Matchweek 13 brought with it a second straight round of dramatic finishes and sensational strikes from around the league. I only expect this trend to continue as these teams round into form approaching the mid point of the season. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United) nods on the equalizer from a perfectly placed long ball (21′) vs.
Month: November 2016
The second to last week of group play is about to get underway in less than an hour. Some games don’t really matter, but there are a slew that have serious implications for the knockouts. Anyway, less talk, more picks. CSKA Moscow v Bayer Leverkusen DP: Leverkusen 2-0: BD: Leverkusen 3-1: This is a huge,
The Premier League season restarts once again after a third international break and with it comes some absolutely sensation goals from around England and beyond. There were so many to choose from that I couldn’t leave any off this week. Take your pick: a first-minute shocker, three 89th minute equalizers, stoppage time heroics, and much more.
In the wee hours of the 19th, Dustin and I have returned for a 13th edition of the podcast. The third international break of the campaign has come to a close and with it a maelstrom of juicy topics including the USMNT woes, England’s terrible run of play, Wayne Rooney’s refusal to go to bed,
I know. It’s been a long time. Nearly two weeks. A digital eternity. A lot has happened in those two weeks, and I stepped away for a bit because I didn’t really listen to much music. You get it. It’s like when you took off that mental health day from work on a random Thursday,
If you haven’t already hit sports critical mass with the culmination of the World Series coming to a close in dramatic fashion, the EPL in full swing, the NFL hitting its midseason stride, college football in the backstretch, and the NBA and NHL seasons in their infancy, then prepare for your cup to runneth over as college
Matchweek 11 is in the books. I had anticipated putting several goal highlights from the North London Derby in this post, but due to the fact that the game ended with only two goals resulting from an own goal by Kevin Wimmer (Tottenham) and a penalty kick from newly fit Harry Kane, I was deprived
After a brief three week podcast holiday we’re back in a big way with 2 swollen, pulsating hours of Premier League and Champions League updates and discussion. I promise you we needed every minute of the run time to cover Chelsea and Liverpool’s scorching hot October, Man U’s crushing disappointment, Tottenham’s propensity for draws, and
We’ve reached the do or die stage of group play. After Wednesday night several group’s will likely be decided and the final two games will essentially be exhibition tune ups for the teams moving on. Other groups are very much still undecided (specifically Group B and E). I highly recommend tuning in today and tomorrow. There are