Attention, Atlanta United fans who have a creative side: The club and Savannah College of Art and Design are looking to "identify and acquire cutting-0edge local art for the collection at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium." AMB Sports & Entertainment president Mike Egan told the official MLS site he wants a "unique perspective" from Georgia artists.
"We're excited to partner with SCAD to enhance Mercedes-Benz Stadium with locally sourced art," said AMBSE senior vice president Mike Egan in a statement. "This will be an iconic building for the city of Atlanta and we are proud to support Georgia artists who will bring a unique perspective to the fan and guest experience."
Anyone who wants to participate can email a portfolio with up to five JPEGs representing their style along with a CV and artist statement to ATLstadium@scad.edu. The deadline to submit work is Feb. 12, 2015, at 5 p.m. ET.
Tuesday saw a full slate of Premier League action, and Leicester City's 2-0 win over Liverpool left the Foxes three points clear of Manchester City at the top of the table. Noted racist Jamie Vardy scored two goals for Leicester, including this stunner:
A lack of fireworks results in a four out of 10 rating for the latest release from The Transfer Market.
The American forward has missed extended time due to hip problems. "I feel a lot better than before," Johannsson told the club's official website. "I can do more, which is only positive. I will look to increase the intensity in the coming weeks, in order to get back in form. I'm finally back on track."
Long before he became a loser in Iowa, Donald Trump assisted in the fifth-round draw of the 1992 League Cup, for some reason.
What's happening in The A?
They don't plan to make a move, but with Horford entering free agency, the Hawks have to listen to any offer proposes. Hopefully nothing comes of this.