Chelsea Youth Development at a Crossroads

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On the 11th July, Liverpool confirmed the signing of Dominic Solanke upon contract expiry from Chelsea. Two days later, Watford confirmed the signing of Nathaniel Chalobah with one year left in his deal. Weeks previously, Solanke became a world champion with the England Under-20 squad and Chalobah was England’s best player at the Under-21 European Championship. Both were […] READ MORE


Matt Miazga Loaned Out to Vitesse Arnhem

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Today, in the waning hours of Deadline Day, Chelsea FC announced they loaned out Matt Miazga to Vitesse Arnhem. According to Grant Wahl, Chelsea were unable to loan him to Espanyol, due to paperwork, so they loaned him to Vitesse instead. Vitesse currently play in the Eredivisie. The Eredivise will be a great place for Miazga to develop […] READ MORE


USMNT Player Pool: Give The Kids A Chance, Part One

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With the Copa America Centenario coming to a close, and the United States Men’s National Team having their best ever finish at the tournament, it’s time to look forward to the friendlies and World Cup Qualifying matches coming up in the next few months to follow. There has been much debate on the quality of the […] READ MORE



Treble Radio: Premier League Transfer Window and Debates 1.28.16

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A lot has been happening this Premier League transfer window. We start this show with a roundup of our predictions for last weekends games. Exactly how many things did Arsenal do wrong against Chelsea? Did Stoke blow it or is Leicester back? How great/not so great are we at these predictions? We spend more time […] READ MORE


Matt Miazga and the Red Bulls: Moving On

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The news spread like wildfire, spilling over from Tuesday night into Wednesday that the New York Red Bulls’ prized center-back, affectionately known by fans as young Matt Miazga, would likely be jettisoned to Chelsea to the tune of $5 million. Fans of the Red Bulls should have known this was coming given his performances in […] READ MORE




Red Bulls Plan Comes Together in Derby Sweep

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(EDITORIAL) – There are a few things that can define a coach’s tenure in sports.  One way is a defined style of play.  For instance, NYCFC coach Jason Kreis came from a market at Real Salt Lake that had to be shrewd and creative in building a roster.  Kreis had the help of Garth Lagerway […] READ MORE


RBNY Midseason Grades

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RBNY Midseason Grades The most overlooked team in the MLS Eastern Conference heading into the season has surely turned a couple of heads this year, especially with their early season results. That is not to say that this team hasn’t experienced any growing pains, but the work done in the off season and commitment to […] READ MORE