Are European players more skilled than American Players?

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Last week, Kobe Bryant came out and stated after losing to the Grizzlies that European players are more skillful than American players. “Horrible, terrible AAU basketball. It’s stupid. It doesn’t teach our kids how to play the game at all so you wind up having players that are big and they bring it up and […] READ MORE


Possible Red Bulls Signings For Next Season

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The New York Red Bulls have lost their star player, Thierry Henry, to retirement from the game. He was a key factor ever since he arrived; captain’s armband every match he played, first DP for the club etc. Those will be very, very big shoes to fill for this squad. In addition to Henry, the club has lost […] READ MORE


CCL: Red Bulls' Final Match

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It was a cold, wet night at Red Bull Arena where RBNY took on the Montreal Impact for the last fixture in the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League. Before the match against the Impact, RBNY was already eliminated from the competition after slipping to defeat against CD FAS in El Salvador. Tonight was […] READ MORE


CCL: Red Bulls Secure First-Ever Win

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Last night, on a glorious summers eve, the New York Red Bulls took on El Salvador C.D. FAS for their first meeting in the 2014 CONCACAF Champions League. The Last time we saw the Red Bulls in CCL play, they failed to earn a victory and didn’t make it out of the group. C.D. FAS weren’t […] READ MORE


MLS 3.0: The Key is the Soccer Stadium

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The presence of stadiums has grown in MLS dramatically in the past eight years. Teams have gone from using American Football stadiums to migrating to soccer specific stadiums for their clubs. In the past, that was the only option. When the New York Red Bulls were still called the Metrostars and in their early years […] READ MORE


Tim Howard's Hiatus: A New Era of US Keepers Can Dawn

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“As one door closes…” Tim Howard will not play another game for the US National Team until September 2015 due to spending more time with his family. With this brings on an old saying, “As one door closes, another one opens.” There are many keepers that could replace Howard for the time-being. There are two backups to […] READ MORE


MLS Dispatch: Future of The MLS All-Star Game

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The MLS All-Star game has always been something that has been rather intriguing for MLS. The game was first held in 1996 at Giant’s Stadium (Now Metlife), with the Eastern and Western conference all-stars playing each other in a friendly. Over the course of time, it changed formats frequently up until 2005, where it now […] READ MORE


International NBA Players On The Rise

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In the past few years, there have been more and more international players being drafted. This year proved to be quite a shocker in terms of international players going so high. In the NBA, there are many international players that have proven that even though they didn’t play in college in the US, they can […] READ MORE