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William Schulz: After spending many years away from the beautiful game, my passion for soccer now borders on madness. I'm trying very hard to be a student of all aspects of the game, both on the pitch and off. Living in Tulsa, OK keeps me pretty far away from the hotspots in American soccer, but I've found ways to get my fix. When I'm not watching or reading about the game, I'm trying to open the eyes of those around me so that they may see American soccer the way I do.
You can follow William on Twitter @SportingTulsan
Leanne Elston: I didn’t truly fall in love with soccer until high school, when I accidentally started watching the 2006 World Cup and realized what I’d been missing. A few years later, after mostly paying attention to Germany and Bayern Munich, I began to follow MLS and the USMNT, and I haven’t looked back since. Now I am passionate about growing the game and contributing to that growth in my own small way. Currently a student at the University of Georgia earning a degree in Linguistics, I am eager to further entrench myself in the soccer world, gain experience, and as always, continue to learn as much as I can.
You can follow Leanne on Twitter @LeanneEleston *Leanne also manages the @DCUnitedWUFC for Women's United FC
Doak Gips: Born and raised in a small town, I wasn't exposed to much soccer, except for playing as a young child. I always kept a burgeoning interest in the game, and finally with the advent of this thing called "the internet", I was no longer stuck. Following the world cup in 2006, I started following international soccer, and followed that up quickly with club soccer...and here we are. I live and breathe in Texas, and will be personally calling Don Garber's pager to remind him that San Antonio could really use a MLS team.
You can follow me on twitter @DoakGips. I promise to stay on some sort of topic.