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NYCFC have had a good run of late, 5-0-0 at home on the season, and second in the league thru 12 games. But no good season can happen without some controversy or hiccups. A few weeks ago it was the talk of a new stadium, and this week it’s Patrick Vieira and David Villa that …

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Last weekend was the NFL draft, and as always it was filled with shenanigans when announcing picks. From David Akers taunting Cowboys fans to a parrot flying in the pick for the Buccaneers. But the one that is supposed to be a “feel good moment” is the one that is the craziest when you really …

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Kevin Love opened up yesterday morning, via the Players Tribune, about his recent panic attack and tackling mental health head-on. So for 29 years, I thought about mental health as someone else’s problem. Sure, I knew on some level that some people benefited from asking for help or opening up. I just never thought it …

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Back in October I talked about The Athletic and paying for your news, and how I had hoped that they would come to the NYC market. Well, yesterday, February 12th, NYC officially launched on their website, and in anticipation of it I signed up a few weeks ago, and so far have not been disappointed. The …

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Congrats to the University of Central Florida Knights (UCF), the 2018 NCAA Football Champions. What’s that? You heard that the championship game is next Monday night between Georgia and Alabama? Well, that’s what the committee wants you to believe, but I’m on the Dan Le Batard bandwagon with this and believe that the champion has already …

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These lists are always subjective, but here are what I see as the Top Sports Moments of 2017: 11. Boxing vs UFC Floyd Money Mayweather, the boxer, faced off and outlasted Conor McGregor, the UFC champion, in an epic fight that went exactly how everyone expected it would. 10. USMNT For the first time since …

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Last Sunday was the final day of the regular season for NYCFC, and with the Yankees in the playoffs City had to move out of Yankee Stadium for the second game in a row. After a failed game in Connecticut, both because of a poor performance and a really low attendance, the front office was …

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There is no denying it. Whether you like the Yankees or hate them, they are making baseball great again. For years those talking about the future of baseball, and how Bryce Harper would be the one that would get people to watch again. And then it became Yasiel Puig. And all the while it should’ve …

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Would you pay for your news? What about insights from the top reporters? Would it change if it was business news or sports? The Athletic is taking that approach, starting a subscription service, writing about the NHL/NFL/NBA/MLB and NCAA, with the intent to make you “Fall in love with the sports page again”. Their focuses …

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NYCFC has been around since 2013 and playing their home games at Yankee Stadium for three full seasons now. But with the fans clamoring, and the front offices promising, it’s time for a stadium that we can call our own. This team is built around the 5 boroughs. The logo is an NYC subway token, the …

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