The Hangover

Article about the possibility of a championship hangover for Santos. Posted on FutnSoccer

Toothless or Too Soon

 

The MLS to Liga MX Converter Tool

Now that you are prepared to take the plunge in to Liga MX, you will need to decide on which team to throw your undying support behind. Luckily, I have this all figured out for you.  In the spirit of the Men in Blazers’ NBA to EPL converter, this helpful tool will guide you to your new Mexican squad of destiny.

The Declaration of Codependence: An Open Letter to MLS Supporters

 

Disparate backs, Equitable Returns

Article about the rise of Jorge Torres Nilo and Severo Meza on FMF State of Mind

Careers in the Balance

Assuming the role of national team coach comes with great peril. It puts managers in a position where they are representing an entire country in competition that often transcends mere sport. The manager has a chance to attain a legendary status that can have lasting effects on their career, legacy and even on the direction of football in their country. However, an abyss filled with fiery despair sits between accepting the position and this glory.

The Keeper Stands Alone

Goalkeepers draw both praise and ire in abundance. They stand isolated in a position of power and pressure. A solitary position such as this allows critics to more easily pick out flaws or possibly greatness. The best keepers and the worst are spotted readily. However, what separates one quality keeper from another? How do we know which goalkeeper is stronger when there is more than one with extreme talent? Or more pointedly, for Mexico at least, how do you separate out four great goalkeepers from each other?

Managing Without Meza

 

The Final Five

Soccer matches run little more than ninety minutes. Often contained therein are various swings of momentum, a general ebb and flow. Today, two matches were turned on their heads in the final five minutes. 

The Best Team

 

Santos hasn't won "the big one". Does that really mean that they can't? 

Article on Futbol de Cafe

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