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Author Archives: Chris Moore

11 Great Resources For Soccer Fans

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I should first start off by saying to always check out WorldSoccerTalk.com and the World Soccer Talk podcast for all of your soccer analysis, news, notes, opinions and scores. Now that the preambles are over, here are the remaining top … Continue reading

Top 7 Soccer Commentators on TV

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While there are dozens of solid soccer commentators on English language television around the world, I have compiled a list of the seven best announcers in the business. To see if your favorite voice made the cut, let’s check the … Continue reading

Giroud’s Injury Could Force Arsenal To Spend Big On A Striker

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With Arsenal’s star center forward, Olivier Giroud, rumored to be out for three to four months with a broken bone in his foot, manager Arsene Wenger will soon have to decide on whether or not to buy an additional striker … Continue reading

Cable TV No Longer The Future For The Soccer Viewing Fan

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With cable and satellite prices continuing to increase, many people are joining the cord cutter movement and ditching their television provider services. In fact, 7.6 million Americans have ended their cable/satellite subscriptions according to USA Today. In the report, the … Continue reading

What We’ve Learned From the Cardiff, Crystal Palace and LMA Fiasco

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As evident in the recent revelations of text messages between former Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay and former sporting director of Crystal Palace (also former Head of Player recruitment of Cardiff) Iain Moody, anti-Semitism, racism, sexism, and xenophobia are all … Continue reading

The Cord Cutter’s Guide to Watching Soccer on US TV and Internet

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If you are like many out there who don’t want to have a monthly cable/satellite bill anymore, but still want to watch live soccer matches, you are in luck. “Cord cutters” now have many different ways to watch live soccer … Continue reading

How to Use a VPN to Watch BBC’s Match of the Day

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If you want to watch BBC’s popular television show Match of the Day to see the highlights of the Barclays Premier League games every Saturday during the season, you can securely (and legally) gain access to the British TV show … Continue reading

Manchester United Fans Will Need to Prepare For a Season of Tedious Tactics Under Louis Van Gaal

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Newly appointed Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has his critics on whether or not the Dutch coach’s teams play attractive soccer. Following a 2-0 victory over Chile in this summer’s World Cup, van Gaal was asked by a journalist … Continue reading

Newcastle’s Alan Pardew Lowers Expectations By Setting Goal Of Mid-Table Finish

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Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has set the goal for his team during the 2014/15 season to be 48 points, a mid-table finish, and one fewer than where the club ended up last season. When asked if Newcastle’s target was … Continue reading

New Details Emerge About 2015 Gold Cup To Be Held In 10+ US Cities

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Details on the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup are now emerging, as Traffic Sports USA, a soccer event management company, accidentally leaked image with tournament information this past weekend. The company states that next year’s Gold Cup competition will be hosted … Continue reading

Liverpool and Manchester City Leading Chase to Sign Radamel Falcao, Say Reports

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Monaco striker Radamel Falcao is back in the papers today, as fresh reports claim that the highly-rated goal scorer is now being chased by Liverpool, Manchester City, and Real Madrid.  The Independent newspaper is reporting that while the three clubs all … Continue reading

Arsenal’s Loan Of Carl Jenkinson To West Ham Is A Smart Move For Both Clubs

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Although not much of a surprise, Arsenal’s Carl Jenkinson has joined fellow London-based club West Ham United on a season-long loan.  With the Gunners securing both Mathieu Debuchy and Calum Chambers this summer, Jenkinson was pushed down to third option … Continue reading

Ukrainian Unrest Affecting Nation’s Top Soccer League

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While the conflict in Ukraine is obviously much bigger than the game of soccer, the nation’s unrest is now affecting the country’s top soccer league.  The Ukrainian Premier League was ranked by UEFA as the 7th best soccer league in Europe … Continue reading

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Does Arsenal Really Need Another Striker?

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Coming off of a season in which one Arsenal player, Olivier Giroud, scored more than half of the team’s goals scored by forwards (22 out of 42), there was little doubt that the North London club would strengthen its front … Continue reading

How Sami Khedira Would Fit In At Arsenal

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Since the end of May, Arsenal has been linked with a host of defensive midfielders to fill the void in the middle of the pitch for the north London club. The Gunners deployed Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini for much … Continue reading

Critics Of Arsenal and German Midfielder Mesut Özil Are Dead Wrong

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Arsenal and Germany international Mesut Özil has received plenty of criticism since his arrival to London from Madrid last September. Costing the Gunners around $66 million (absolutely demolishing the team’s previous transfer record), Özil was seen as somewhat of a … Continue reading

Why Arsenal Would Pick French Defender Mathieu Debuchy Over Serge Aurier

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While Arsenal have been linked with plenty of right backs since the departure of defender Bacary Sagna to Manchester City, the Gunners may have finally found their man in Mathieu Debuchy.  The current France #1 right back (over Sagna), Debuchy … Continue reading

Transfer Rumors: Arsenal Interested In Signing Alexis Sanchez

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According to varying newspaper reports, Arsenal is extremely interested in signing Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez.  While the Chile international is coming off of a very strong 2013-14 season with Barcelona, scoring 19 La Liga goals and providing 10 league assists, … Continue reading