of players have been intertwined conversations for Arsenal fans over the last decade. The club made a decision that the long-term health of the club was directly related to growing match-day revenue and the move to Emirates at an immediate impact when it opened at the start of the 2007 season.

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FIFA Stumble Under Weight Of Own Pomposity In Women’s World Cup Turf War

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September 14, 2014 | 1 Comment »

The actual cost of installing grass fields is probably less than $3M for the duration of the tournament. Redirect a few FIFA receptions over the next two years and the cost will be covered.
An agreement to play future tournaments on the same type surface as men might not be a bad thing either. If FIFA and the CSA continue to defend the indefensible and believe that they call the players bluff then they are going to lose.
With every week that passes the slogan “To A Greater Goal” morphs a bit more and it will soon become “To A Greater Own Goal.”

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How A Record $1.3B Spend On Transfers By Premier League Teams Could Turn Into An Immediate $100M Profit

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September 7, 2014 | No Comments »

Twenty years ago Serie A would have almost certainly been the top spenders but that is far from the case now. Italy’s top clubs spent a little over 30% of that expended by their Premier League counterparts but still edged out the more financially stable Bundesliga.

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15M Reasons Why Fernando Torres Moved From Chelsea To Milan On Loan

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September 7, 2014 | No Comments »

While Chelsea burned through four managers in attempt to plug the square-pegged Torres into a round Chelsea hole it was clear that the newly-returned Jose Mourinho was not willing to sit back and await the fate of the others.

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If Paul Scholes Is Right About Man Utd’s Decline What Will Happen To Sponsorship Money?

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August 29, 2014 | No Comments »

But since he took over from the now saintly David Gill, Woodward is looking like the embodiment of the Peter Principle – someone who has been promoted to their level of incompetence. Signing corporations easy but sweet taking agents and players has turned out to be a lot more difficult.

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Premier League Prediction From The Column That Has Never Picked Arsenal To Finish Outside The Top Four

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August 16, 2014 | 6 Comments »

As always this article will be revisited in May and I will gladly admit to the errors of my ways. In the meantime please share your thoughts on how things might turn out.

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Another Season And Another New Manager In Charge of Spurs

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August 14, 2014 | No Comments »

One of the most interesting signings in all of the Premier League has been that of Jefferson Montero. Montero is a direct winger who has the ability and potential to open up defenses and to excite the fans.

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QPR, Sunderland, Stoke And Southampton – Could One Be The Best Of The Rest?

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August 13, 2014 | No Comments »

If the Bank of England is looking for an emergency loan they might want to start by asking Southampton for terms. Lots of money has come in but Southampton have resisted the temptation to panic buy….so far at least.

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