Catching Up With EPL Talk

There have been lots of developments at EPL Talk the past couple weeks. So much, in fact, that I need to catch up and tell you.

First, EPL Talk will be interviewing Reading goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann hopefully this week. If you have any questions for the American, please click the comments link below and I’ll do my best to ask your question.

Second, I’ve decided to go ahead and halt the EPL Talk Magazine and instead publish all of the content on the blog. It’s more immediate and you don’t have to wait until all of the articles have been written and published before you see them. Instead, you’ll see them here on the day that they’re written.

Third, EPL Talk has been in the press quite a bit recently including an interview with The 2 G’s yesterday and an interview with Inside Soccer this past Saturday. Feel free to listen to the interviews and read the articles (including parts one and two of the Blackburn Rovers piece on BBC Lancashire) from the About Us page at EPL Talk at http://epltalk.com/text/aboutus.asp

Fourth, don’t forget about the prizes you win through EPL Talk. If you want to win the official matchday programme from Manchester United v Chelsea, simply post a review of the EPL Talk Podcast on the iTunes store by end of day Friday, December 8th.

If you want to win a copy of FIFA 07 for the Nintendo DS, be sure you’ve subscribed to the weekly EPL Talk Email Newsletter. Tomorrow’s edition will announce how you can win your own copy. Subscribe today from http://epltalk.com

Thanks for the support!


2 thoughts on “Catching Up With EPL Talk”

  1. I would ask Marcus his opinion on what Reading could do in the transfer market come the first of the year to see his side fight for a UEFA Cup or even Intertoto Cup position?

    And what lessons from their unprecedented Championship run have they brought up with them to the Premiership.

    Look forward to this interview.

    bcjohn02

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