Thursday, September 25, 2014

Me likes.

No, I'm not on about yet another one of my stat nerd cavortings (cavortions? cavortations? cavortum?).

I'm talking about this. G'on 'head, Sunil!





- Greg Seltzer

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Woot-Woot and a Woot

For the third straight Sandhausen game, Andrew Wooten has hit the lone goal winner in the dying moments. This time, it came right near the death against 1860 Munich. I have yet to see video for the first two, but I have hope with it being against the Lions.




- Greg Seltzer

Alti-Scored (updated)

Sunderland striker Jozy Altidore got the start against Stoke City in Capital One Cup play, and then he scored the opener. In the 20th minute, he received at the top of the area, turned the defende and slotted nicely inside the far corner. Sh-bam.

UPDATE: Finally a proper video clip, NSC regular UnitedDemon wins the lemon icebox pie.






- Greg Seltzer

Friday, September 19, 2014

Diploma Divide

Hey y'all, checking in with another piece bringing some soccer issues to a general audience light. This time it's college soccer training limitations and reform. I know you know enough to get the gist of it, but I did have Andrew Wenger and Jordan Morris among others weigh in – figured you'd want their $.02.

Note: I fully understand that it's not a matter of choosing between college and a soccer career.

- Jacob Klinger

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Who next?

Today at MLSS, I unfurled a healthy list of dual-nationals playing in Europe that could become Klinsi's next crossover hit(s). Check it.






- Greg Seltzer

DJ Kool Herc 1, Ronaldinho 0

While the former Brazil star was busy missing a penalty on his debut for the home side, Herculez Gomez bagged a beauty for the only goal of the game.








- Greg Seltzer