*UPDATE June 10, 2015: See our photo gallery from the event HERE.
Challenge your friends in a game of FIFA 15 Soccer at the Portuguese Cultural Center in Danbury, CT! Upper 90 Studios’ “Soccer Ball Car” will be featured in the Portuguese Day parade June 7th, 2015.
We will then head over to the Portuguese club to host a FIFA 15 Challenge. Fans can play Xbox on our interactive video gaming station and 32-inch LED TV mounted in the trunk.
What will you find at the PCC?
- Delicious Portuguese food – most important 🙂
- Live music, dancing, and folklore performances
- Soccer game
- Xbox FIFA 15 Challenge hosted by Upper 90 Studios and Soccer Ball Car
Louis Van Gaal has sucked all the fun out of watching Manchester United. Here are the 5 Biggest Complaints Manchester United Fans Have About Louis Van Gaal:
1. Ignoring the giant hole in the center.
When starved of options in midfield, defenders are forced to pass sideways until one of them panics and (more…)
It’s time to face the music, America: Soccer is taking over. I’m sitting in the press box at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, and I’m staring at a sold-out venue.
The majority of the fans are wearing red today, and the cheers are not being directed at the team this place calls home.
Today, they are mostly cheering for Liverpool Football Club.
New York City FC Roster – NYCFC Squad Players & Transfers
Goalkeepers: Josh Saunders, Ryan Meara, Eirik Johansen
Defenders: Jeb Brovsky, Kwame Watson-Siriboe, Jason Hernandez, George John, Chris Wingert, Josh Williams, Shay Facey, RJ Allen, Andoni Iraola, Angelino, Jefferson Mena
Midfielders: Frank Lampard, Andrea Pirlo, Andrew Jacobson, Mix Diskerud, Ned Grabavoy, Mehdi Ballouchy, Thomas McNamara, Sebastian Velasquez, Connor Brandt, Javier Calle, Kwadwo Poku, Pablo Alvarez
Forwards: David Villa, Patrick Mullins, Tony Taylor, Adam Nemec, Khiry Shelton
Coach: Jason Kreis
Stadium: Yankee Stadium
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David Moyes watched by Grim Reaper in last match as United manager vs Everton. Photo: Reuters
David Moyes SACKED by Manchester United
5 Reasons Why:
#1. The 2-0 loss to Everton. The humiliating defeat to his former club proved why David Moyes was incapable of managing a club of United’s stature. It was apparent from minute one that Moyes’ style is to react to the opponent in an effort to contain them. “Let’s try not to lose,” instead of, “Let’s go out there and win!” It’s a defensive-minded approach suited to mid-table teams not capable of standing toe-to-toe with the top clubs.
In contrast, Roberto Martinez has a courageous, positive approach – a trait that distinguishes good managers from champions. (more…)