The Cure For Obsessed Soccer Fans

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If your obsession about football isn’t limited to just the Premier League and Euro 2008, be sure to visit the other sites in our network.

At Champions League Talk, Lonnie Smetana has been writing about the top stories among continental European teams such as Porto being allowed to participate in the Champions League and Perrin leaving Lyon.

Juan Arango at La Liga Talk has been writing about ESPN and the rumors of them contemplating the makeover of ESPN Classic into a full-fledged 24/7 soccer network as well as Mario Kempes leaving ESPN Deportes.

Mark Moll at Bundesliga Talk recently wrote an interesting article about the most booked players in the Bundesliga last season. Some of his findings may surprise you.

Kartik Krishnaiyer at Major League Soccer Talk released the latest episode of the podcast featuring an interview with Martin Rennie, one of the youngest persons in the United States ever to obtain a UEFA A coaches license. Plus Kartik writes about the CONCACAF qualifying rounds.

Kevin Walker at Serie A Talk writes about Jose Mourinho’s appointment at Inter Milan.

At Championship Talk, Shakira Graham has the fixtures for the first two weeks of the Coca-Cola Championship League as well as the opening round fixtures for the Carling Cup.

Qualifying matches for the 2010 World Cup have already begun, and Stephane Pedinton has written an article about the key developments thus far from around the world at World Cup Buzz.

And last but not least, Soccer On Dish writes about Fox Soccer Channel moving up the dial on DirecTV as well as changes to DISH Network which means less soccer on that satellite dish.


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