EoS is reporting that the league will go to a new ball for the 2016 season, replacing Voit with Under Armour
Ream might claim that this isn't a joke, but frankly, it is...
The Sierra Leone international told his story this past September, and it's definitely worth the time it takes to read. He'll be a fine addition to the New York Cosmos family.
Listen to Fort Lauderdale Strikers' new Managing Director, Luis Cuccatti, and CEO Sean Guerin discuss expectations for 2016. Conversation includes discussion of player signings, coaching, and the philosophical approach to building the club. In addition, the impact of the Florida Cup, pre-season in China, and off the field changes will have for the team - including new uniforms and sponsorship. Enlightening look into the Strikers' new approach moving forward. A great listen for all NASL/US soccer fans.
The NBA Hall of Famer spent last summer training with New York Cosmos B, and now owns a second division club in Spain.
On this special episode John talks to Prez about his experience with Copa 90, and what he would bring. John talks about the recent news in Cosmos Country from preseason matches to academy news. Lastly he discusses league news. Merry Christmas!!!
Chat on the 3four3 Podcast with Kephern Fuller of Joga SC, a club in Washington, DC. A truly amazing conversation between two guys in the trenches of grassroots soccer discussing difficulties and strategies of growing a club organically. The host, John Pranjic, describes the themes of the episode as "flavor" and "counter-culture." Enjoy. - In case you don't see Joga SC's twitter - "Not a feeder, but the Leader"
Part II of the discussion of Robert Wilson's article on the business of MLS. On this episode the panel is joined by BTP media's Anto Bianco - the article can be found at his blog - http://siliconbeach.vc/2015/11/futbol-excellence-mediocrity/ These guys raise many more questions as they dig deeper in the business. Enjoy.
Owner and Coach of Harpos FC interviewed by @flakoglost podcast regarding the history and accomplishments of the lower division club. Harpos is known to all fans of lower division because of its recent runs in the US Open Cup. They also touch on the obstacles and limitations faced by small clubs in this country in the absence of promotion/relegation. Enjoy!
A discussion of Robert Wilson's article on the business of MLS. The author is a Stanford and Harvard trained venture capitalist - his article can be found at his blog - http://siliconbeach.vc/2015/11/futbol-excellence-mediocrity/