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Sports Roundtable with 
Avery, Sean and Nic
Would people notice if the NHL was abandoned?
Yes,because it is a major sport although it is not as popular as the NFL, NBA or MLB

​Yes, hockey is a popular sport in some places like Canada.
 No, the NHL doesn't have a huge fan basis compared to the NFL or the NBA.  
Players to Watch

Robin Van Persie- One of the most prolific goal scorers of all time has made a huge transfer from Arsenal to Manchester Untied for 20 million pounds, and leaving Manchester United stacked with offence.  Last season, Robin Van Persie scored over 30 goals leading the Barclays for that season.  It is too early on in the season to analyze how well he will do as many had done so but, what we know for sure is that he will be a great asset to the team.  
October Sports Birthdays

1981 - Wilson Benemit, American Baseball player 2nd 
1979 - Lamar Odom, American Basketball player 6th 
1980 - Luis Fabiano, Brazilian football player 8th
1983 - Nick Markakis, American baseball player 17th 
1943 - Billie Jean King, American tennis pro 22nd 
1987 - Nicklas Backstrom, Swedish ice hockey player 23rd 

One of the most prestigious football clubs in England is Liverpool. But they have not been up to par last season finishing a disappointing seventh place at the end of last season.  Even though they have a horrible start, sitting in 14th place, they have been winning lately under new manager and former Swansea City manager, Brendan Rogers.  Over the summer, they acquired two new wing players, Sterling and Borini who have been outstanding this season so far. Good luck to Liverpool!
This month's issue is about Soccer!

D.I.Y Sports: How to Take a Free Kick  
Robin Van Persie
Next month, we will show you how to shoot a soccerball--stay tuned!
Taking a Free Kick