Category Archives: Worldwide Society of Keepers

A Place To Play

A good photo can tell the story of a life. Or maybe it takes two. I think in the Bay Area, there are many, many people who are feeling something that we can’t shake: the loss of Robin Williams. What … Continue reading

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Ernie Feibusch

The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame Northern California is a small social organization with the goal of raising funds to support local Jewish athletes in financial need. One of their methods is the awards banquet where esteemed members of the … Continue reading

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Hope Solo – the Hero’s Voyage

Act III: Rise of the Phoenix and Media figure When we left our hero, she had reached bottom: her father dead, her team beaten while she was benched, and her teammates shunning her for speaking her mind to the press. … Continue reading

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Where There’s Life, There’s Hope

Sometimes it takes a lifetime to become an overnight sensation. So it is with Hope Solo. I am a huge fan of hers. My wife thinks it’s because she’s beautiful. While her hotness  is not debatable, my fanboy attraction comes … Continue reading

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Arthur’s a Keeper – Overtime

More observations from this week, also on Anne’s family blog, http://zambiastories.wordpress.com/: I noticed once at the hospital that Barb patted Arthur’s left foot as she said good-bye, saying “That’s his soccer foot.” I later asked if he was left-handed and … Continue reading

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Arthur’s a keeper

Arthur Sutton, my father-in-law, lies in a convalescent home about two miles from where I am writing this. He has suffered a couple of heart attacks and is terminally ill. My wife Anne, his daughter, has written a draft of … Continue reading

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The Pwnliness of the Goalkeeper

Today I want to share a piece that a fellow coach sent me, it’s Radiolab Presents: The Loneliness of the Goalkeeper. The podcast interviews the great Arsenal ‘keeper, Bob Wilson, which struck a chord with me. I own Bob Wilson’s … Continue reading

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She’s Funny That Way

My wife is a better writer than I. I mainly do this just to try to keep up with her. Here are two of her funnier postings of the past week. This one on a site devoted to poking fun … Continue reading

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She’s a Keeper – Shakira

Just a quick holiday note, and largely lifted from other sources to boot. But the pictures along should make it worthwhile. I have decided that the second inductee to the International Society of Keepers is Shakira. Reason One: The video … Continue reading

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She’s a keeper: Ellen Sutton Grieg

Here’s a shout out and good vibes to Ellen Sutton “Heed” Grieg, the first member to hereby be inducted into the International Society of Keepers. Ellen is a couple of days past her due date and as such she is … Continue reading

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