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Fußball fever

The last few weeks have been intense. I had never thought I’d need to recover from a football (soccer for my fellow Aussies) tournament – as a mere spectator. 897 more words


Has the US finally fallen in love with soccer?

By Simon Stone BBC Sport in Los Angeles Soccer is still far enough below the radar in the United States for Robbie Keane to lead a relatively normal life in his adopted city of Los Angeles. 1,878 more words

Tutus and Shin Guards

Like most little girls, I was a little wannabe ballerina for the greater part of my younger years. Between ages 6 and 13, my world (and by extension my mom’s world) revolved around ballet practice, ballet concerts and presents for my ballet teacher. 424 more words

Ogilvy Grad Program

The Soccer Transfer Report

A lot is happening in the summer soccer transfer news especially as the world cup has ended enabling more soccer players to be considered for transfers. 1,055 more words


Catch the action at Garage Sports Bar

Location: Eau Claire Market
#195, 200 Barclay Parade SW
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 4R5
E-mail: info@the-garage.ca
Telephone: 403-262-6762

It’s been two weeks since the world cup and soccer fever seems to have died down a bit. 252 more words


Dunga re-appointed as Brazil Boss

Brazil named Dunga as their manager for the second time on Tuesday, two weeks after they were hammered 7-1 by Germany in the World Cup semi-finals which led to the resignation of former coach Luiz Felipe Scolari. 137 more words


Cahill or Rodriguez's Volley?

My Cousin Jason also asked me,

“Curious on opinions for which volley in the world cup was better…Rodriguez or Cahill. Cahill’s was further and received the ball from a more difficult angle, but one might say it was more luck than skill. 175 more words