SBI Live Q&A

SBI Live Q&A (Nov. 9th Edition)

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It is time to talk all things soccer in the latest SBI Live Q&A.

We have plenty of topics to discuss this time around. Whether it's the U.S. national team, MLS, college soccer or European and international soccer, we can talk about it for the next few hours.

Let's jump right in and get started (Live Q&A is after the jump):


  • Goalscorer24

    Are Hope Solo and Donovan dating? (Donovan has been at the last two performances for Dancing with the Stars)


  • Carl

    David Moyes says signing Landon to a permanent deal is not realistic. How much do you think MLS would want?

    Everton recently sold Arteta for 10 Million pounds, right? Seems they would have the cash.


  • Goalscorer24

    You could be right, but why was Donovan attending? Maybe he wants to be on the Next Dancing with the Stars.


  • TimChapman

    They’re in large debt, and do not make that much revenue. So they must be really really frugal.


  • RyanTheArkansasRazorback

    Because we almost lost to them with a full strength side playing a system they knew forward and backward. I won’t be surprised with any result that’s close in this game. We win or lose by 3 and I will be shocked.


  • RyanTheArkansasRazorback

    I love LD and him at Everton, but I don’t think they’re ready to spend Arteta money on a player that doesn’t appear to be the same caliber as Arteta. I would like to see him there, though a return of Fulhamerica would also be nice.


  • Andy

    I have to agree with the posters on the Title IX issue. The universities don’t really have a choice on which programs to cut as Men’s Football and Basketball fund all of the other sports programs. Bad teams make less money so if you cut football scholarships, you end up having to cut those other sports anyway.

    Change the rule to be equal number of teams and same percentage of players, per team, with scholarships, and you have a workable system.


  • Stephen

    This. To blame the schools for cutting certain programs is backwards thinking. Title IX has done some good things, but much like all affirmative action rules, it has quickly become antiquated and out lived most of it’s usefulness.


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