Happy Tuesday! You may have heard that some underdogs (underfoxes?) won the English Premier League yesterday and it was kind of a big deal. We're gonna get to that, but first! First a few other things.
Analyzing the USA's Copa America 40-man preliminary roster - Stars and Stripes FC
why Edgar Castillo why
Collin confident he, Red Bulls will make perfect match | FourFourTwo
They are a perfect match of two things I don't like very much. (I'm actually sharing this because of the quick note about European interest in Birdbomb at the end.)
ASN article: Fafa Picault Tells ASN: 'I'm Happy & Extremely Hungry'
You might even say he's...young, scrappy, and hungry?
What is 'good' football? The role of aesthetics in the modern game | These Football Times
Okay, full disclosure, I didn't read this and am blindly sharing it here because I came across it and it's about soccer and stuff.
Leicester City's Premier League title defies any logical explanation | FC Yahoo - Yahoo Sports
Very serious congratulations to those who bet on Leicester to win the league, though.
Claudio Ranieri: The man who defied preconceptions – and won’t ever ask for an apology | FourFourTwo
This was written before Leicester locked up the title today, but it's an interesting look nonetheless at this remarkable team's coach.
Leicester City: Claudio Ranieri transforms from loveable loser to legend - Sport - ABC News
And some more on Ranieri.
Your turn! Hit the comments as you please.