Lionel Messi missed a penalty kick in the Copa America final and Argentina came up short in another major tournament. Messi cried, quit the national team and incited a social-media hate storm. But let's not forget: He's amazing, and his greatness should be cherished.
If you watched any of the coverage leading up to the U.S. women's team victory over Japan on Sunday night, then you watched some of the finest TV journalism in the sports world courtesy of Fox Sports. A part of that team, analyst Kyndra de St. Aubin, has a Milwaukee connection.
Chivas de Guadalajara and Swansea City AFC played a soccer friendly at Miller Park Wednesday night, and more than 31,000 fans showed up to show the two international squads that Milwaukee loves its soccer. And the players loved them right back, playing to a spirited 1-1 draw.
Watching the World Cup games at the Highbury really showcases the diversity Milwaukee has to offer. During the Ecuadorian vs. Honduras match - we had fans from both countries hooting and hollering for their team.
Sunday February 2nd, 2014 – Island Lake, IL
I have wanted to see a Super Bowl in person since I was a kid, and I still do. My reasons are no longer the same, but if I ever get the chance I’ll definitely go. I used to want to go only to see my beloved Green ...
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Sunday February 7th, 2010 - Kenosha, WI Super Bowl Sunday. This year’s game meant nothing to me, but I still learned from it as I watched all the pomp and fluff that goes with an event that big. I think I read where over 100 million people will watch it in America and 750 millio...