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My name is Austin Lindberg and I am a freelance journalist having a bit of fun on BR. I primarily write about European football, MotoGP, the NHL and baseball. In those subjects, my primary focus is the US Men's National Team, Chelsea, the Minnesota Wild and Minnesota Twins.
In the past, I've reported on the Premier League, US Men's National Team, and Minnesota Thunder while operating out of Minneapolis and London.
If you wish to reach me, you can do so via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am also on facebook and you can follow me on twitter on @austinlindberg. Thanks for reading, and if you have any questions, comments, criticisms or ideas, please feel free to contact me.
good Agustin keep it up..!!!
Chelsea 7-2 Sunderland. No, you dont need your eyes checked.. Chelsea smashed Sunderland!
Have a look if you can,and a comment wouldn't be so bad either.
It's that time of year again! Time to vote for your B/R World Football Writer of the Year. A final shortlist of 10 has been devised with great difficulty, and now you can vote for who you think deserves the accolade! Let the voting commence!
If you haven't seen it already, I have written the first of many "decade in review" pieces, and this one looks at Liverpool's top 15 matches of the noughties. Have a look and see what you think, you might be surprised at what ISN'T number one!
Hey Austin, with the end of the 2000's coming upon us, I decided to look back at the biggest stories in football this decade. Please look at it and tell me what you think of it.
I'll be glad if you drop by.
Hey Austin, I just created a list of the ten greatest comebacks in football.
Please tell me what you think about it.
Austin, after the Henry handball yesterday, I have decided that replay must be implemented in the beautiful game somehow. Please tell me your reaction.
Hi Austin, noticed you are the FC for Chelsea and thought this little stat might be a useful point to kick-start an analysis.
12 games into the season (roughly a third of the way through, so long enough to detect a trend) and Chelsea have 30 points. If you extrapolated that out for the rest of the season they'd end up with 95 points. (30/12 * 38 = 95)
Last time a team got 95 points in a Premier League season? Chelsea won the title in 2004/05...
Might be worth a discussion =D
Hey Austin, here is a list of the ten greatest comebacks ever for Manchester United
Hey Austin, here is a World Football roundtable on the upcoming UEFA World Cup qualifying playoff.
Hope you enjoy!