If Hamlet Gave Argentina’s Pre-World Cup Final Speech
July 12, 2014
Alejandro Sabella channels the Prince of Denmark
To be read in the voice of Ian Darke.
In Chaucer's "The Miller's Tale," they were barrels. Me, I have my barn.
Ketchup vs. Mayonnaise, and 9 Other Reasons Belgium Doesn't Have a Chance Against the U.S.
June 30, 2014
The fabulist patriot's guide to the most important sporting event in American history
"As You Bite It": Uruguay-Italy through Shakespeare
June 25, 2014
This hilarious take turns the Suarez World Cup bite into "I do bite my thumb at you. Sir!"
England's Loss to Uruguay, as Epic Poem
June 19, 2014
Sad supporter pens doggeral of defeat
I was hoping for a little sympathy. This is what happened instead.
Toasting the World Cup (and Much More) at a Brazilian Steakhouse
21 Things That Must Happen During This World Cup
June 10, 2014
A must (must, must!) read post for every England fan.
Five Things We’ve Learned from Euro 2012
June 30, 2012
1) Pirlo is semi-divine. He made England look, well, stupid, but that’s not saying much. His real performance for the ages was against a much better Germany side four days later. There was a moment in the first half of the semi-final where you thought he was going to get found out, though. Under pressure in the German half, ball at his feet, for a moment he looked old, frail even. A younger, fitter Özil harried him, and in turning away from the obscenely one-footed Real Madrid star, Pirlo stumbled, putting his right arm down to the turf to steady himself as he fell.