Not Blowing Smoke

Three very personal stories that have defined Steven Cohen.

"How My Dad Saved The FA Cup," " Growing Up In The Desert," and "An American's guide to Cricket: The Majestic Game".

Stories that have moved, changed, and made Steven Cohen think a little bit more about the things and people that simportant to him.

Our passions and our experiences are what make us who we are, character comes later. More

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About Steven Cohen

Steven Cohen, 49, came to the United States in 1982 at the age of 19 and joined the United States Army for four years serving three 6 months tours in the Sinai Desert as part of a joint peacekeeping force (MFO).

After leaving the army Steven came to California and worked in a number of sales jobs for such blue chip companies as McGraw Hill, Pepsi and Prentice Hall.

Looking to establish himself in one of his passions Steven forced his way in to the music industry in the early 90’s and worked for numerous record labels in a publicity capacity. He had the privilege of working with both Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash and helping the late June Carter Cash win a Grammy for her final project ‘Press On.”

In 2001 Steven left the music industry and started a career in radio and quickly formed a company called Soccer Weekly, Inc that produced World Soccer Weekly, and later World Soccer Daily. The show that started as one hour Saturday morning LA show soon started to catch on and became the first daily national soccer the US had ever known.

In 2004 Steven was hired by Fox Soccer Channel to host a new TV show called “Fox Football Friday” which later became “Fox Football Fone In.” Steven was on air talent for five years with the 2008/2009 season being his last.

World Soccer Daily came to a close on August 21st 2009 and on Friday, August 28th World Football Daily was created. Steven left the soccer world on April 1st 2011 siting burn out and the experience that he had gone through with Liverpool fans worldwide had simply taken its toll.

Steven had been the victim of hundreds of thousands of death threats, vile
Anti-Semitism, threats against his wife and stepdaughters as part of a worldwide boycott of this shows and businesses by Liverpool fans, who were offended by his views on the Hillsborough disaster of 1989.

Steven is currently finishing a book about his experiences to be published in June 2012 called “iTerror”. The book makes the case against Liverpool Football Club and their fans and catalogs their history of 135 murders while managing to take no responsibility for it by scaring even some of America's largest corporations such as ESPN, FOX and Sirius XM with their sheer numbers.

Steven Cohen is a supporter of Barcelona Football Club, and also loves music, politics, film, TV, and social media and is quite certain that The Wire is the greatest TV show ever.

Steven lives in Los Angeles, Ca.

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