Nick was born in Kent, England. He graduated from the University of Leeds in July 2013 and joined Bleacher Report's Breaking News Team directly afterwards, having originally contributed to the site's football section across the previous 12 months.
He spends much of his day providing world football and gaming analysis as a freelance writer. Nick has contributed to many major websites and magazines since September 2007, including MTV Multiplayer, IGN, GameSpot, VG247, Videogamer, Virgin Media, Playboy, GamePro, GamesTM and many more. He has also appeared on BBC 5 Radio Live.
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international champions cup coming to the states this summer! nice!
Hi Nick, Would like to show you the game I am apart of that we are doing with Pele. Let me know the best way to get in contact
Great, Nick. Thanks for the reply. I'll take "low-key" over laughable any day.
I watch as much english and world football as I can. there's a good channel over here called the bein sports network... they show a lot (serie A, ligue 1, la liga...) the EPL games are usually on the major channels... I watch whenever I can
I have to say, some very interesting squads. I told you about the German national team, the biggest star being Draxler (highest rated is Mario Gomez). I got Draxler the first day FIFA was out, and was surprised how good he was. You should invest in him, it'll be worth the few hundrerd coins. Your squads sound unique and very decent, unlike everyone who just goes out and makes the 300k BPL squad. My squads are a Belgian 3-4-2-1, Spanish 4-1-41, Brazillian 4-3-3(5), and the German 5-2-2-1.
Hello there Nick. I noticed you seem to be a FIFA enthusiastic like me. I absolutely love this game, despite its flaws (over the top through balls anybody?). Care to share your go to FUIT team? Mine is my German national squad, although I don't have many coins so I only spent about 15k on it.
Hi Nick. I'm hoping you don't mind, but it's looking like you may be my "soccer guy".
There aren't a lot of people in my circle who enjoy the game (none, to be specific),
and I feel talking about the game with you is probably a better way to learn than playing the FIFA games with my kids.
I recently found out about Manchester City's MLS expansion team NYCFC.
As you probably can see, I am a big NY Yankee fan. Being that I'm a big soccer enthusiast as well this new team will be the best of both worlds in a way. I've been looking online at kit and crest ideas, stadiums, player recruiting (xavi???) and I find the whole process so exciting.
I was wondering what the overall English opinion is, of American football. It's okay, you can be honest with me- that's why I'm talking to you. I feel this is a great way to kind of blend the two countries. What's the feeling over there? There really isn't an MLS team with such heavy European influence. Or maybe there is and I just don't know of it? I really don't pay any attention to American football, but maybe with this new team will change that.
That's three defeats in a row for Manchester United for the first time since 1992. This hasn't happened at Manchester United for a long long time.
I agree with you.. "Ferguson left him(moyes)with a poor squad"
But Imo, Sir Alex Ferguson’s decision to personally recommend David Moyes (not Pep,Klopp,Jose or Rijkaard) as the manager to replace him was a BIG mistake. Because David Moyes has never won a major trophy as a manager, not even a Premier League or League Cup or FA cup. In his 11 years in charge at Goodison Park, David Moyes never witnessed an Everton victory at Old Trafford. At least now he can scratch that off his to do list.haha
Sir Alex Ferguson, arguably the greatest manager but for me, not everything that he touches turns to gold , as some of his signings prove. Check out his top 10-20 list of flops that he has signed during his 25-year spell.
I predict a frustrating season for David Moyes.
Q: David Moyes will be a flop ? Yes? No? Maybe so? Imo, Yes.
B/R expert _____ explain about David Moyes :
I was vehemently against the Moyes hiring because aside from the Football League second division in 2000, he has not won anything, not even a League Cup.
It reinforces Sir Alex Ferguson's GREATNESS.
I mean, my goodness, he won a league title with the same players (minus Marouane Fellaini) Moyes has.
The players do not fear Moyes and don't respect him.
Moyes to me is a good mid-table manager who works within a budget.
Throw him into a storied club like United, he will struggle immensely.
People say, well Ferguson struggled too early on his United tenure.
That is true but his CV prior to being a United manager: a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, a UEFA Super Cup, three Scottish Premier League titles, four Scottish Cups, a Scottish League Cup with Aberdeen is something Moyes may never achieve in his career.
Anway, thank you for your reply.!
Hey,Nick..what do you think about David Moyes so far? (Fourth home defeat of the season for United) This record actually even worse than Villa Boas bad record. Should Manchester United sack David Moyes too?
Btw, who do you think Manchester United will pick up in this January transfer window?
I'm 60% sure Moyes is going to buy Baines. WBU?
Ohh..there's a word missing! haha my bad, sorry nick..i mean AFK mode..
Hey Nick ..enjoy your holiday? Why are you still mode?