Feuerstein's Fire

My USMNT Analysis Appearances for World Cup Qualifiers

The U.S. men's national team suffered a damaging loss this past Friday to Mexico. By losing 2-1 in Columbus, the U.S. not only lost the mythos of impenetrability around Columbus, Ohio but also begin the hexagonal qualifying phase on the back foot. Tuesday, the team travels to Costa Rica to try and get something from an… Continue reading My USMNT Analysis Appearances for World Cup Qualifiers

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Radio Appearance – Feuerstein’s Fire April 18

Check out my appearance on Feuerstein's Fire as Daniel, noted soccer journalist Kartik Krishnaiyer, and I discuss a report that MLS actually folded for a brief time in the early 2000s. It will be quite a discussion, beginning at 8 PM. Click here to listen.

Myself, World Cup, World Soccer Talk

What I Am Reading Today (July 7, 2014)

After a great weekend in the World Cup, I thought I would share a few articles that have caught my eye: Two takes on the weakness of the Premier League in this World Cup, from two of the smartest writers out there: Kartik Krishnaiyer and Barney Ronay. Fact file on the “most complete player ever”:… Continue reading What I Am Reading Today (July 7, 2014)