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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


What Needs To Happen In Next Ten Weeks To Help Reform FIFA

Written by on November 17, 2014 | No Comments »
Posted in Money Game, World Cups

The report cleared the bid committees of Russia and Qatar of significant wrongdoing and it now seems close to impossible that the next two World Cup Finals will be moved. But Eckert’s report has only added gasoline to the fire rather than dousing the flames of controversy. You see Eckert’s report was not really a report .......but to read more please click on the link.

How Chelsea Could Turn The Premier League Race Into No Race At All

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November 17, 2014 | No Comments »

But although Liverpool’s misstep during the run in has become the dominating narrative of the 2013/14 season it also offered Jose Mourinho and Chelsea a very convenient get-out-of-jail card. Chelsea are remembered for spoiling the Liverpool dream but they should also be marked down as the team that blew an outstanding chance to win the Premier League.

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FIFA Roll Out Their “Rug Doctor” In Women’s World Cup Turf War

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November 3, 2014 | No Comments »

Rather than an expert who might be able to provide a balanced view FIFA instead opted for the equivalent of having Dracula speak on the need for more blood banks.

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Italy’s Serie A At The Stage When Good News Isn’t All That Good

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October 26, 2014 | No Comments »

In financial terms it has now reached the stage that even good news for Serie A comes packaged in a dark cloud. At the start of last week sources confirmed to Reuters that MP & Silva had retained the right to sell Serie A rights in foreign markets for three seasons starting 2015/16. The winning bid of $707M for three years was an increase over the previous deal as was the deal that secured domestic rights for Sky Italia and Mediaset.

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No Signs That Liverpool And Arsenal Are Ready To Push On In The Premier League

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October 26, 2014 | No Comments »

Liverpool at least finished with all three points but they would have had little to complain about if they had finished empty-handed. After their performance Queens Park Rangers might want to consider a name-change to Queens Park Hara-Kiris such was the degree of self inflicted damage. NBC commentator Lee Dixon described QPR’s defending as school boyish – the comparison was an insult to school boy defenders through out the world.

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Why Any New UEFA Financial Fair Play Debt Threshold Won’t Impact Real Madrid or Manchester United

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October 13, 2014 | 1 Comment »

It did not take long for the media to pick up on the comment and before the day was out we had a myriad of articles that took 1 and 1 and made it 99. The thought process went something like this – “debt” = “Manchester United” = “UEFA targeting Manchester United”.

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A Dozen Takeaways From Sunday’s Premier League Games

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October 6, 2014 | 1 Comment »

#3 Arsenal was more conservative in their approach to this game than they were last season when they lost 6-0. There was a concerted effort by the full backs and midfield players not to get ahead of the ball but Arsenal’s transition play was also ponderous. Any chance of catching Chelsea on the counter attack quickly ran out of steam

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Tim Howard And His World Cup Hangover

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September 28, 2014 | No Comments »

But rather than picking up where he left off at the World Cup Finals Howard’s form so far this season has been a cause for concern to many Everton fans.

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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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