Hello my 11-15 readers! Actually, I should not be falsely modest. We all know it’s increased to at least 30-40 (yay, improving)!
That being said, I have some really cool news.
I’m posting this late and so it might seem somewhat redundant but I need to blog about it because 1) it’s what I do, 2) I want to have my own little actual proof that I gave thanks and showed immense gratitude and 3) what’s life without a little #humblebragging?
For those of you who follow the blog and also have added me on Twitter you guys know that I have been interning for the amazing guys who run both “The Mexican Soccer Show” (@MexSoccerShow) and the FutMexSource website.
So far, 2016 with them has been amazing and got even better this summer when I was invited to help cover the Copa America Centenario tournament with them (Yes, people. I know. I know. I KNOW how that turned out. Do not take away from the experience no matter how many times I cry at night thinking about… you know…. That one… stupid match…). I learned a lot over those couple of days.
And apparently, I impressed.
I’m happy to announce that me talking to myself on the internet is no longer just for me and my handful of readers. Analyzing The Aztecs has expanded and will be helping FutMexSource cover the U-23 Mexico squad on their journey to repeat Olympic glory. I have a few articles up on their site already for the tournament and will be continuing covering the latest news on the Olympic squad.
These guys thought I had some merit as a writer and saw I had a significant fanbase (hahaha… just kidding. Only Joely—Wiso told me—and my brother really read my blog. And sometimes Victor and Alex. Hi, guys!) and decided to let me write for them.
So, go ahead and take a look at my articles and while you’re on the FutMexSource website (see, I put the hyperlink twice because you should REALLY go check it out), check out all the other cool stuff the guys are covering.
Thanks again for following me on my journey trying to convince people I know what I’m talking about. Enjoy!