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SBI’s Recommended Reading

                                                         Photo by ISIphotos.com By SEAN RUBIO Welcome to Monday's installment of SBI's Recommended Reading.  Today we are truly world-wide, with stories coming in from Peru to Ghana.  Sit back, relax, and take some time out of your Monday … Continue reading »

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SBI’s Recommended Reading

By SEAN RUBIO My apologies for not getting a post out yesterday, I spent the day driving en route to Seattle for tomorrow's match between Seattle Sounders FC and the San Jose Earthquakes.  With that said, today we have a … Continue reading »

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SBI’s Recommended Reading

By SEAN RUBIO Happy Earth Day to all.  We'll keep things on the small side numbers-wise, but there are four really great (albeit relatively lengthy) reads, one Earth Day-related link, and one "Special" quote. GreenLaces.org – For fans of the … Continue reading »

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SBI’s Recommended Reading

  By SEAN RUBIO Light news day today so we'll have a few news stories from today, as well as a couple things that missed the cut yesterday: Everton switch sponsors from Umbro to Le Coq Sportif for 09/10, bring … Continue reading »

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SBI’s recommended reading

                                                                         Photo by ISIphotos.com With a full matchday around the world in the books, lets take a look at what people have to say after the dust has settled: Juventus forced to play a match behind closed doors after … Continue reading »

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SBI’s recommended reading

By SEAN RUBIO Good afternoon folks. If you are looking for some good soccer reading, here are some stories to satisfy your craving: FOX Vice President says Champions League will not be in HD until February 2010 [NY Times] The … Continue reading »

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