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09/08/2011 -- First article written
10/10/2011 -- Featured Columnist program
12/12/2011 -- 100,000 reads
02/07/2012 -- 200,000 reads
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04/25/2012 -- 400,000 reads
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01/16/2013 -- 1,000,000 reads
Ryan is a writer and editor living in New Haven, Connecticut whose work has been featured in several websites, newspapers, magazines around the country. When he's not rooting for Tottenham Hotspur and the U.S. men's national soccer team, he's working for Love146 — an organization putting a stop to child sex trafficking and exploitation all over the world.
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Just looking at some archives, you sure do provide some good laughs.
Keep it up!
You're quite welcome. Thanks for writing!
Thanks for being a fan.
Yes and article last year early enough in the season where you predicted Adebayor would score two goals in the first half. there was more to the article than just that, you discussed the team in general and predicted other things happening. Im sorry the team escapes me, I think it was West Brom. You worte certain elements of your article with such vision and conviction that I visited the bookies and back a win with Emmanuel and it came in. Now that is a quality article Ryne and one of the few high points in my shocking gambling escapades
Fixed. -- PK
Hey Ryan - I just wrote up a piece on Spurs' transfer targets this summer. Would love for you to head over for a quick read: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1264605-tottenham-hotspur-why-spurs-transfer-targets-make-sense-in-villas-boas-4-3-3
Hi Ryan. As an avid Spurs supporter, is there any chance of you writing an article on potential candidates for the Tottenham captaincy? If rumours of King's exit become true, it'll be interesting to see who actually is appointed.
Hey I don't know if you heard but FoxSoccer is running a story about Torres wanting out of Chelsea. Since it's becoming more likely that THFC is letting go of Modric, what do you think about Spurs making a move for him?? He'd be happy with the playing time, should Levy be unable to meet Ade's salary demands. I think Torres would be willing to to take a pay cut to have an escape rope from CFC and assume a lead role for a potential CL league team. You think Spurs could be the team to reinvigorate his stalled career? Or am I just delusional haha. In any case, I loved your articles this season, and look forward to August. COYS
I'd like you to write about the event in Barcelona where outstanding players will receive prizes from IFFHS .
You're welcome, Ryan.