Software, Good Referees, and Program Design

24 October 2016 · · AMANDLA, kids, Soccer · 0 Comments

Soccer is a simple game made difficult by the players. A teammate shared that statement with my while playing soccer in university. I can’t really argue with it. In theory, the game is so simple. In practice, I’ve given it over 20 years of my life and am still so far from having figured it.

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I Believe in Soccer

26 September 2016 · · Football · 0 Comments

My name is Liam and I believe in soccer. I believe in soccer as a way to forget the difficult times. I believe in soccer as a way to remember the good times. I believe in its ability to bring people together and tear people apart. I believe in its ability to be therapeutic or.

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A Yearlong Race

31 May 2016 · · AMANDLA, Cape Town, Khayelitsha · 0 Comments

Earlier this month, I ran the Slave Route Challenge Half Marathon. This was without a doubt the most beautiful road race I have ever run. The course scenery included stunning views of the city’s three major mountains, the Atlantic Ocean, and a World Cup stadium. The end of this majestic trail was very fitting because.

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PSL: Primary School League

30 April 2016 · · Uncategorized · 0 Comments

After a long offseason and much anticipation, the Khayelitsha Primary School Soccer League is back in full force. The 2016 season is officially under way at the CTC Ten Foundation Safe-Hub, and the hopes are high for a solid season and hopefully a few underdog title runs. The Safe-Hub is now the place to be.

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Public Health, Khayelitsha, and the CTC Ten Safe-Hub: An Interview with Kunene Caswell Silolo

29 April 2016 · · CTC Ten Safe-Hub, Khayelitsha, Public Health, Staff · 0 Comments

I sat down with Kunene this morning for the final interview of my blog series. Kunene is the groundskeeper at the CTC Ten Safe-Hub. Over the course of the year, we’ve had conversations in passing about his life. I decided to end this series with him because I thought it would be a great opportunity.

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