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Steve Amoia

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Steve is a freelance writer, editor and translator from Washington, D.C. He was the founder of World Football Commentaries in 2006. He has written for AC Cugini Scuola Calcio (Soccer School), Football Media, Italian Soccer Serie A, International Herald Tribune 2006 World Cup Fan Blog, Keeper Skool and Soccerlens. Steve has also created three football-related sites: World Football, Italian Calcio and History of the Azzurri, and The Amoias of the Americas. Steve translated player and manager quotes from Italian and Spanish to English for Soccerlens during the FIFA 2010 World Cup.

Fabio Capello: New England Manager

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On Thursday, 13 December, Fabio Capello, 61, was appointed by the FA as the next manager of England. Terms of his contract will be...

My Chance Meeting With Juventus FC

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I took the above picture at RFK Stadium just before the game began. In the center were Stefano Tacconi, Gaetano Scirea, and Antonio Cabrini....

Interview with Ruben Olthuis, Creator of Best Players Directory and Brazilian Football Websites

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Soccerlens is very pleased to welcome Mr. Ruben Olthuis, who is the creator of one of the largest football player databases in the world,...

Interview: Dr. Craig Panther, Fulham’s Medical Officer

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Image courtesy of Pure Sports Medicine. The recent debate on player burnout and the need (or lack thereof) for a winter break sparked a flurry...

Interview with Steven Goff of Soccer Insider and The Washington Post

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Image courtesy of the Washington Post Soccerlens is very pleased to welcome Mr. Steven Goff who is one of the most respected and prominent football...

Sheffield F.C. Celebrates Their 150th Anniversary

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Image courtesy of Wikipedia. On Thursday night, 08 November, the Inter Milan youth team will play a commemorative friendly against Sheffield F.C, who are the...

Nothing But Nets: Humanitarian Diego Gutierrez of the Chicago Fire

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Image courtesy of Nothing But Nets. In a story discussed a few days ago by Steve Goff of the Washington Post and Soccer Insider, Diego...

Interview with former Arsenal and Southend player Adrian Clarke

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Image courtesy of Adrian Clarke and Sport Media Solutions. Soccerlens is very pleased to welcome a former footballer turned journalist. Adrian Clarke, who was born...

Alfredo Di Stefano, La Saeta Rubia (The Blond Arrow) – a Real Madrid and...

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Image courtesy of Wikipedia. Saturday, during the La Liga fixture between Espanyol and Real Madrid, the cameras focused several times on an older gentleman in...

My Friend Who Played With Pelé

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President Bill Clinton and Pelé during a 1997 visit to Rio de Janeiro. Many years ago, someone stopped me as I was walking in the...

Why Do Americans Call It Soccer?

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This article is a submission for the Soccerlens Football Writing Competition; to participate, please read the details here. Contrary to what the media and others...