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Daily Archives: September 1, 2009

Mutu’s Multi-Million Dollar Question

Posted on by Mark Carter

  Sacked former Chelsea striker Adrian Mutu is on the verge of bankruptcy and retirement from football after the well-documented verdict of the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The disgraced darling of Romanian football, currently plying his trade at Serie … Continue reading

Mr Wenger’s One-man Fight Against Anti-Football

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

I found myself pondering Arsene Wenger’s accusations of Sir Alex and United employing “Anti-Football”. I’ve always been bemused by that term. Here are my (somewhat wandering) thoughts on the matter. What is this “Anti-Football”? Is it the opposite of the … Continue reading

Ottawa Fury Applies for a USL-1 Franchise

Posted on by Bobby Brandon

Here’s a link to the press release. I know, this is MLS Talk, not USL Talk. But given recent events, this is newsworthy. This has been rumored for awhile, not always the Fury, but that a party in Ottawa was … Continue reading

Serie A – Week 2

Posted on by Christian

Milan vs. Inter Could the Derby della Madonnina, the first big derby of the 09-10 season in any European league, live up to the hype? Inter came into the game favorites to win the scudetto after mostly adding to the … Continue reading

RSL Surges: Borchers and Olave Lead the Way

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Since John Ellinger was replaced by Jason Kreis two and a half seasons ago, RSL has been anything but predictable. This season the Utah club was being tipped by many to win the Western Conference, but instead have been fighting … Continue reading

Questions Please For The Guardian’s Barney Ronay

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Barney Ronay will be a future guest on the EPL Talk Podcast. Best known to readers as a writer for The Guardian as well as a regular guest on The Guardian’s Football Weekly Podcast, Ronay has written a new book … Continue reading

MLS TV Ratings Are Doomed Because Of Euro Football

Posted on by Christopher Harris

TV ratings for Major League Soccer in the United States are doomed. Why? Because most soccer fans such as ourselves have been programmed to watch European football. Let me explain. On a typical weekend or weekday, European football matches kick … Continue reading

USL at a Crossroads: Part II, The Struggle for Power

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Yesterday, Major League Soccer Talk in conjunction with Inside Minnesota Soccer ‘s Brian Quarstad released the first of a three part series on the United Soccer Leagues. Where the league has come from, where it might be going, as well … Continue reading

Inter 4-0 AC Milan: Gattuso’s Sending-Off

Posted on by Sam Hiser

For AC Milan in Saturday’s fabled Derby della Madonnina, Gennaro Gattuso’s nightmare came true. If not for Inter’s new-look, new-effect attack, poor Captain Rino would be carrying all responsibility for the unbalanced result (AC Milan 0:4 Inter). Inter earned three … Continue reading

Why Aren’t English Teams Making Their Dominance Count in the Champions League?

Posted on by Sebastian Shepard

That the EPL is the best championship in the world is plain for everyone to see.  The teams are far and away the strongest, most physical, and quickest.  With exceptions to super teams like Barcelona, the four Premier League teams … Continue reading