A review of the new book “Our Competition is the World: Ideas for implementing the United States Soccer Curriculum.”
A recent business-focused case study and older insider biography provide short and easy reads about how Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho manage not only highly talented rosters, but also highly valuable budgets.
Looking for some deep holiday reading about soccer? Well, then PSP has a book for you. Here’s PSP’s review of This Love Is Not for Cowards.
Featured / Local
Whether because of prices or anger at the team, many who sit in Section 133, home of the IllegitimateS, are reportedly not renewing their season tickets. Nate Emeritz explores what this might mean.
Recently, one PSP writer described his soccer culture shock in moving from Philly to DC. Another PSP writer describes moving in the other direction, from DC to Philly.
Featured / Soccer Books
If you have some downtime over the holiday weekend, you may enjoy these two reads about soccer.
Featured / MLS / US
Following Sunday’s refereeing debacle in DC, Nate Emeritz considers what might be done to improve officiating and suggests US soccer should invest in a prominent model of mature (not perfect) refereeing.
Featured / MLS
How real are the I-95 rivalries? A look at Sunday’s Union-DC United match from a red and black perspective.