USMNT Victorious in Tough Friendlies.

The United States Men’s National Team has had quite a successful week abroad. While most will always argue the insignificance of international friendlies, the fact of the matter is the US squad found success against two of football’s powerhouses. Say what you will about roster strength, but it is hard to deny the quality of play portrayed by the US… Read more →

Brad Friedel Announces Retirement

As an avid fan of soccer, or football if your prefer, I try to keep up with all the latest in soccer news regarding the domestic league’s or those abroad. Specifically, this means keeping up with Major League Soccer (MLS), the North American Soccer League (NASL), and the USL Pro League. It goes without saying that I am following the… Read more →

Davis Cup 2015

If you have been following the 2015 Davis Cup, then you are well aware of the heated battles which have already taken place. Unfortunately for John Isner and his fellow Americans, Great Britain stood in the way of reaching the next round. Great Britain and Andy Murray kept the United States from advancing for the second year in a row.… Read more →

Beckham Remains Determined

While it has been a while since David Beckham put on an MLS jersey, he remains quite relevant in league news. Beckham is determined to secure a stadium and expansion team in Miami, Florida. Since announcing his goal of an expansion team in Miami, Beckham and associates are still trying to get around the biggest issue, which is securing a… Read more →

Steven Gerrard to Major League Soccer

LA Galaxy and Major League Soccer have nabbed themselves one of the biggest names in the world of football, or soccer if you prefer. Announced recently, start English international and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard will be making the move across the pond when his contract expires at the end of the English Premier League season. Gerrard follows in the footsteps… Read more →

Holiday Hors d’oeuvres

The holiday season is rapidly approaching. Family and friends will be gathering for parties and events. What are the better way to welcome your guests than with delicious, homemade hors d’oeuvres. In this post I am including two of my favorite hors d’oeuvre recipes. They are quick and easy and always tasty! Recipe #1:  Avocado Deviled Eggs I do not… Read more →

Federer Escapes and Nadal Falls

In Shanghai it took Roger Federer a fierce rally by saving five match points to beat Leonardo Mayer in the third set tiebreaker 7-5, 3-6, 7-6 (7).  It was the most encapsulating second round match on Wednesday. Federer, who would later say in the post match interviews, “I think I got unbelievably lucky today.  Let’s be quite honest. I think… Read more →