Pint After Podcast

Enjoyed being on the Pint After Podcast show with the guys. We took a break from discussing the #SaveTheCrew matters to get caught up on the USSF/NASL happenings (the USSF/MLS motion to dismiss is due today). Fun conversation; give it a listen! Advertisements

SaveTheCrew: Punch-Counterpunch

No rest for the weary. On the heels of PSV/MLS finally filing their motion to dismiss, comes news from the plaintiffs who have filed several motions with the court. No word if these documents were leaked to a newspaper in Seattle. A quick summary: Motion to Compel Discovery: Plaintiffs had […]

SaveTheCrew: Countdown to Nothing

Wow, what a day. I wasn’t sure I was going to write anything about what happened, because, what can you say? Though Precourt Sports Ventures and Major League Soccer had previously telegraphed that they were filing a motion to dismiss, the various interested parties had been waiting with bated breath […]

Site Redesign

So I think I’ve decided on a template that works for the type of site I want to run. This is of course primarily a written blog, so it’s not especially graphics-intensive. But I obviously do post a lot of illustrations by way of photos and screen-grabs of […]

A Fun Night Hanging With Sonarfeed

Always a good time spending 90+ minutes chatting about, well, just about everything. Had a good discussion about the #SaveTheCrew happenings, D.C. United being sold (with a $500 million valuation; I’ll have more to say about *that* later), as well as our depression over the start to the […]

Enjoy Your Weekend!

Whew, what a day! Signed up a new client, got a lot of work done, and found some time to write about the latest soccer happenings! Unfortunately no Sounders or Munchkin this weekend, but I figure I’ll be able to entertain myself. Starting…now!           […]

SaveTheCrew: Raising the Stakes

Yeah, so this is getting good. We have some big news out of Columbus, with an announcement from Mayor Ginther that Columbus Business Partnership CEO Alex Fischer has lined up potential purchasers, AND identified potential downtown stadium locations. And of even more interest, is a request that Precourt […]