Andrew Harris
andrewharris26
8/31/14
7:04 PM
1

They looked alright today (and Lazio were pretty poor), and Ménez was very good, but with Milan's boardroom, who knows what might happen. I remember when Paris bought Lucas, we were all mad because it would push Ménez out of the team. Some still haven't warmed to Lucas despite him being a better player for that very

8/31/14
9:48 AM
1

You can see by my username that I'm not exactly unbiased, but I think Roma will make life hard for that group. They're not exactly your everyday Pot 4 team...

8/30/14
9:50 PM
2

How can you say Ménez has produced little in 4 years? He was one of Paris' best players before being pushed out of the team by them buying players they didn't need. A hothead yes, but still a very shrewd free transfer.

8/30/14
8:11 PM
1

Napoli? Napoli? They always have played badly in league play when involved in matches outside of Serie A. Not enough depth. They are my team though, so thanks for the vote of confidence. But my money is on third place, fourth if there are some injuries. BTW what is a winer (Insigne)? Striker- maybe; whiner -he is

8/30/14
5:32 PM
2

Nice write-up! I'll be sure to re-read. Thanks. The election story—wow!

8/30/14
3:11 PM
1

Is there any hope of an Italian side having even minor European success in the next couple of years? It's all been going down the toilet since Inter won the Champions League.

7/12/14
10:55 AM
3

Somewhere, in a dark corner of an overpriced, 330 sq-ft. New York City loft, Andrew Harris is sobbing and burning a copy of F. Scott Fitzgerald's crowning achievement page by page.

6/24/14
11:51 AM
1

Yeah, De Rossi tends to ride the line between obscenely brilliant and downright frustrating at times. But I do love Verratti, I think he's a fantastic player.

6/23/14
4:32 PM
1

I would just like to say, for the record, that you were 1000% right and now I think I might be in love with you. Yes, that's weird. Can we just not talk about it?

6/23/14
4:21 PM
1

Looks like an awful lot of people who thought they knew what they were talking about were dead wrong. Well done!!

6/12/14
11:09 PM
2

Actually the MLS copied it from the Liga MX (Mexico's league), the Liga MX was using it for a few years before the MLS started. The spray the MLS uses is the same one the Liga MX uses, which is made by Mexican paint company Comex. Comex is the primary manufacturer of the stuff, I think they were the ones to

6/11/14
9:21 PM
1

Given my knowledge of soccer, I should just get used to seeing my name in that position.