Bloomfield Soccer Club Now Having Tryouts!


Vuvuzela – The World Soccer Show


Vuvuzela – The World Soccer Show was live at Villa Capri Sports Bar and PizzeriaCapri Sports Bar and Pizzeria on Saturday to discuss the English Premier League, the recent protest of Colin Kaepernick and Megan Rapinoe, and the Penn State vs. Pitt college football rivalry

Bayonle a great man JLS had the pleasure of meeting… Stay tuned he is going places in the soccer world.

Bayonle Arashi is a passionate media and soccer professional with extensive experience in the areas of communications, TV & Radio production, social media marketing, sports events organization and operations. A certified U.S soccer federation referee and member of International Sports Press Association (AIPS).

He founded Midas Football Academy in Nigeria setup to discover and develop young football players; the Academy has participated and won International youth tournaments in Germany, Denmark, Israel, South Africa as well as some local tournament in Nigeria. MFA is still producing exciting young talents with plans to build a football facility where the players can combine high school education and soccer to reach their full potential.

Arashi has over A decade experience in broadcasting having worked with Murhi International Group owners of (MiTV and Star FM) & Daar Communications Plc. owners of Africa Independent Television (AIT and Raypower FM) all in Nigeria. He registered his first company in 2007 before resigning from the services at Daar communications in 2009.

Bayonle covered the Africa Cup of Nations in Tunisia 2004, Egypt 2006, Ghana 2008 the FIFA World Cup in Germany 2006 and South Africa 2010 as a volunteer broadcaster working as a vision mixer and match day director.

His works has been featured on Multichoice TV channel in South Africa and was an analyst on Nigeria’s television channel during the 2014 FIFA world cup in Brazil. He produced FOOTBALL AFRI, a thirty (30) minutes television magazine show that aired on 3 Nigeria TV channels for 2 years and also created SPORTS TANGO a sports quiz show on Faaji FM radio in Lagos. He currently hosts Timeless Soccer on Millennium Broadcasting Channel Houston Texas and double as the head of sport and broadcast manager for the TV channel. Bayonle has a weekly soccer vlog on YouTube where he highlights latest news and happenings around the world of the beautiful game.

He is the Founder of scoutballers a recruiting platform that assist soccer players of African descent to find opportunities and college scholarship to study and play in USA, Canada, Europe and Asia. He pitched the scoutballers soccer recruiting idea in front of over 200 people in Los Angeles in July 2015 during the annual Dohagoals conference.

Bayonle is the author of not yet released book ROAD MAP TO A SUCCESSFUL SOCCER CAREER. Follow on twitter, Instagram and Facebook: @midassoccer.

15 years ago, many lives have changed… This was an article written 15 years ago on my experience that day… I would like to thank my ALL my family and friends for always beening there for me every year with their support and prayers…. 9/11 We WILL NEVER FORGET


Vuvuzela – The World Soccer Show

radioCheck out our show live from Villa Capri Sports Bar and Pizzeria during Tottenham vs Liverpool on Saturday! Opening weekend!! Eric Nash and Alex Chrostowski host and bring on lots of guests. Full Audio of the show available as well as individual interviews.. CHECK IT OUT!!…/podcast-vuvu-soccer-live-from-v…/

NEWS from

Despite previously suggesting he would end his career at Camp Nou, Argentina’s has indicated a desire to play for his first team, whom he left at the age of 13

Barcelona star Lionel Messi says he wants to play for boyhood club Newell’s Old Boys before the end of his career.

Messi left Newell’s for Barca at the age of 13 and has gone on to become one of the greatest players of all time, winning the Ballon d’Or on five occasions.

The 29-year-old has previously indicated a desire to end his career in Catalonia, but he appeared drawn to a Newell’s return during an interview with Telefe’s Polemica en el Bar in his homeland.

“I would love to [return],” he said. “It is something I have kept an eye on because it was my dream as a child.

“Obviously my life started to change and went another way, but I have no regrets.messi




AliveAndKickin’s 2nd annual Blue Genes Bash 2015


We hope you can join us on March 30th as we pay tribute to the incredible work being done in the colon cancer world by these amazing individuals. Register here!

Shannon and Dave Masur
Shannon and Dave Masur have been affected by colon cancer in many ways over many years.  Originally, Dave Masur’s parents both passed away from colon cancer, and most recently in 2009, Shannon Masur had colon cancer and was ultimately diagnosed with Lynch Syndrome.  The Masurs have recently celebrated their twentieth wedding anniversary and have four children. They both have always been physically active, as Shannon was a softball and tennis player in college as well as a Physical Education teacher for twenty years.  Dave Masur has been a collegiate soccer coach for 26 years, including 22 years as the head coach of St John’s Division one men’s soccer team. He has the second highest winning percentage of all currently active soccer coaches.  Many of his former players have gone on to play professionally.  Dave and Shannon’s colon cancer and Lynch Syndrome advocacy and their life long commitment to sports, especially soccer make them kindred spirits with what AliveAndKickn is all about.  Dave Masur recently join the Board of Directors of AliveAndKickn and is committed to supporting the important work of the foundation.


Dr. Steven Itzkowitz
SteveItzkowitz.jpgSteven H. Itzkowitz, M.D. is Professor of Medicine, Associate Director of The Dr. Henry D. Janowitz Division of Gastroenterology, and Director of the GI Fellowship Program at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Itzkowitz is past Chair of the Gastrointestinal Oncology Section of the American Gastroenterological Association, and past President of the New York Gastroenterological Association.  He is a recipient of a distinguished Jacobi Medallion from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

Dr. Itzkowitz has served as a Study Section member for the National Cancer Institute, Veteran’s Affairs Merit Review Board, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, and US-Israel Binational Science Foundation, and as an editor of the International Journal of Colorectal Disease, and associate editor of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and Gastric Cancer. He also serves on the Steering Committee of the NY City Department of Health Citywide Colon Cancer Control Coalition (“C5 Coalition”).  He spearheaded efforts to secure NCI funding for the East Harlem Partnership for Cancer Awareness: a program based at Mount Sinai, designed to raise awareness in the East Harlem community regarding the risks and treatment for several common cancers including colon cancer.

Dr. Itzkowitz’s research interests are in the field of gastrointestinal cancer.  His laboratory conducts research into the mechanisms of cancer inhibition and promotion by trefoil factors.  Clinical studies have focused on detecting and preventing colon cancer in inflammatory bowel disease, reducing disparities in colon cancer screening, and developing new non-invasive stool DNA tests for colon cancer.

Mary Doroshenk
Mary Doroshenk is currently the director of the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable, an organization co-founded by the American Cancer Society and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to bring like-minded organizations together for the purpose of increasing colorectal cancer screening rates.

In her capacity with the Roundtable, Doroshenk helps advance colorectal cancer control strategies, including advancing the shared goal of achieving 80% screened for colorectal cancer by 2018.  Some of the signature Roundtable products that Doroshenk has helped produce are the Colorectal Cancer Clinician’s Guide Action Plan, Strategies for Expanding Colorectal Cancer Screening in  Community Health Centers, the Lewin study on how increasing colorectal cancer screening rates reduces Medicare colorectal cancer treatment costs and the Colorectal Cancer Evaluation 101 Toolkit.   She also serves on the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s Dialogue for Action Review Committee.


Wilmington Hammerheads open tryouts