USA Soccer Embarrasses Themselves, Fails To Qualify For The World Cup

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Words by Jason Cordner Visit for more information The unthinkable happened to Team USA in soccer. For the first time since 1986, USA soccer will not be playing in the World Cup tournament. The team from Trinidad and Tobago, which has been out of World Cup contention for months, beat Team USA 2-1. With the […]

ICYMI: U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Are Campaigning For Equal Pay

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The U.S. women’s soccer team drew more viewers winning last year’s World Cup championship than the men’s World Series and NBA finals. The women’s team (who are Olympic favorites this year) also outperformed the men’s team and brought in $16 million last season, according to CNN. Visit for more information The players on the […]

Neymar Is The First Soccer Player To Receive His Own Jordan Signature Shoe


Watch out, Lionel Messi. It’s time for fans to bend it like Neymar. Visit for more information Nike and the Jordan brand are planning to release a custom made Neymar edition of the Air Jordan 5 Low sneaker. The Brazilian sensation will become the first soccer player ever to have his own custom made […]

Neymar To Replace Cristiano Ronaldo As Face Of Nike Soccer


Rumors have surfaced that Nike is preparing to replace Cristiano Ronaldo as the face of Nike Soccer with the Brazilian star Neymar. Visit for more information Mexico’s Economíahoy has reported that the change would take place at the beginning of 2016. Neymar, 23, has become a superstar not only for his play with his national team, […]

The Things We Learned in Sports


One of the values of life is being grateful for what you have. Visit for more information No matter how big or small always be thankful for whatever you receive in life. Some of people have missed that message. This week in sports we dive in to the idea of gratitude and the repercussions […]

The Things We Learned in Sports


Another Week has come and gone in which contracts being signed by big named players. Action off the field even brings attention to this article, as a huge radio personality is looking to make a move to another network. Al l this and more in the Things We Learn in Sports this week. Visit […]

The Things We Learned in Sports June 28th-July 4th


Lets be honest, it’s been a pretty dry week in sports. Football is a few months away, Lebron is expected to stay in Cleveland (we hope), and baseball……is baseball. Despite the dry spell in sports,  moves and plays have been made to impact the seasons that are up coming. Off-season moves are like getting the […]

The Things We Learn in Sports This Week May 30-June 5


Another week has come and gone in world of sports and the focus of the week is simply cause and effect. What you put out into the world, you will receive back, good or bad.President of FIFA Sepp Blatter headlines that idea this week. Blatter was reelected and resigned within a week.  Seems like all that […]

FIFA Officials Arrested for Bribery

FIFA Visit for more information CNN is reporting that the United States government has allegedly found evidence of corruption in FIFA, including taking money in exchange for World Cup games. U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch told reporters in New York about the allegations that FIFA faces.  “The indictment also alleges that corruption and bribery extended […]

2014 FIFA World Cup Previews & Predictions


Visit for more information Fans around the globe eagerly await tomorrow—the beginning of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Unlike any other sporting event, the World Cup captivates the entire globe with representatives from 32 countries across 6 continents. Will home country Brazil take home the coveted title? Will Spain repeat its 2010 […]

Beats by Dre Fifa World Cup Commercial

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The Game Before the Game Visit for more information We are 48 hours away from the biggest sports event in the world. The 2014 Fifa World Cup will kick off on Thursday at 4:00pm EST with the host country Brazil playing the first match of the qualifying round against Croatia. A point system will […]

Lupe Named US Soccer Music Director

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Kick, Score ! Visit for more information In a somewhat random but nonetheless positive development Chicago’s own Lupe Fiasco has been named the United State Mens Soccer Music Director. Per MLS Soccer’s Website Advertisement Building on the “One Nation. One Team.” theme, Fiasco will collaborate with US Soccer in a variety of areas over […]

PAOK Vs. Olympiacos Soccer Game Delayed After Fans Ignite A Blazing Ring Of Fires

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Visit for more information The fierce rivalry between Greek powerhouses PAOK and Olympiacos soccer teams (yes, I said “soccer” and not “football”, sorry to those offended) reached new levels and sparked quite the spectacle at a recent game. Before the second half of the Greek cup began, PAOK supporters lit thousands of flares off and […]

The Most Violent Sport in the World


The most violent professional game ever played. Visit for more information Calcio Storico is a game that has been played in Florence, Italy for several centuries. A mix of rugby, soccer, football, boxing, MMA and Greco Roman wrestling this sport is looking to test the strength and also fear of each of its players. […]

Brazil Faces Protests Over World Cup


Brazil is bracing itself for widespread protests in more than 30 cities including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador and Porto Alegre. Visit for more information The Anonymous Rio protest group said on its Facebook page that “there will be no World Cup” and proclaimed Saturday’s “Operation Stop the World Cup” to be only […]