From College to the Pros - The US soccer ladder

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


I mentioned in my last post, from a few weeks ago, that I recently became the proud parent of twins. As they approach eight weeks of age I've slowly realized how completely they have changed my life. Add to that the normal ebb and flow of life and my passion for posting to this blog has diminished.

At one point I thought and hoped that this blog would help morph into a career in professional soccer. That hasn't happened and I think that dream is slowly passing as I become more interested in other things.

All I know is that I can no longer dedicate the time required to keep posting and to keep up my database. In other words, I no longer feel I can hold your interest and sound somewhat knowledgeable.

In the time I've been running this blog others have popped up that provide better, more complete, analysis of the college game and college players. So, it is with that in mind that the referee around here is producing the following...

Sometime in the future my red card suspension may end, but until then you'll know where to find me...not here. If you're interesting in picking up and carrying on the torch, please email me at the address in the right margin. Thank you to all of my sponsors who have helped things carry on. Thank you to all of my readers whose interest and encouragement were amazing.



  • Good luck with the twins and thanks for the great work over the years. We are expecting our first in May.

    By Anonymous John, at 9:48 AM  

  • I enjoyed your work. Thanks for doing it!

    By Blogger scaryice, at 5:32 AM  

  • Bonji:

    Thanks. Sorry to see the demise of the blog and your soccer career hopes.

    Enjoy the children!


    WJ Marx

    By Anonymous WJMarx, at 8:55 AM  

  • Biggest problem is that college soccer is nothing compared to even league 3 footy in England, its the sad truth

    check this out

    By Blogger Becoming a Bum, at 7:22 AM  

  • Good site for up to date soccer news.

    By Blogger SkintEastwood, at 7:40 AM  

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    By Blogger james waugh, at 9:57 AM  

  • Nowadays to find soccer players is easy just because of soccer news

    By Blogger james waugh, at 10:00 AM  

  • oh that's a shame :(

    By Blogger joseph burrell, at 10:24 AM  

  • I meant it is a shame that you will not have the time to keep posting,but, on the other hand, I glad you can enjoy spending quality time with your wife and your twins. You could try to get into the online pay per head business, you can do it from home

    By Blogger joseph burrell, at 12:14 PM  

  • We will surely miss your posts here. Now you have time to enjoy your family and friends.

    By Blogger rommel a., at 10:45 AM  

  • It does not always matter.

    By Blogger Liliana Olaru, at 1:57 AM  

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