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Recommended Reading

SBI's Recommended Reading

Alfio Basile (Reuters)

By SEAN RUBIO

With Champions League semi-finals getting most of the attention today, there is not a whole lot to pass along to you.  That being said, there are two great reads about lower-level English clubs, as well as some of South Africa's neighbors helping to pitch in for 2010:

Southern African Power Pool offers support for 2010 World Cup [AllAfrica]

Tears of joy for AFC Wimbledon [Guardian]

Red Star Belgrade board quits as clubs nears collapse [ESPNSoccernet]

A look at Burnley's coach Owen Coyle, and their dream season [BBC]

Alfio Basile offered to replace Mark Hughes as Man City coach [MadAboutFutbol]

Think Basile would be a good fit at Man City?  Sad to see a former European champion seemingly destined for complete collapse?  Happy to see AFC Wimbledon promoted for the fourth straight season?

Share your thoughts below.

7 comments
  • sean monaghan

    GOOD NEWS EVERYBODY!

    THE DOCUMENTRY IVES PUT UP ON HERE ABOUT THE 4 PEOPLE WHO WENT TRAVELING AROUND THE WORLD PLAYING SOCCER WON THE CONTEST!THEY ARE MAKING THE MOVIE!

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  • Andy in Atlanta

    I have always followed AFC Wimbledon’s story and they plight of their fans who had their club stolen from them…one of the best kept secrets in football that could have a tremendous movie about it if they in fact make it all the way to the league in a few years.

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  • adam b

    these posts showing recommended reading is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. ive read them every time so far. keep it up Ives, great work!

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  • Oranje Bleeder

    Love the recommended reading. I appreciate it.
    Wimbledon story has movie all over it, but studio heads in the US will change it to baseball, and it will star Jimmy Fallon.

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