What Is It Like To Watch El Clasico In Barcelona?

By: Casey Rhine

Ohhhh El Clásico, where to begin. One of soccer's most heated, yet most deeply cherished rivalries.Few of you readers get to experience El Clasico, in Barcelona, while it's happening. This was my mission on December 23rd and should be your mission on May 6th if you are not lucky enough to go to the game in the Camp Nou.

I Finally Tried eFootball — Please Don’t Make The Same Mistake

I’ll admit, I was curious. With PES fully rebranding to eFootball and going free to play — something I’ve long thought FIFA should do — I was willing to give the franchise another shot. And yet, I cannot even recommend downloading this janky game right now. 

Explaining The ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2 Finale, Including That [Spoiler Redacted]

Warning: The following Ted Lasso Season 2 finale recap includes major spoilers for “Ted Lasso” through Season 2.

Season 2 of “Ted Lasso” opens with a closeup of Nathan Shelley’s eyes, the assistant coach watching with youthful enthusiasm as his team earns a late penalty against Nottingham Forest. Season 2 ends with a closeup on Nate, hair turned completely gray, the sparkle completely gone from his eyes. 

Nathan Shelley is now the villain of “Ted Lasso” — he is now the rival coach on Rupert Mannion’s West Ham. Season 3 is gonna be fun. 

Waiting For The Ball To Drop: Penultimate ‘Ted Lasso’ Season 2 Episode Was A Big Tease

Season 2 of “Ted Lasso” has been building to a crescendo for a while now. Since Episode 208, the hits have kept coming. But the penultimate episode of the season, “Midnight Train To Royston,” felt a bit like a big tease. There were no real major plot revelations and the one new storyline felt forced and awkward. 

I’m An Emotional Wreck After Watching The Quintessential ‘Ted Lasso’ Episode

Funniest. Funeral. Ever. With a side of some heart-wrenching moments. It was the quintessential “Ted Lasso” episode, and it had me laughing through tears for nearly 45 minutes.

Warning: The following contains major spoilers for “Ted Lasso” through Season 2, Episode 10. 

No Necesitamos La Xenofobia Del Bofo Bautista Para Animar El Clásico Entre América Y Chivas

Por 243ª vez en la historia, América y Chivas lucharán por obtener los derechos que entrega ser el triunfador en el clásico más importante del fúbtol mexicano: presumir grandeza, burlarse del rival y un largo y mágico etcétera. El partido es el plato central de la Jornada 10 del Apertura 2021 y tendrá un Estadio Azteca al 75 por ciento de su aforo.

Como siempre, será una fiesta, pero hay algo que no necesitamos: la xenofobia de Adolfo Bautista.

Coach Beard Finally Gets His Moment In ‘Ted Lasso’ Spotlight With Uniquely Wonderful Episode

It’s about time. After 18 episodes of doing his own thing in the background as Ted Lasso’s selfless assistant coach, Coach Beard, played by Brendan Hunt, finally got his chance to be the focus on an episode of “Ted Lasso.” While Season 2, Episode 9 “Beard After Hours” probably wasn’t the best episode — some might argue it was the worst — it was certainly the most unique, and I guarantee many will say it was their favorite.

Warning: The following contains “Ted Lasso” spoilers through Season 2, Episode 9.

New Balance’s Tekela V3+ Boot Brings A Whole Different Vision To The Game

Patterns of play dictate how an attack goes about breaking down a defense. Whether it’s neat passing triangles to keep possession, an overload to gain the numerical advantage or a cross-field switch to disrupt a static backline, these predetermined moves are all integral to match-winning play.

FIFA 22’s New Mini-Games Are More Mario Party Than Soccer

With the new FIFA game weeks away from release, the new mini-games will have you questioning what game you are even playing. 

If you were tired of playing regular soccer on FIFA, this is your year. With numerous new outside-the-box game modes, gather anyone who can play because it looks to be absolutely nutty.