Hello readers, I wanted to begin by apologizing for the long wait on this article. For those of you who might not know, several weeks ago, or should I say, Thanksgiving weekend, I threw out the idea of doing an article on the pros, cons, and cost of an amateur team joining a regional league over a national league. I make no promises as to how long or short this article might be, and I will do my best to be as fair and un-biased as possible. Check out the article after the break.
Soccer And The Art Of Storytelling: An Interview With Peter Ostrovsky of The Evergreen Premier League
Welcome to the Pyramid once again faithful readers. Whether you found us on Facebook, Twitter, or somewhere in between, it's good to have you here. I've got a really special interview for everyone today. I had the pleasure of interviewing one of the most interesting people in soccer that I've encountered thus far, Peter Ostrovsky. Peter helps out with the Evergreen Premier League in Washington state, and has quite the colorful background and story of how he came to be involved in soccer. He's a smart man running a very exciting local league, one that is definitely worth your time to check out. It was a fun interview and I'm really excited to share it with all of you. Read on after the break, and prepare to be amazed.
Welcome back readers, hope you all had wonderful Thanksgiving, filled with much Turkey and other good foods. Now it's time to get back into soccer mode and shed a few pounds real quick before all the Christmas parties kick in. Just to keep everyone informed, the next several interviews we're all finished over the last few weeks, but are being released in a delayed manner due to the holidays often becoming much of a more a blur then anticipated. This interview is a great way to to kick start the holidays though. Jason Barbato of North County Battalion out of Carlisbad, California gives some of the best, longest, and deepest interviews we've had. It's a real delight, and I'm excited to see what you all think. Check out the interview after the break.