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New Links Added

I’ve added a bunch of new links to the web site.  Never one to link for the sake of linking, I wanted to briefly introduce the new blogs to you.  Many/Most/All may be familiar to you, but if not I hope this helps.

Craven Cottage Newsround — Fulhamerica fans and stats fans, this site is so far up your alley you’d expect it to be dirty.  (Eds. Note:  It isn’t.)  Seriously, you couldn’t ask for more information about Fulham.  But if you did, CCN would probably find a way to provide it.

du Nord — The Times Square of soccer blogs:  it’s overwhelming and yet ultimately satisfying.

Soucie on Soccer — This blog’s tagline sold me:  “Soccer Using the Socratic Method.”  Soucie’s like an everyfan and while I don’t share his passion about Orlando-area soccer, I like his writing.

Ginge Talks the Footie — There’s lots here, but for me the attention-grabbing device:  Ginge’s cat predicts soccer results.  I’m not big on that, but my wife is.  And this blog survives because my wife finds enough things like result-predicting cats to keep her marginally interested in soccer.

The Kartik Report — Kartik’s blog is much wider in scope than most.  Here’s an example:  for the Gold Cup, he discusses every single match.  As a narrowly focused blog, I owe it to readers to show them where they can get a bigger picture.

The Zygo Soccer Report — Zygo’s a Dynamo fan.  And after Stuart Holden’s recent MNT performances, aren’t we all?  (Not really, but still a good site.)

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  1. wjmooner
    July 14, 2009 at 1:35 pm

    Can you believe the only one of these that I’d ever heard of was DuNord? Thanks for the links.

  2. soucieonsoccer
    July 14, 2009 at 5:56 pm

    Michael, thanks for the support! I’m always looking for stats to support my crazy ideas, and now I have a great one-stop shop for them. I’m adding this site to my blog roll as well

    • Michael
      July 14, 2009 at 6:16 pm

      Thanks Adam, and congrats. I’ve been really impressed by your columns — the “Why I Support” and “American Soccer Fan in Europe” are such great ideas for blog posts — and I was glad to recommend the site.

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