Max Bergmann is an avid Tottenham and DC United fan. He has been published by The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The New York Times, The Washington Times, The New Republic, The American Prospect, and has written many reports on defense policy and strategy. He has lived in London, Budapest and Berlin and he hails from Gainesville, Florida. Max lives in Washington DC where he works to advance U.S. foreign policy.
Ken Gude longs for the day his beloved Liverpool will win the Premier League. Oh, and he likes the US national team and DC United too. He passes the rest of his time advising progressive politicians and as a national security specialist at a think tank in Washington, DC. He has lived in London and travels in Europe extensively for work, always with an eye out for a Saturday stay-over to catch a local match. He writes frequently on such fascinating topics as torture, indefinite detention, and the state secrets privilege but is still hoping for his first published column on the virtues of the overlapping full back.
Jay Heidbrink is a life-long supporter of US Soccer and has made it his mission to grow the game one blog post at a time. Jay is a Chelsea supporter, we apologize for that, but he is pre-Abromovich he swears! When he is not blogging about soccer with a pop culture bent, he enjoys raising his son Henry and traveling the world with his wife Samantha. Jay has lived in Prague, Dublin, and Abu Dhabi and hails from Dallas, Texas. Jay works as a private practice attorney in Washington DC.
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