2010 World Cup Football [see also: soccer] Power Rankings: The ‘Committee For Who Wins’ decides

Hey Venuers, how you doing? Still balling? Thought so… And btw, caught your breath yet? Holy mackerel, ten beers and nigh 36 hours ago, US Soccer made The Venuist entirely forget that the NBA Finals ever happened. Too bad the that Peanuts’ gang of Charlie Brown look-a-likes (see also: Slovenia) couldn’t come along for the … Continue reading

FIFA Announces That the Result of US v Algeria Already Determined by Refs – AP Reports

The ESPN/ABC sports family remains firmly committed to presenting the very finest in 2010 World Cup coverage. We consider it an honor to cover what is truly the largest, most exciting, and most meaningful spectacle of sports in the world. Even if it is just a fucking soccer tournament.

Running World Cup Diary: England v USA; all day, all day

Join The Venuist and MagsBarmyArmy all day as the Voices brings you a running diary of all today’s action. Follow the action here, at the VENUIST blog. -T*V

Saturday/Saturday: Premiership Predictions

Oh to be nineteen and making your Premiership debut in a highly anticipated and crucial match for your club; cue nineteen year old, Spurs winger Danny Rose (a product of the Leeds United Academy, I may add!). Ten minutes into the tie, Almunia punched away a corner straight into the path of oncoming Danny Rose, … Continue reading

Saturday/Saturday: English Premiership Football Review

More European trials and tribulations this week: who would have thunk that going into this weeks plethora of Euro-matches that out of the four English teams remaining in various competitions that it would be Liverpool and Fulham that would emerge victorious?? It was always going to be tough for Arsenal; Barca away at the Nou … Continue reading

Saturday/Saturday English Premier League Predictions

What a week in the life and times of the Champions League! Barcelona gave Arsenal a master class in the art of football and retaining possession only to be scuppered in the final minutes and held to a draw as the Gunners fought back to 2 – 2; its still going to be devilishly tough … Continue reading

Saturday/Saturday Premiership Football Predictions!

Aston Villa V Wolves A tough east midlands derby, grudge match. Agbonlahor (love saying that name) picked up an injury midweek, so Emile Hesky may start up front instead. Martin O’Neill’s boys are still the only Premiership club to remain unbeaten in 2010 (ask the kids say: twenty-ten). Granted there have been a bucket load … Continue reading

Landon Donovan: Who He Is and Why You Should Give a Damn

This year Landon Donovan was named the 50th greatest player in the world of soccer (ever) in the year 2010. [[Editors note: that’s pronounced “twenty-ten”, capice?]] After dominating America’s MLS (or the Bush Leagues), Donovan failed to make any real impact during his brief visits to the topflight German leagues. But in his latest stint … Continue reading

Saturday/Saturday English Premier League & FA Cup Match Predictions: MagsBarmyArmy Reports!

Arsenal V Burnley Arsene Wenger has dedicated the rest of the season and the quest for the title to young Aaron Ramsey, who suffered the stomach churning leg break injury last weekend against Stoke. He is apparently doing much better, but will be out for up to six months. Not that the Gunners need an … Continue reading

'Saturday/Saturday' English Premiership Football Predictions: MagsBarmyArmy Reports!

Big shout out and tasty props to Sachin Tendulkar this week and his achievement within the cultured confines of the gentrified game of Cricket. Yeah, cricket: once described by dear Kobe Bryant as the game where you ”run between the poles?” Our Kobe isn’t the smartest lad: they are wickets mate, wickets; not poles! Being … Continue reading