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Daily Bee (March 29th, 2017): International Break Blues

Honduras v United States - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

Let’s face it: the international break sucks. I can’t even find another way to say it.

It’s boring.

It’s slow.

It never ends.

Worst of all, I have to spend it listening to USMNT fans babble on about how ONLY NOW is Christian Pulisic a star. I mean, after all, it’s not like he’s been playing and scoring in the Bundesliga and the Champions League for months, right? No, it’s his performance against Honduras that really stands out.

Anyway, luckily for us, the international break is almost over. BVB will take on the smurfs this Saturday.

If you need to find a way to fill the time until then, might I suggest bird watching, or playing solitaire, or watching preseason baseball. Ok, that last one was a joke.

On to the links:

The Chinese investment group that owns Wolverhampton Wolves approached Borussia Dortmund about potentially becoming a majority shareholder. It most likely won’t happen because of the 50+1 rule and the fact that Borussia Dortmund is valued at over $700 million.

ArsenalFanTV host Robbie wants to improve Arsenal’s atmosphere at the Emirates (no surprises there). Guess which club he visited to try and learn from?

Daily Buzz

Lionel Messi has been suspended for four games, which puts Argentina’s world cup aspirations in serious jeopardy. They just lost 2-0 to Bolivia today; will they make it to the World Cup?