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11.23.17
5.26.17

Searching For The Caribbean Soul Of English Football

Over the past half a century in particular, the cultural exchange between England and the Caribbean has been enormous. Nowhere is that statement more true than on the football pitch, and in England’s professional leagues.

4.5.17

Explaining The Obscure Origins Of English Football’s Best Badges

In entirely subjective fashion, we have selected the best club crests in English football and attempted to explain what they mean.

10.11.16

The Cult: Teddy Sheringham

In the nineties and early noughties, Teddy Sheringham was one of the most effective strikers in the Premier League. Despite all those goals, however, he remains somehow unloved.

9.16.16

What Happens Next For Championship Manager Wonderkid Cherno Samba?

In the early noughties, Cherno Samba was the ultimate acquisition on the Championship Manager soccer simulation game. In reality, he never quite lived up to his virtual billing, though he still has endless potential for greatness.

8.26.16

Never Mind The Polloks: Vice Sports Goals of the Week

I am an antichrist! And I think these goals are nice!

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11.19.15

British Soccer Fan Surprises Wife, Names Son After His Favorite Club

Baby Bermondsey isn't half bad.

9.29.15

​Millwall FC: Football in an Island Future

Millwall have a long-standing and increasingly out-dated reputation as a trouble club. But in 2015, their major concern is the effect of 'redevelopment' in their corner of south-east London.

12.11.14

An English School Wants to Teach Kids About the ‘Working Class’ by Taking Them to a Soccer Match

Because soccer, and playing soccer, is a working-class thing. That's what working-class people do.

10.9.14

Talking to British Ex-Cons About Quitting Crime

"The second time I went to jail, I was close to home with loved ones on the outside. I even drove past my house on a prison transfer! That was the game changer. I knew from that sentence I was done. No more."