25 July 2007

The Freezer for July 24th 2007

The US Soccer Fragility Index, known as the Freezer, is the anti-power poll. Each week, Oscar, Kinney, and D have a frank discussion over email and chat to rank the most feeble, the most tenuous, and the overall weakest things in US Soccer. It's the second most feared list in US Soccer behind 101 Beckham Voyeur Tips by Dave O'Brien

Interestingly enough, it was a very good week for Soccer in the United States but that success highlighted the problems that currently plague the sport. This week in the Freezer soccer players moved up and out while a bunch of organizations moved down into the cold. DC United moves back into the freezer after an ugly July, as does BSPN and another maligned group that was doing pretty decent before this past weekend.

Note: The Freezer is a collaborative effort of the DCenters. Kinney just posted it this week. We all wrote the thing.

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At 25 July, 2007 11:58, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, as much as I enjoy the Freezer, I can't stomach the terrible English any more. I know all that pesky grammar stuff made for some pretty boring times in school, but don't you at least have spell-check?

At 25 July, 2007 13:52, Blogger Kinney said...

Well I usually am a bit lax on the grammar to fit my thoughts in, and was never very good at it to begin with. If the people want grammar though, I will attempt to give them grammar.

The program we use to generate the Freezer doesn't have spell check. I probably should have put it all into Word to check it, but I was pressed for time and didn't. That said I misspelled Meadowlands and earlier. They have already been changed.

At 25 July, 2007 13:54, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Should we put grammar in the freezer? ;)

At 25 July, 2007 14:35, Anonymous DCUinCT said...

You need to add your editing department to the list.

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