Welcome to the new Soccer By Ives

After nearly five years with the same design we started with way back on New Year’s Day of 2008, SBI has finally undergone a facelift.

It has taken several months, and will probably take a few more days to work out the kinks, but we have completed a major transformation of the website many of you have made a regular part of your soccer-loving day.

The changes are considerable, but necessary and we ask that you join us as we make this transition into a new era at SBI. Please bear with us as we put the finishing touches on these changes, and rest assured we will be working hard to try and make it a smooth transition for all of you.

We welcome feedback on the changes. Let us know what you like, don’t like, want to see more of and want to see less of. Tell us what you love, and what you hate, and we will take it all into consideration as we complete the final aspects of SBI’s transformation.

As always, please share your thoughts below.

  • todd

    it’s nice. although i miss the simplicity of the old site. I think i might access the rss feed.


  • LarryM

    Personally, I detest all websites that allow video media to open automatically when the website is activated. Ives, please fix this!! I like your contributions, but will cease coming to your site if the video runs without me deliberately activating it.


  • Soto

    The old rss feed did not announce this change, so I only found the new site by accident. I had not noticed that I stopped getting SoccerByIves updates. You might want to put an announcement in the old feed so readers will know to go directly to this site.

    Now to track down a new feed.


  • Kevin

    There doesn’t seem to be a way to email questions, or contact SBI at all. I would like to see at least a contact us form.
    Thanks for the great coverage.


    • Smacking

      Yes! I also recommend a short about us section that explains who the members of the team are and why they have credibility as writers. I know it’s a work in progress but I’d also like to see the twitter feed back on the sidebar.


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