Pep struggles, Diego Costa and Dimtri Payet being nuisances, and some quick hits to send it home
TS1 Podcast returns as the guys delve into Sepp Blatter’s resigning and what that means for FIFA. We also preview the Champions League Final, and talk about Jerzy Dudek’s comments on Mourinho from his time at Real Madrid.
FIFA is corrupt, Florentino Perez is an idiot, and Dani Alves is mad.
The fellas take on the world at large once again, discussing FIFA, NBA Finals, and much much more in the latest episode of ATBFB.
The boys sit down to talk about all of life’s issues, including Champions League and Tim Sherwood. They place Cristiano Ronaldo and Leo Messi amongst the pantheon of the greats, and get emotional when cursing FIFA’s name.
La Liga clubs are being investigated for illegally bringing in kids under the age of 16 into their Cantera systems. Andre Sherard discusses the possible ramifications for Spanish Football and the lasting effects on the rest of Europe in general.
EA Sports FIFA’s Ultimate Team is a brilliant concept, but the execution is maddening at times. Aaron West describes why it’s so wonderfully flawed.
Juan, Aaron, and Dre reconvene to talk the world of football. The Special Ones discuss Johann Cruyff’s thoughts on an overall mindset of aggression in football, international break injuries, Lionel Messi potentially leaving Barça, Daniel Sturridge’s Liverpool future and FIFA’s self-investigation of the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bids.
Share:The human brain is a fearfully and wonderfully made thing. Even without tapping into its full potential, we’ve split the atom, cured polio, traveled to space and invented pizza bagels. It’s our most valuable asset. And yet in the sporting world, it seems as if we do not fully appreciate its importance. More importantly, we seem to not fully appreciate …
Share:Take a second if you can to imagine Lionel Messi on artificial turf during the World Cup Final. Think of odious rubber pellets kicking up with every flourish of the Argentine wizard’s wand of a left foot. Ugly red gashes glaring out at the camera from tired knees subjected to repeated clashes with the gravelly playing surface. Picture in your …