Eric Morgan
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Jul 8 2014
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Sometimes you are just so so wrong. So wrong. Sigh. Wow. (Arsenal - Newcastle anyone?)

Jul 1 2014
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Personally, I have no objections to that change and will do so in future pieces.

Jun 22 2014
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If fans could win the World Cup, South Korea would be favorites.

Jun 22 2014
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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.

Jun 20 2014
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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).

Jun 20 2014
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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.

Jun 20 2014
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I didn't think I was underestimating Los Ticos and yet it appears I have.

Jun 20 2014
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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

Jun 19 2014
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Well, I've learned a good lesson today—I should never, ever believe in England.

Jun 19 2014
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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.

Jun 18 2014
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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.

Jun 16 2014
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Or Portugal could opt to not start their best holding midfielder... *bangs head on desk*

Jun 13 2014
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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.