|The Red Sox and Jon Lester face a crucial couple of weeks ahead|
Monday, July 21, 2014
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
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|Benzema celebrates being added to my team of the tournament|
Friday, July 11, 2014
Thursday, July 03, 2014
Here are a couple of my latest articles for the good people at IrishCentral.com. The first is a look at the efforts of Team USA in the 2014 World Cup as they progressed, the second is a look at same after that incredible Belgian game. The States gave us an unexpectedly enjoyable ride through the tournament, and they will be missed as the quarter finals progress. Hope you get a chance to check the articles out, share them around, ‘like’ them, do what you will with them! Enjoy!
- Team USA’s World Cup journey – enjoy the ride, it’s one of a kind
- Team USA can hold heads high after World Cup adventure
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
You can check the article out right here.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
This kind of lark, basically;
Greece aka The ’91 Detroit Pistons.
The last of the Pistons ‘Bad boys’ teams, the ’91 team didn’t win anything and was just awful to watch. Greece won’t win anything, and are really awful to watch.
I was really humbled then that Boston Globe writer Eric Wilbur mentioned the article in his column on the Globe. You can see his article here.
The piece was a lot of fun to write, hopefully you enjoy reading it, and it gets you in the mood for the big show, kicking off on Thursday.
Monday, June 02, 2014
Finally the entire World is getting to see the extreme corruption that led to Qatar of all places being awarded the 2022 World Cup. For anyone who's familiar with the levels of corruption FIFA are capable of, this comes as absolutely no shock.
There are Nigerian pyramid schemes with more dignity than FIFA.
Sadly the outpouring of investigative articles are, for whatever reason, glossing over a far greater evil occurring as we speak.
Even FIFA are admitting that as many as 1,200 migrant workers have died horrible deaths in Qatar, building the stadiums that will probably now not even see any World Cup games. They are dying in droves from disease, hunger and workplace accidents. Amnesty international estimate that as many as 4,000 migrant workers will die if Qatar are allowed continue with their disgusting system.
Think about the numbers involved here. 1,200 (at very least) dead, with the figure rising daily.
If that was a thousand white people there would literally be riots in the streets. Instead it's just a thousand coloured people, and we're already forgetting them in favour of the financial intrigue involved.
One of the worst parts of this is that the World Cup is the flagship tournament for the game of the common people of the World. Football is the game of the blue collar worker. Building stadiums shouldn't result in the death of ONE blue collar worker, let alone thousands.
Qatar should have already had the World Cup taken off them, and those in charge should be facing human rights violations charges.
Including those in FIFA turning a blind eye to this tragedy.
Friday, May 30, 2014
- Tom Brady says "you don’t have to suck when you get older"
- Rory McIlroy dumped Caroline Wozniacki in a 3 minute phone call