I have decided I am moving because I never really felt this way MY blog. I want to have full control of what I choose to write and do. I am very thankful for The Offside for giving me a chance to get to to write about Ecuadorian soccer. Don’t get me wrong, I will still be doing that, I will provide a link to where I will continue to write. I know I will lose many followers but it is a sacrifice I am willing to make but hopefully most of my followers will be loyal. New Home
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On Wednesday Manchester United played against Airtricity League XI.The match ended 7-1 in favor of the Red Devils. This game was very special because it was Valencia’s return and his birthday also. Valencia went to work and did what he always does which is make other players look good. This time he ... [read more]
Today Liga played Tokyo FC for the Suruga Bank Championship.The Suruga Bank Championship is a annual football intercontinental match contested by the reigning champions of the J. League Cup and the Copa Sudamericana. Liga saw the trophy slip away from their hands in stoppage time. Ecuadorian League’s current top scorer, Hernan Barcos ... [read more]
This 18 year old pearl is a attacking midfielder has just signed for River Plate, no not Club Deportivo River Plate Ecuador of the Copa Credife Serie B but the official “Millonarios” of Argentina. Not much is known about him but that he played for Independiente Del Valle in his youth ... [read more]
This week’s game of the week was between Espoli and reigning champions Deportivo Quito. Just this past week Deportivo Quito have signed “the Peruvian Zlatan Ibrahimovic” Jose Fernandez and ex-Everton & Wolves player Segundo Castillo but however none got in the score-sheet this match. Marvin Cortez headed in the opener in just ... [read more]
In the second round of the Mexican Apertura Monterrey started on the wrong foot getting scored on first but with a help of Walter Ayovi Monterrey beat Estudiantes 3-2 home. Walter curled in the second goal.
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Club Football News
If this happened in America, this child would rebel by becoming an Ajax fan and they'd film an entire reality show based whlly upon the family dysfunction as a result. As it stands, however, this kid could very well grow up to become this kid. Let's hope there's a ...
Tis the season, which means plenty of footballers getting into the spirit on YouTube - and of all clubs, it always seems as though Manchester City is at the forefront of the holidays. Maybe because they can afford the most gifts? Who knows. John Guidetti is definitely...embracing the spirit. That's being ...
A rehearsal was held for the 2014 World Cup draw taking part on Friday in Bahia, which meant a simulated draw was whipped out of the bowls or hats or whatever the hell they'll use. Judging by that draft draw, there are a lot of federations which won't be sleeping ...
The spate of solid World Cup commercials has begun. Next up is Paolo Rossi's spot for VISA, taking him back to Brazil to remind them of the terror he unleashed in 1982 with a hat trick in Spain. Presumably the next one is a very resigned Roberto Baggio taking heat ...
Adidas launched the official ball for the 2014 World Cup, called the brazuca. Which sounds vaguely like something Kramer and Frank Costanza would've whipped up. They had models and dubstep but not a soul who thought to change the name to something which sounds less like a brassiere for the ...
There has to be someone out there knowing the market for this. Given that it's the global game and not everyone has a global understanding of languages, hacked pronunciations are the norm. Someone should take a cue from Cesar Azpilicueta and get all footballers to pronounce their own names on ...
Nike's whipped up a nice little promo for the World Cup in Brazil featuring the hosts and it's done without green screen. Swear. Highlights include a Ronaldo cameo, little David Luiz, animated David Luiz, and a Lilliputian Bernard. Neymar's there too, but it kind of just looks like someone filmed ...
Occasionally, you might find yourself dreaming of the moment you're offered a contract by a professional football club. Odds are it's never going to happen, which means you're behind a 20 month old Belgian kid named Bryce Brites. FC Racing Boxberg determined he can kick a ball real well for ...
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