By Andrew Dixon, Staff Reporter It’s been some some year. International footy was no different. As Hammer said, “Let’s Get it Started.” Argentina-The Albiceleste claimed their first international title in 28 years with their Copa America triumph, allowing Lionel Messi to finally raise a trophy for his country. The Albiceleste breezed through the group stage […]Read more "The Year In Soccer: 2021 From A to Z"
With the Copa América deciding its championship with another Brazil-Argentina
classic tonight and England looking to capture its first senior title since the Johnson Administration
home soil against Italy in the final of Euro 2021 tomorrow, soccer fans in the Caribbean and North and
Central America will begin to refocus their gaze over the coming weeks on the Gold Cup.
By Andrew Dixon III, Staff Reporter TALLAHASSEE –– Summer Summer Summertime…. The NBA Draft is done, the Major League baseball season is just about to hit the All-Star Break and one of my favorite summer sports events, Wimbledon, is just getting underway (Coco Gauff y’all!!!). Yet The Summer of Soccer continues to roll on with […]Read more "Summer of Soccer Rolls On"
By Andrew Dixon III, Staff Reporter Tallahassee, FLA. — Because my favorite sports are 1)basketball and 1A)soccer (or the other way around, depending on the day) this is always one my favorite times of the year. Unfortunately, with the close of one of most theatrical NBA Finals in memory, my channel surfing is now limited […]Read more "Summer of Soccer 2019"
By Andrew Dixon It’s finally here. The 2018 Big Show aka, The World Cup. Having trouble finding reasons to watch with the U.S. out? Here’s why you should, from A-Z: Argentina-Ok, let’s be serious. This is all about Lionel Messi. I imagine that this will be his last chance to claim a World […]Read more "BASN Newsroom’s 2018 World Cup Preview from A-Z"