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Ehhh PUTO! it should be stopped

Rene Delgadillo, Staff Reporter

June 14, 2016

The word “puto” has become a major issue for the International Federation of Association Football, or FIFA, and the Mexican national soccer team. The word has become the central part of a ritual present in almost any soccer g...

After the champagne and fireworks, obscurity returns

Alonso Moreno, Copy Editor

July 14, 2015

It took three years for a shot at revenge, 11 months to face the cruel rival who stole their shot at glory, 18 days of work to put it all on the line once more, 90 minutes for redemption and it all will be forgotten in the blink ...

U.S. women ‘s soccer above the rest

Juan Carlos Navarrete, Staff Reporter

July 7, 2015

The United States Women’s Soccer Team World Cup Championship was positive in many different aspects. It redeemed their World Cup Final loss of four years ago and put this squad of women among the rest of the U.S.’s sports greats...

Ding dong the witch is dead! What Joseph Blatter’s resignation means for world soccer

Luis Gonzalez, Sports Editor

June 9, 2015

He had to resign, there was no other way. But, then again, how many times do we actually see people do the right thing. I thought the only way the world of soccer would get rid of Joseph Blatter would be with him in handcuffs....

Top five stories lines from the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Javier Cortez, Sports Editor

July 15, 2014

It’s time to reflect on the world’s most popular tournament now that the World Cup has concluded. From the group stage to the final match, there were shocking upsets, masterful goals, great individual performances and a lot of ...

Mexico can dream again

Luis Gonzalez, Staff Reporter

June 24, 2014

It came down to one game where the result meant everything. Whatever had been done prior, wouldn’t matter. It would be undone if the result at the end of 90 minutes was not favorable. The Mexican national team made sure it all ...

South American Domination in Rio

Luis Gonzalez, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2014

There is nothing like it.  Nothing comes close to the emotions that a World Cup awakens. The anticipation, the nerves, the passion, and the hopes and dreams created are unmatched. The whole world will be watching as 32 countries...

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