Yoosof Farah is a 21-year-old World Football writer at Bleacher Report, and a final-year BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism student at Bournemouth University, United Kingdom.
Yoosof has had over 2.4 million views for his work on B/R, and has also had articles featured on FOX Sports. He has also done work at MATCH! Magazine and contributed to the official website and matchday programme at Gillingham FC.
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Corinthians WORLD CHAMPIONS 2012.
Brazil 4 FOUR CLUB WORLD CUPS.
IN RESPONSE TO YOUR MARCH 01 ARTICLE where you state that Corinthians has the biggest fan base in Brazil:
and subsequently published in ESPN:
Flamengo has the biggest fan base in the world not just Brazil.
Corinthians is 4th in the world and I'd guess the 2nd in Brazil is a safe bet.
The top 5 fan bases in the WORLD. (...and for many of us the world isn't just tiny Europe) are:
1° Flamengo (Brasil) - 39.1M
2° Chivas (México) - 33.8 M
3° América (México) - 29.4 M
4° Corinthians (Brasil) - 28 M
5° Juventus (Itália) - 26.3 M
Big fan of your writing! I love your articles about those hidden talents, that only you seem to be able to find! Got your eyes on anyone in particular nowadays? I came across this guy called Omer Damari, plays for Hapoel Te Aviv, and has a 2 in 1 record for them. Same record for Israel as well. Take a look at him.. might be a decent forward in the future for a midtable side. One other who I've been looking at quite a lot is Kensuke Nagai. He really impressed me at the Olympics and I think he could make the move to Europe pretty fast actually. Another one I've been keeping watch over is Gale Agbossoumonde. He's been through a lot, but I still think he could make it if he can get a steady run out with a club; take a look at this article by Leander Schaerlackens: http://espn.go.com/sports/soccer/news/_/id/5764564/anguish-gale-agbossoumonde
Once again, I really enjoy your articles. Keep up the good work!
Yoos, you're not so active here anymore. What you up to nowadays?
Want to hear a joke about the Olympic football tornament? It goes like this...Spain. AHAHAHA AHA AHHA AHAHAHAHAHAHHHAHAAHAH HAHHHAAAHAHHH HAHAHA Ha
Hey Yoosof, thanks for the props in my rankings article! Much appreciated!
Hey Yoosof, long time no speak. as someone who is active here in the B/R community, I wanted to share this story with you in the hopes that you could maybe share it with your readers and followers.
Kelcey Harrison is running 3,500 miles from New York to San Francisco in memory of her friend Jill Costello, the inspirational UC Berkeley rower who led her team to a Pac-10 gold and NCAA silver medal while undergoing treatment for lung cancer.
I hope you can help publicize this remarkable charity run.
Thanks again, and apologies for the mass post.