Monthly Archives: August 2012

A Moment of Soccer Playing Laziness on a Busy Saturday

As you can likely tell form my soccer blog I’m a bit of a nut for the sport. I’m not as hard core or intense as some, but it does take up a large chunk of my life. I volunteer … Continue reading

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Review: Feet of the Chameleon: The Story of African Football

In this book review I am discussing ‘Feet of the Chameleon: The Story of African Football‘ by Ian Hawkey. If I were to summarize your potential liking or disliking of this book in one sentence I would say:  if the … Continue reading

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The Family Values Tournament Benefiting Uganda Soccer

When I arrive at The Family Values soccer tournament in Vancouver Canada on August 12 it is a warm day, but a warm West Coast day so it is not overbearing, and the soccer is well underway. The tournament itself … Continue reading

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Am I Launching a Successful IndieGogo Campaign, or Falling to New Depths?

This soccer blog is all about my efforts to get to Africa. One way I am trying to get there is through crowd sourcing funding. I have now launched my second IndieGogo campaign for this project. My first raised a … Continue reading

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NYC Senegal: Coming Together Across The Ocean

While around the New York Cosmos Copa tournament I spent the majority of my time huddled around NYC Senegal. This team represented a proud tradition of Senegalese soccer that began back home, and continues in New York. With the majority … Continue reading

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