Q & A with Robbie Mustoe
Soccer Banter: Who was the best manager you played for and why?
Robbie Mustoe: Best manager is a tough question, I was always a player that wanted and appreciated coaching, both individually and for the team and quite honestly I didn’t receive too much of that throughout my career. For the most part my managers were good communicators, motivators and man managers and not so much “training ground guys”. I will mention though a couple of managers that impressed me for different reasons. Continue Reading
Off The Ball
Ten questions that will be answered in 2015.
1. Will Warrior hire someone that can actually design a decent Liverpool kit? Or will we be left with the Ugly Christmas Sweater jokes. Continue Reading
The Best #10
This article originally appeared in the Summer 2014 edition of Our Game Magazine.
When the big honcho of OGM, Tiff Weimer, asked me to be involved in the summer #10 special edition, I eagerly agreed and immediately started thinking about that position and women’s soccer. My initial thought was that I wish we were developing more #10’s in America, on the men’s side and the women’s, and that needs to be a goal for US Soccer moving forward – fun, creative, technical players. But that’s a conversation for another day. Continue Reading
Extra Time with Dave Clarke
The population of Iceland is 323,000. Can someone explain how a country with a population the size of Cincinnati, Ohio can produce a talented national team that is second in its European Championship qualifying group, five points ahead of Holland and on track to qualify for next year’s finals? Continue Reading
Quote of the Day
August 3, 2015
"It was important for the team to get that hurdle out of the way. For me? No, because it is Arsenal versus Chelsea, it is not the two managers. It is two teams who play against each other."
- Arsene Wenger