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Tuesday 1 May 2012

From a Different Point of View – 4th Week of April Edition

Some things you may have missed from around the interwebs over the last week:

    One of my favourite sites, the award winning In Bed With Maradona, continued their usual torrent of fantastic pieces, a pair of pieces on Athletic Bilbao and Martin Fenin, check them out.

    Another must is James Richardson’s European Paper Review, released every Friday from The Guardian, available here.

    A part of posts from Bundesliga.de, the first on players hitting form at the right time and reflections on Borussia Dortmund’s title.

    Kevin McKenna looks towards the World Cup Qualifiers and a profile of John Charles, both from FIFA.com.

    In goal-line technology news, apparently non-league football will be used as a guinea pig.

    Gab Marcotti on the dearth of quality defenders – it’s not just Toronto FC’s problem – for SI.com.

    Speaking of TFC, a new blog – Typical TFC – and MLSsoccer.com’s Central Winger addresses their defensive concerns in depth.

    Proof of soccer’s influence on North American sports – NBA shirt sponsors.

    A reflective piece on the rivalry over the years between Portland and Montreal from PortlandTimbers.com.

    Finally, from ChicagoFire.com – the announcement of a futbol and art gallery showing, hosted by Dan Gargan, and his appearance on the most recent All In Podcast.

    Following Gargan’s interview is another with Tom Dunmore, of Pitch Invasion and Stadium Porn. Check out a new venture of his – XI Quarterly; they have a tumbler too.

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