Sean O'Brien

Sean O'Brien has written 5 posts for World Football Columns

The Scouser Report: Stop Worrying, Liverpool Fans

Sean O’Brien sits in for Daniel Doran and wonders why Kopites are so concerned about every result. Do they not yet believe that the days of Hicks and Gillet are behind them? Continue reading »

The USA v Mexico: No Pressure, Mr. Klinsmann, No Pressure At All

Sean O’Brien is convinced that the doubters will find out what everyone else has known for a long time: Jürgen Klinsmann is already an American success story. Continue reading »

Women’s World Cup: Sadly, For US Media & Fans, Winning Is The Only Thing

Has American culture forgotten the value of competition? It would seem so, when everywhere you look after the Women’s World Cup, all you see is the word ‘Choke’. Continue reading »

US Men Must Forget Gold Cup & Look Forward To Brazil 2014

Sean O’Brien looks at what the US can take away from a Gold Cup that saw them knocked off their perch as the region’s best side. Continue reading »

It’s Been A Week Since Man United Lost & I Still Think Fergie Was Wrong

Sir Alex Ferguson’s rationale for choosing Michael Owen over Dimitar Berbatov was a bunch of Bulgarian. Continue reading »

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