Opinion/Analysis

An unsung, two-way hero reintroduces himself to fickle New York fans from the opposite wing

Red Bull Arena generally does not have a poor viewing seat or section. The highest, upper corner remains unknown territory for this author, but for the most part, games have been witnessed from majority of the beautiful stadium. What is phenomenal about the arena though is how much a better vantage point, namely a seat […]

With the first team underwhelming, is a spark hiding in the reserves, waiting for a chance?

The United Soccer League Pro is either an amateurish competition compared to Major League Soccer or the greater Dayton, Ohio area suffers from a severe lack of soccer talent. A week after the New York Red Bull reserve side defeated the Dayton Dutch Lions 3-0 at Red Bull Arena, the underused players recorded a three-goal-deficit […]

Eric Alexander versus Lloyd Sam: who will win the two-way winger battle on the right?

New York Red Bulls beat-writer, Franco Panizo, wrote a great article this past week highlighting the competition for the right midfield position between Eric Alexander and Lloyd Sam.

Thierry Henry’s state of the league: It’s better than you think, Europe

Thierry Henry has many opinions. However, for him, he is almost never having “a go”. That is another well known characteristic about the Frenchman – his love of British idioms.

RBNY II? LA’s USL Pro team raises new question for New York

The LA Galaxy announced the creation of a team to compete in the upcoming USL PRO season on January 29, 2014. LA Galaxy II, as it will be called, marks the first time in Major League Soccer history that a franchise owns and runs a second team in a lower division league.