Category Archives: World Cup

Mwanga interested in playing for U.S.

With eyes looking toward 2014, American fans have been drawn to some of the young MLS standouts this season, with perhaps none drawing the same amount of attention as the 19-year old Danny Mwanga of the Philadelphia Union. As one … Continue reading

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FIFA considering World Cup changes

It appears that FIFA is considering some rule changes for the World Cup next time around. No, not replay or goal line technology (at least not seriously) or more referees. FIFA President Sepp Blatter says that they are considering eliminating … Continue reading

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Rodwell to English senior team?

Stuart Pearce, the manager of England’s U-21 squad, believes that Jack Rodwell is about to break into the senior English squad. Pearce also serves in a brain trust of sorts for Three Lions boss Fabio Capello. Rodwell, who had a … Continue reading

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Why I refuse to read into World Cup TV ratings

I’m sure anybody who has managed to stumble upon this site has gotten word of the record American audience for the World Cup Final Sunday afternoon. Nielsen is reporting that 24.3 million Americans tuned in on either ABC or Univision, … Continue reading

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Spain wins World Cup, puts the planet to sleep

Umm, good morning, I guess. Welcome to The Free Header. So, I guess this means Spain is the best team in the world, right? They have certainly earned the all-time snooze-fest championship with yet another 1-0 victory, their fourth consecutive … Continue reading

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