Category Archives: Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading: April 16th

Photo by ISIphotos.com The weekend will offer us a plethora of soccer action to enjoy, but if you're looking for a soccer fix, here are some stories that you may or may not have already ready, but that shall surely … Continue reading »

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The story of Eric Frimpong

If you have never heard the name Eric Frimpong (pictured in blue), then chances are you aren't familiar with his story. It is a sad story of a soccer player who seemingly had the world at his feet before a … Continue reading »

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SBI’s Recommended Reading

By SEAN RUBIO Welcome to the second week of Recommended Reading's new Tuesday/Friday format.  Some reading (and videos) to get you through the rest of the week: Former Gunner Lee Dixon weighs in on what Arsenal needs to do to … Continue reading »

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SBI’s Recommended Reading

                                                          Photo by ISIphotos.com   By SEAN RUBIO With the European leagues winding down, the majority of today's stories deal with the domestic game, from the message behind wearing your favorite team's jersey in public, to how to … Continue reading »

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SBI’s Recommended Reading

By SEAN RUBIO With a few days to catch up, Recommeded Reading comes to you chock full of stories, including entries related to Argentina, Mexico, the former Soviet republics, Greece, and more: The Special One's "special" goal and celebration [The … Continue reading »

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SBI’s Recommended Reading

By SEAN RUBIO A light day today as we prepare for a weekend full of matches across the world.  More poor refereeing (this time in Africa), a critical look at MLS youth development, a review of what was at one … Continue reading »

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