Observations: May 25, 2012

Written by Ian Thomson

Here’s a few highlights, in no order, from what TSO observed this week:

— Great feature on legendary Polish midfielder Kazimierz Deyna by Rob Allen, complete with shuddering second-last paragraph

— Big Apple Soccer’s Michael Lewis rips Thierry Henry and Rafael Marquez for their refusal to speak to the media

— Sporting Kansas City’s Korede Aiyegbusi on adapting to the team’s 4-3-3 formation

— The Herald’s Michael Grant spoke with Scottish midfielder Barry Robson about his summer move to Vancouver Whitecaps

— Montreal Impact’s announcement of Marco Di Vaio’s arrival from Bologna

— The Viper’s Nest’s take on New York Red Bulls extending their winning streak to five games in Montreal

— The Scoring Third examining the possibility of Miami becoming a MLS destination

— How New York Red Bulls failed to properly honor Juan Pablo Angel’s return

— FIFA.com’s brief feature on AC Milan’s historc 1991-92 season

— And, finally, U.S. women’s national team right-back Ali Krieger’s road to recovery ahead of this summer’s Olympic Games