China: Funny Money


Ghanian Asamoah Gyan moved to Shanghai to, in his words, “get paid.” By: Dino Quin/The American In Italia Buying players in the January transfer window is bad, desperate business, or so the adage goes. If the player’s any good, purchasing clubs must pay a considerable mid-season markup to snare them from the selling club. TheContinue reading “China: Funny Money”

American Boomers Baffled By US Soccer Craze


By:CityFella, Sometime last week Ann Coulter said “No American whose great-grandfather was born here is watching soccer” now.      I’m not sure why I quoted the media hound, but she represents a large number of US baby boomers who are baffled by the interest in the world cup. Ms Coulter’s who’s accuracy is less thanContinue reading “American Boomers Baffled By US Soccer Craze”

According to Ann Coulter: “No American whose great-grandfather was born here is watching soccer”


By Ellias Isquith/Salon In her latest syndicated column right-wing troll and pundit Ann Coulter rails against the growing popularity of soccer in the U.S., which she blames on a pro-soccer liberal media and America’s millions of immigrants. “Any growing interest in soccer can only be a sign of the nation’s moral decay,” Coulter writes before listing allContinue reading “According to Ann Coulter: “No American whose great-grandfather was born here is watching soccer””