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Sunday I went out to Yankee Stadium and sat in the Legends section for a thrilling match between Hudson River rivals of NYCFC and the Red Bulls from New Jersey. The match was a full out fight, with both teams trading goals and the lead, before FC Captain David Villa finished off his first MLS …

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Let’s discuss sports. You may not watch sports all the time, or if you do you tend to stick to only a couple of sports. Personally, I watch a wide variety, from Baseball and Hockey, to Soccer, NASCAR, and the Olympics. But sometimes a sport or event comes along that everyone should be watching. It …

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Yesterday I went to watch NYCFC vs Orlando City at Yankee Stadium, as Cyle Larin scored two with an answer from David Villa and a 2-1 loss. I sat front row in Legends, and as an early attendance gift got a chance to greet the Starting XI as they finished practice. The weather was beautiful, and …

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The biggest threat that faces NBC every other year during the Olympics is: Spoilers. And with social media abuzz at every medal and record breaking attempt, it makes it hard for NBC to get people in front of their TVs for their primetime coverage. But PyeongChang 2018 is going to even the playing field for …

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NYCFC kicks off their third season on Sunday, following a season in which they finished second in the Eastern Conference, and had an off-season which saw the departure of Frank Lampard and (finally) Mix Diskerud. But with a new season comes new promise, as 5’3″ Maxi Moralez takes Lampard’s DP slot, Sean Johnson takes up …

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I’m sure there are a lot that I’m forgetting, but here are the Top 10 Sports Moments that I remember. These don’t include things like “The Tyree Catch”, which may have been incredible, but didn’t affect my ‘sports rooting’ and the teams that I follow (more life it infuriated me as a Cowboys fan). These …

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Last night cemented a few things as the “Greatest of All Time”, or GOATs. For starters, the Game itself: Never has a Super Bowl gone to Overtime, but the bigger shocker is that a team has never come back from more than 10-points down to win the game, and the Patriots trailed by as much …

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Super Bowl LI will be played this Sunday in Houston, Texas between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. The Patriots are being led by four-time Champion (and three-time Super Bowl MVP) Tom Brady and the mastermind coach of Bill Belichick. It doesn’t seem to matter what receivers/running backs are placed with that duo, they …

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