This Week In The Pyramid: 5/13/16
Hello again everyone, welcome to This Week in The Pyramid! In this article I'm going to focus on bringing you short blurbs of information and fun content I've found throughout the past week.
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 (hopefully soon to be) regularly scheduled program. Check it out
Soccer Nomad Podcast: Released earlier this week, I was interview by Austin Long at Soccer Nomad Podcast. It's only 30 minutes long, has some fun stories and observations, and lays nice groundwork for a Part 2 down the line.
Periodic Table of Elements: If you like soccer, and you like art, and you like science, this is for you. It's Manchester United's greatest players turned into a Periodic Table of Elements art print. I'm not a United fan, but I'd buy this.
Future of the College Game: This is an old article that surprisingly appeared on MLSsoccer.com. It's very well written, describing the state and possible future of men's college soccer after Jordan Morris and Stanford won the most recent National Title game. Worth the time to read, since it is a little longer.
Emerging Countries: Stats are great. And so is this article. A full breakdown of where some of the worlds emerging soccer leagues, Indian Super League, Chinese Soccer League, Major League Soccer, compare attendance wise to the more traditional soccer powers of the world. These are the kind of stats to keep an eye on over the coming years.