#CoronavirusPandemic – Making the United States #United Again?

While I'm not analyzing soccer this year I've decided to delve into the Coronavirus issue - I believe everyone should offer whatever strengths they have to help solve this worldwide issue. I'll begin by offering I'm not a doctor and perhaps some of my submittals for your consideration are probably the result of my ignorance... Continue Reading →

@Timbersfc 1 @NashvilleSC Nil #RCTID

If you were expecting to see significant tactical changes against Nashville (weak expansion side) compared to the pathetic controlled possession we saw against Minnesota I pity you. Yes, Portland got three points, at home.  But should we be satisfied with that result? Many will argue yes, as in four or five weeks time we'll forget... Continue Reading →

Moneyball 3 Soccer Statistics – Major League Soccer (2014 to 2016 in Review)

Each year for the last two years I've offered some thoughts on current soccer statistics, their strengths and weaknesses, how current efforts are taking shape, and how English Premier League team statistics (in a limited measurement period) offer that one size / type of statistic doesn't show equally. Here's a link to those previous articles in case you missed... Continue Reading →

Major League Soccer – Can it truly reach the heights of top European Leagues by 2025?

What prompted this piece was the recent article published on Soccer By Ives about Don Garber's vision for MLS by 2025 :  http://www.sbisoccer.com/2015/09/insists-worlds-leagues.html It's a good article and worth the read.   Editorial - In a follow up to this article (below) Stephen Brandt and I, on Yellowcardedpod, interview Brian Dunseth and Thomas Rongen on some... Continue Reading →

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