Soccer Scholar Heading to Memphis

Jim Conroy will take his newly developed "Soccer Scholar" team to Memphis to take on  a host of college level teams. They will be in the US from March 15th to 23rd to play 7 games. "We have 3 lads from England, 1 lad from France, 1 lad from Poland and 1 lad from New... Continue Reading →

Favorite Football Boots of all time?

By Jonathan Carroll What's your favorite football boot? Let's face it, everyone who has played football, or soccer if you're American, has a favorite make of brand of boot they like to wear. My love affair with Adidas started when I was in primary school in Ireland. A good friend of mine, John Smith came... Continue Reading →

Leadership, Discipline, & Community – The Night Hawk Way

I came across a great article from Jason Hendrix titled "Leadership, Discipline and Community - The Night Hawk Way". The article details the rise of the Thomas University men's soccer program on the eve of their opening game of the National Championship against St. Andrews University. The game is at 12.30pm EST and a live... Continue Reading →

Liverpool 0-2 Chelsea – Hindsight is 20/20

By Jonathan Carroll   It was a game that Liverpool needed only a point from. A game that Chelsea really needed to win in order to stay in the title race. Brendan Rodgers didn't back in down in trying to go straight at Chelsea from the off and take the game by the scruff of... Continue Reading →

How Colaiste Ide Set Me Up For Life

   Colaiste Ide is today known as one of the best resources for American college coaches looking to recruit players to play in the college setting. Jim Conroy and Danny Crowley have to turn people away due to the courses popularity in Ireland. The groundwork was put in by Jim, originally running the course on his... Continue Reading →

When Jamie Carragher Met Pep Guardiola

Jamie Carragher recently traveled to Germany to find out the secret to Bayern Munich's academy success and also the ways in which Pep Guardiola goes about achieving greatness with every team he coaches. The full article can be found at:  

The Culture of “Supporting Your Team” is Fading Away

By Jonathan Carroll Growing up I had no choice as to what teams I would follow when it came to Gaelic football and football. My father was and still is an avid Meath man when it comes to gaelic. I remember fondly the days standing on the Canal End in Croke Park watching Sean Boylan's... Continue Reading →

Adam Morgans 45 yard Strike v Man City U-21

  Liverpool's U-21's squared up against Manchester City last night and recorded a 2-0 victory. Adam Morgan opened the scoring with an impressive 45 yard strike below. Cameron Branagan later made it 2-0 after good work down the right flank from Stephen Sama. Good to know theres more talent coming through at Academy level.  ... Continue Reading →

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