Miles Yim

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My heart is divided between UCLA (family) and UCSB (self) allegiances, but in a heads-up match it simply must be the Gauchos.

The Pac-12 is my passion, but I follow both the NBA and NFL too. No particular rooting interests in either league.

I try to remain an EPL neutral, but when push comes to shove I have to admit an affection for the American-loving perennial underdogs at Goodison Park.

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  • Rob Keller posted 2129 days ago

    Rob Keller

    To quote you "If the club wants to be considered prestigious (which they are by the way, no other team has been in English top-flight football longer), they might as well act like they already are with offers to players like Tevez."

    First, thanks for the lesson on my team that I have been a season ticket holder for, for 15 years.

    Try 4th most league titles and 7th largest trophy stash in the entire history of English football when bigging them up next time. Look, you can write what you want, but if you put it out there, it's free to be criticised. I 100% think that article was awful, and am only being drawn to your pieces to try and get items written that are vaguely relevant. Otherwise you get half interested fans getting crazy perceptions.

    I suggest you do a bit of research on Everton's financial structure before ordering them to shell out 150K per week on Tevez. Try the Swiss Ramble. Seriously.

  • Rob Keller posted 2137 days ago

    Rob Keller

    You need to do a lot more research before writing about Everton, Carlos Tevez to Everton? Seriously?

  • obat realmad cipriani posted 2162 days ago

    obat  realmad cipriani

    i did not manage to watch the everton game this weekend,but what was your take on drenthe`s performance,think he will start this weekend?

  • Quem Etlam posted 2198 days ago

    Quem Etlam

    Since I don't think anyone has said it yet, congratulations on the FC status for the Everton page. I've been a huge fan of your EFC articles so far. Keep up the good work, mate!

  • Alison Myers posted 2222 days ago

    Alison  Myers

    Sorry about that. As you might've guessed, I have never seen a basketball game! (OK I watched five minutes of one once...)

  • Erick Fernandez posted 2224 days ago

    Erick Fernandez

    Haha thanks. Yeah it sure was a tough game, but the Niners are playing ridiculously well right now. The Giants put themselves in a position to tie it, but they didn't execute.

  • John Vely posted 2231 days ago

    John Vely

    I'm a Pac-12 guy, too. I go to UCLA though, so y'know, us UC-system kids gotta stick together.

    Can I get your email, though? I would like to discuss a collaboration of some sort with ya.

  • Michael D'Ambrosio posted 2251 days ago

    Michael D'Ambrosio

    'NBC Football Night in America analyst Tony Dungy, a former quarterback at the University of Minnesota says Tebow can make every throw...."I don't know that there's a whole lot of difference other than the fact that Cam Newton has a little stronger arm," Dungy said. "Cam's certainly faster. They're both winners. They both have a special skill set. Newton's received a lot of the same criticism Tebow has, that he's not pro ready, he's not an accurate guy who can play from the pocket..."I just think winners win. And guys who won all the way through high school and college, the best player at every level, they have a way of making things happen and winning games."'

    Hmmmm....I dont know if I should believe Tony Dungy or Miles Yim regarding Tim Tebow's throwing ability....hmmmm...this is a toughie!

  • Franklin Steele posted 2255 days ago

    Franklin Steele

    Liked the article on Brady. I'm not a huge football fan, but it was well thought out and executed.

    That comment section was a fun read as well. Ha.

  • Steven Liao posted 2258 days ago

    Steven Liao

    I don't always agree with your points but your writing is simply spectacular... it's original, concise, and very well thought-out. Keep up the good work.