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SBI Live Q&A set for Noon on Thursday (Yes, I’m back)

It's that time again, time for you to send your questions my way and time for me to answer as many of them as I can in the latest SBI Live Q&A.

I will host the latest Live Q&A on Thursday at Noon. We'll discuss everything under the sun in the soccer world, and we can also talk pop culture topics as well.

As you might have guessed, I am back from my vacation to Peru. In short, it was an amazing trip which helped me connect with my roots and see a beautiful country I plan on visiting quite a bit in the coming years.

If you're wondering about the Old School Q&A from before my trip, I haven't forgotten about it. I'll post the first answers from that Q&A this afternoon, so stay tuned.

For now, mark your schedule for Thursday at Noon for the latest SBI Live Q&A (No, not Wednesday, and yes, I did lose track of the days after my long return home).

See you all then.


  1. Can we get another primetime Live Q&A soon? For those of us who are stuck at work/in class during the afternoon ones?

  2. Someone else might be able to answer this question before tomorrow’s session:

    What’s the deal with the online package through that allows you to watch the games streaming? I’ve never purchased it before and I can’t find anything about it on their website…is it available to purchase now and I’m just not seeing it or do I have to wait until closer to the season? Do you have to watch the games live or can you stream them at a later date, like espn3?

    Thanks in advance for any info a random fan can provide.

  3. Ives what film do you think will win best picture at the oscars? Have you seen any of them? I saw Black Swan and Social Network, both are worth seeing.

    Also on a soccer note can you speak on Tim Howard’s season this year at Everton. I know he made a big save against Chelsea in the PK’s but if you saw the whole game he got lucky to not have drawn a pk against Malouda. To me he seems out of position sometimes, like he overcommits and there is an empty net on the other side. Like if he were a hockey goalie he would be susceptible to the wrap around move if that makes sense.


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