We are not big believers in social media because it seems to give people a chance to bring out the worst in themselves by posting ridiculous and vicious comments on the Internet. A big reason for that is they can essentially remain anonymous if they so wish. And it's much easier and less of a [...]
In his press conference today Rafa Benitez has given advice to his players that if they have social media accounts they can use them to communicate with but not tointeract with. The main thing for footballers is to concentrate on their football and to do everything they can to improve their game and become [.
For the second week running, Chelsea were hammered by the opposition in the first half and lost the game. As a result Didier Drogba took to his social media account and has best described what happened at the Emirates last night.
Unfortunately, Drogba is spot on and it really was men against boys in the first half, which is the most disappointing aspect.
We are at the business end of the season with points being the be all and end all at the moment. If any if you were asked would you take a below par performance and three points all of us would have said "Yes!" and last night was a massive three points.
Now I am away on holiday in Port Charlotte, Florida for the next two weeks and am unable to watch the games relying on Social Media for updates and various clips of the game.
For Alexandre Pato it must be a nightmare because having signed for Chelsea on loan in January declaring it as "a dream", you have had to wait for month before you are anywhere near fit to play. Now surely he must be ready but when would YOU give him his chance?
Anyone who follows Charlie Davies on social media knows how savvy he is and soon he will share his knowledge with the entire country.
Davies is one of three MLS players that will take over Good Morning America on Monday, May 30. Davies, along with Maurice Edu and David Villa, will talk about the art of taking selfies, interacting with fans, and deciding what to post on social media.
Preseason is here for the New England Revolution as the players reported to Gillette Stadium on Friday for entrance physicals. The guys will return today for their first day of training as well as their first media availability. While we weren't there for day one (we will be for day two), social media gave us a glimpse at the first preparations of 2016.
Horsham FC striker Terry Dodd has become something of a non-league superstar over the past few days after footage of his performance againstHalisham Town began doing the social media rounds.
Having skipped in behind the defence with all the grace and ease of movement of an African antelope, Dodd proceeded to plop his shot into the side netting despite the Halisham goal being completely vacant.
Ahora si que me sorprendieron los amigos de adidas.
La ruta del #Split9K estuvo bastante divertida, con cierto grado de exigencia, pero también con sus partes que te permitían explorar tus límites tanto de fuerza/resistencia como de velocidad. Por eso me encantan las carreras de adidas, no están diseñadas para andar de "socialito", si no para exigirte y prepararte rumbo a un Maratón.
Inicia el camino al Maratón. Es temporada abierta. Arrancamos. En sus marcas, listos... fuera.
Con el #Split6K de adidas arrancamos oficialmente la temporada de carreras que, en mi caso, debe terminar con un maratón (Space Coast Marathon) en Noviembre. Y es que, aunque ya ha habido otras carreras en el año, la llegada de los Splits marcan el inicio de la preparación formal para aquellos que quieren hacer el Maratón de la CDMX o bien, para los que simple y sencillamente traen otras metas en mente.
The relationship between Jordon Ibe and Liverpool appears to have been broken beyond repair after the player removed all mention of the club that pays him a king's ransom from his social media accounts.
The 20-year-old midfielder has barely figured in manager Jurgen Klopp's plans over the last few weeks and his omission from the matchday squadthat beat Stoke 4-1 yesterday afternoon seems to have been the final straw.
Jermaine Jones is a mystery man. As rumors about his future continue to swirl, he has taken to social media to give "insight" into his latest frame of mind. Of course, that doesn't mean his insight is clear—or even comprehensible. But it just may hint at what's next for the USMNT mainstay.
Todo se mueve muy rápido, las inversiones, los cambios en los medios sociales, la integración de aplicaciones, nuevos desarrollos. Estamos metidos en una inercia positiva de innovación, pero con su parte negativa que implica perderse dentro de todo.
Instagram libera funcionalidades, Snapchat irrumpe con fuerza, Facebook Live intentando (o logrando) desplazar a Periscope, cambios de orden en Facebook, algoritmos en evolución (Page Rank, Edge Rank, etc) y una nueva serie de formatos y contenidos derivados de los famosos seis segundos que Vine nos trajo.
With the FA Cup Final crowning on the horizon, Wilfried Zaha chose this week to spruce up his social media brand with a nifty new theme.
Indeed, the Crystal Palace winger and his team proudly debuted his fresh new Twitter profile on Thursday evening, which boasted a swanky banner image and profile picture, which featured Zaha's new personalised brand logo.
Shane Campbell announced his signing with the City Islanders via social media yesterday.
York, Pennsylvania native Shane Campbell will have a chance to start his professional career close to home. The former Louisville and Penn State defender/midfielder who spent time with the Philadelphia Union Academy announced that he had signed with the Harrisburg City Islanders on social media Tuesday.
Fulham have been busywarning their players about the perils of flirting with fans on social media by duping them into thinking they were interacting with a 16-year-old female fan.
In reality, the players were actually chatting to a web expert who was hired by the club to pose as a teenage girl the idea being toshock the club's younger players into being more cautious when using Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and the like.
My discussion section spent lots of time speaking aboutbrands last week. From physically branding animals to the Jordan brand (as in Michael Jordan). It was an all-encompassing talk, but as we reached soccer, we touched on the idea of the Ronaldo brand versus the Messi brand. I do not consider myself a soccer fanatic, so.
It's Latin and it means bloody awful week and it hasn't been the best seven days in the history of Singapore football.
It started of course with LionsXII being unceremoniously removed from the Malaysia Super League and probably finding out about it via social media; certainly the Malaysian FA made a thing about saying how they hadn't informed their counterparts south of the Causeway.
Listen to the fourth episode of Divers And Cheats, the show hosted by Kartik Krishnaiyer where he tackles a controversial topic that many in the soccer media ignore or don't want to touch.
This week's topic is a revealing look at how social media has an impact on the sport of soccer in the United States, how it's covered and how topics are sometimes blown out of proportion by how social media reacts to specific soccer topics.
Did you EVER think you would see this? Radamel Falcao pre season training and getting ready for the new season in a Chelsea shirt!. After the game last night where he played no part due to only arriving a couple of days ago, Falcao posted the following message to the Chelsea fans.
Feliz de unirme al equipo y empezar a trabajar con mis nuevos compañeros de equipo en @chelseafc .