This Week In The Pyramid: 6/10/16
Hello again everyone, welcome to This Week in The Pyramid! Euro 2016 starts this afternoon! Trying to get all my work done in the morning so I can watch France vs Romania uninterrupted.
Before we go any further, please take some time to check out the Partners page. AP has several great partners, all working to grow the game of soccer at the lower levels, and more will be forthcoming. Check out their sites and lend them your support. Now, for your regularly scheduled program. Check it out.
Canadian Premier League: In case you didn't know, rumors have been swirling for quite awhile about a new Canadian Premier League, backed by the CFL. This is a good recap of what's going on, and why this needs to be announced sooner rather then later.
Riverside and Deportivo Coras: In case you didn't know, there is a team in Riverside, California that's looking to go pro. And they aren't just talking about. They're taking all the right political steps to make sure it can actually happen. An important read if you are looking, or are thinking about looking into, starting a team.
I See Football Everywhere: A site from graphic designer Dan Leydon in Sligo, Ireland. He takes famous players and makes their names into famous business logos. A lot of fun to look at.
The Neighborhood Team: This is what lower division soccer in the states could and should be, and in some cases, is. A short video leading to a larger documentary, everything is in Spanish, including the link to the full documentary at the end of the video, so be prepared. There are subtitles though, for the less linguistically inclined among us.
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