The Watchables: A Preview to the 2016/17 English Premier League Season

Last season’s English Premier League featured arguably one of the biggest upset in sports history, so how could this season possibly top that? Well, this season’s league is already loaded with storylines without even having a ball kicked yet. This season will feature some of the world’s best managers (Pep Guardiola, Antonio Conte, Jose Mourinho, … More The Watchables: A Preview to the 2016/17 English Premier League Season

EPL Week 1 Review: Overreactions from the First Weekend

By Tunde Demuren Finally, the Premier League is back! After a 3 month layoff, the EPL returned strong with a weekend that had everything we’ve been missing. Jose “Sour Grapes” Mourinho deflecting criticism on his team’s performance onto a random scapegoat (medical staff). Arsenal pulling an Arsenal, which according to the dictionary means playing a match … More EPL Week 1 Review: Overreactions from the First Weekend

English Premier League 2015/16 Season Preview

By Tunde Demuren and Jake Montgomery Wait, can it be? It’s here again already? The Premier League starts at 7 AM eastern on SATURDAY?!? This is too much to handle. We haven’t used NBC Sports Live Extra in what feels like an eternity! What if we forgot our Verizon password? Well, there are more important questions … More English Premier League 2015/16 Season Preview

Gold Cup Semifinals Preview: A Focus on U.S. and Mexico

By Tunde Demuren and Jake Montgomery In a summer full of soccer (Women’s World Cup, Copa America, etc.) that has kept fans satisfied while waiting for the new seasons of European league soccer to begin, we have finally neared the end, with the Gold Cup semifinals taking place Wednesday night. The favorites, U.S. and Mexico, advanced to … More Gold Cup Semifinals Preview: A Focus on U.S. and Mexico

Why the USWNT is the Best in the World While the USMNT is Not Even in the Top 25

by Tunde Demuren U.S Soccer fandom is a confusing experience. Supporting the women’s team is my rare chance to share the mindset of a San Antonio Spurs fan; the expected obliteration of all opposition coupled with utter disappointment at anything less. Case in point, the USWNT just ended a great tournament run in the Women’s World Cup … More Why the USWNT is the Best in the World While the USMNT is Not Even in the Top 25

CONCACAF Gold Cup Review: 3 Thoughts on Mexico v. Cuba

By Tunde Demuren Everyone’s favorite world cup coach, Mexico’s Miguel Herrera, is back, this time on the hot seat as his team has gone winless in their past 7 matches. Recently, Mexico has failed to recapture their World Cup form, as they have struggled in international friendlies and the Copa America (albeit they fielded a B squad for … More CONCACAF Gold Cup Review: 3 Thoughts on Mexico v. Cuba