The Rundown: Best Links Of The Week

While the content here at The Yanks Are Coming is nothing short of top-notch, we want you to know it’s OK to venture elsewhere in the blogosphere. To spare you from reading hours and hours of worthless crap, we present you five of the best stories of the week from other sources. Excuse us while we pat ourselves on the back.

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5. Match Fit USA: Evaluating the Value of the January Camp

Jason Davis deviates from the pack by making the contention that January camp does in fact serve some semblance of a purpose…

4. Soccer 365: I’ve Brought My Own Clipboard

An in-depth piece by Greg Seltzer in which he constructs a World Cup depth chart for the USMNT and backs up his selections with insightful perspective…

3. Soccer Fanhouse: DaMarcus Beasley States His Case

Once left for dead, DaMarcus Beasley is stating his case for a spot on the USMNT World Cup roster thanks to a resurgence with Rangers…

2. ESPNsoccernet: Europe no longer a straightforward decision for MLS players

With the World Cup mere months away, players such as Stu Holden are having difficulty deciding whether to test their skills on the highest level…

1. The Shin Guardian: Soccerizing American Sports

Securing the top spot of the week, Mark from The Shin Guardian explains to readers how leagues such as the NBA and MLB could benefit by taking a cue from soccer…

To nominate an article or blog entry for The Rundown, send your favorite links to dan@yanksarecoming.com.

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