Eric Morgan
emorgan
7/8/14
4:26 PM
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Sometimes you are just so so wrong. So wrong. Sigh. Wow. (Arsenal - Newcastle anyone?)

7/1/14
11:53 AM
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Personally, I have no objections to that change and will do so in future pieces.

6/22/14
3:33 PM
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If fans could win the World Cup, South Korea would be favorites.

6/22/14
2:57 PM
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I have never nor ever will root for a team to get anything off of the United States. Off of South Korea? Sure, why not.

6/20/14
1:36 PM
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In a straight comparison of talent, I prefer this Costa Rican team but I see your point. I really like Christian Bolanos and think Bryan Ruiz is a productive player (regardless of his time at Fulham).

6/20/14
1:30 PM
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I felt the Dutch were serious underdogs against the Spanish. I didn't rate the Dutch side. I'm still not totally convinced but am happy to admit I was wrong. I stand by calling the match an upset but what I was talking about the scoreline as much as the result.

6/20/14
1:27 PM
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I didn't think I was underestimating Los Ticos and yet it appears I have.

6/20/14
1:26 PM
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You're right (though I don't think it's the end of the world for the Italians). How incredible would it be if Italy and England were the two teams eliminated from this group. Read more

6/19/14
4:54 PM
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Well, I've learned a good lesson today—I should never, ever believe in England.

6/19/14
2:16 PM
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UPDATE: Suárez starts but his match fitness/sharpness is a massive question mark. England should overwhelm Uruguay in the midfield but Suárez can change the game at the drop of a hat.

6/18/14
12:25 PM
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West Coast offense with a heavy blitzing defense—it's just as important where you win the ball as what you do with it. Compressing the field on defense and expanding it on offense.

6/16/14
11:18 AM
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Or Portugal could opt to not start their best holding midfielder... *bangs head on desk*

6/13/14
5:50 PM
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Yeah, there wasn't time enough to make a proper change—the Dutch really ripped Spain to shreds in the 2nd half.