Sam Hazelwood

Sam Hazelwood

Avid traveler. Father. Weekend hiker. I enjoy almost every sport there is football being #1. My other passion is to write historical fiction. So be on the lookout for my book. Thanks for reading!

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  • Sam Hazelwood
    Published about a year ago
    Middle-Earth: A Gamers' Paradise

    Middle-Earth: A Gamers' Paradise

    As many of you fans know Amazon has recently acquired the rights to Tolkien's masterpiece The Lord of the Rings trilogy. When I heard this news, it got me thinking about the video game side of the business. Growing up during the original trilogy, I always wished for a more immersive game than what was rolled out at the time of the original movies. The only games close to what I was looking for were the games named after the second and third movies. But even they lacked that something extra I craved.
  • Sam Hazelwood
    Published about a year ago
    Liverpool vs. Arsenal: Dawn of a New Era in the EPL

    Liverpool vs. Arsenal: Dawn of a New Era in the EPL

    For starters, I am a Liverpool fan, so let me get that out of the way. I try to be as unbiased as a "Red" can be, but my team, at this moment, is clicking on all cylinders and flying high, so if I come across as boastful it's only because I take pride in what they have become. And how couldn't I get fired up after the display they put on the other day?
  • Sam Hazelwood
    Published about a year ago
    The Resurrection: Serie A and Its Rebirth

    The Resurrection: Serie A and Its Rebirth

    For years now, all I have heard is how far superior the big three leagues of Europe are compared to the rest of the continent, specifically the Italian Serie A. I'm referring to the Barclays Premier League, La Liga, and the German Bundesliga. All the major US soccer outlets bang away about how these three leagues style of play is far and away better than Serie A. While I will concede that of the big three, the EPL is the best right now at being able to attract the huge names within the sport. It does make me wonder how good that is for the EPL as a whole due to the fact that many players who go there are then forced to sit on the bench who would otherwise star for another team in the very same league, La Liga/Bundesliga or the other leagues of Europe. Therefore, I will focus primarily on the EPL in relation to Serie A. Everyone is allowed their opinion. But this is why yours is wrong about Italian football. Let me take you back and show you how far Italian Serie A has come from a mere ten years ago. I will focus primarily on the current Top 6 within the league and hopefully reshape your definition of what makes a league a "great league."