Hello again readers! Thanks to the Twitter poll conducted earlier this month, I am releasing an interview selected by you, the readers, as the third interview for the month of January. See what you're missing if you aren't following AP on Twitter? Stop reading and go follow us. Then come back and read the interview.
Now, Nick Surface graciously agreed to do this interview with me back before Christmas, but thanks to the overwhelming responses to interview requests among the awesome community that is lower level American soccer, I'm just now able to release it. Check it out.
Welcome back to the Pyramid ladies and gentlemen! I'm really excited to be sharing this interview with you. Let's get right to the chase today.
For those of you who don't know, this is the second interview I've done for a team based in Mobile, with AFC Mobile being the other. Check that interview out by clicking THIS. Daniel Workman was gracious enough to spend some time answering questions with me over Twitter messenger. This is a long interview, but it's a really good one, covering all kinds of topics including the development of youth soccer players. Check it out.
Welcome back to the Pyramid readers! I wanted to thank everyone for participating in the Twitter poll last week that determined the next few weeks worth of interviews. We've got some real exciting stuff lined up for you, starting with this.
Before we delve into things, I've got a quick announcement. American Pyramid has teamed up with Non-League America to provide a more comprehensive amount of coverage and content for the lower levels of American soccer. This will include a page on their website containing our articles, and I'm hearing something about AP pins...Go check them out, they've got some great content up already and our totally worth a look.
Back to this interview, Lonnel Baisey reached out to AP over Twitter back before Christmas. Due to the holidays and the surprising amount of responses to interview requests, this is the first opportunity I've had to get this out here. It was a fun interview, and there's a very substantial, story like section explaining the teams origin taken directly from the team website. Check it out.
Welcome to the Pyramid, and our first article of 2016! Before we go any further, let us pause and consider the madness of professional soccer in the modern day. Rafa Benetiz, he who has a record of 17 wins, 5 draws and 3 losses, with a team 4 points off the lead, has been fired. Rumors are swirling of Louis Van Gaal being fired and replaced by Jose Mourinho, himself fired earlier this winter. Silly season is truly upon us.
Now, this weeks interview was a surprise. After the interview with the Milwaukee Barons a couple of weeks ago, Andreas Davi of the Milwaukee Torrent reached out to me and we spent New Years Eve doing a rolling interview, covering some German soccer, the American Soccer League 2, and what the plan is for soccer in Milwaukee. Check it out below.