If Not Now, When?

If Not Now, When?

I was 14 years old when I first was introduced. Either the day after or a couple of days before I had started my freshman year of high school. I don’t quite remember which. I was scrolling through Twitter when I glanced at a tweet with a photo of a man. He was holding a […]

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 MBS, Newcastle and the Dangers of Sportswashing

MBS, Newcastle and the Dangers of Sportswashing

On October 2, 2018, Jamal Khashoggi, a columnist for the Washington Post, stepped into Istanbul’s Saudi consulate to obtain documents that he needed for his marriage. A seemingly innocuous task for the writer, he stepped inside, likely not knowing the fate that awaited him through the doors. It was the last time that Khashoggi was […]

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 Belarus: Women’s Championship Suspended

Belarus: Women’s Championship Suspended

As it has become common knowledge, the Belarusian Premier League is yet to have suspended play behind closed doors. At the time of writing, the Eastern European nation has 3728 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 36 people passing away from the disease. Just yesterday, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko declared that “nobody will die of coronavirus […]

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 I Love the Belarusian Premier League

I Love the Belarusian Premier League

Well, we have found ourselves in truly strange and unprecedented times. I never thought that I’d be sitting down and eagerly writing about the Belarusian Premier League, but here we are. I suppose that if this time is going to be good for anything, it will be for learning about things you didn’t really know […]

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 Do Better, Jeremy Jacobs

Do Better, Jeremy Jacobs

In these uncertain times, there have been beautiful stories of people and organizations coming together to help each other. This is especially true in the world of sports, with most leagues around the world pausing due to COVID-19. Players and organizations coming together to help pay staff salaries, donations and other acts of good measure […]

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