Brek Shea, whose first season of European football can best be described as an epic disappointment, is back in Dallas for the summer where he's wasted little time showcasing his love for large firearms and gaudy American-flag tank tops, both of which are banned in England. He posted -- and quickly ... More >>
So far, Brek Shea's trip across the Atlantic has been rougher than he anticipated. The former FC Dallas forward, who enjoyed mild fame in the states as American soccer's young hope, Adidas pitchman, and, of course, alt-weekly cover story subject, has spent his first season in the English Premiere Le ... More >>
Editor's note: What use is having a British contributor if you don't get him to write about "football"? So less than a week after Brek Shea skulks off to Europe on transfer deadline day, FC Dallas has brought in two signings, at least one of which is a sizeable coup. Kenny Cooper, a proven MLS goal ... More >>
In March, with the U.S. playing El Salvador for a spot in the London Olympics, Brek Shea coughed up the ball late in the game, setting up a game-tying goal that cost his team a trip to London. He wasn't called back up to the national team, marking, as Greg detailed, the nadir of his young career. T ... More >>
*If there's even such a thing.
Reports out of England have Liverpool and Manchester City of the Premier League taking a long, hard look at FC Dallas's Brek Shea, the 21-year-old College Station-born star just called to the U.S. National Team at September's end. Problem is, Shea -- a chief contender for MLS's MVP award -- is un ... More >>
MLS SoccerFC Dallas scored in the 27th second against the Panamanianites.Editor's note: Observer.com contributor Justin Bitner got drunk and admitted to being a soccer fan, so we made him attend Wednesday's FC Dallas match against Tauro FC of Panama, FCD's fifth game of CONCACAF Champions Lea ... More >>