America’s Favorite National Pastime: Loving Soccer
America’s Favorite National Pastime: Loving Soccer

The debate about whether soccer has “made it” in America is one that has been going on for decades. Since hosting the World Cup in 1994, the popularity of the sport in this country has steadily risen year after year. Personally I don’t believe it will ever become the most […]

Historic Win Propels Greece Into Knockout Stages For First Time
Historic Win Propels Greece Into Knockout Stages For First Time

The final whistle blew and you could hear the collective groan the world over, Greece had qualified for the knock out rounds of the World Cup. It was not pretty (it never is when Greece is involved) but it was a performance that is typical of this team when their […]

Read the First Soccer Tweets From Key Twitter Accounts
Read the First Soccer Tweets From Key Twitter Accounts

This week, Twitter turns 8 years old. Lucky for us they’ve developed a nice little tool that allows you to find the first tweets of anyone who isn’t locked. It’s been great fun, especially seeing how all of the great Twitterers out there started their “legacy”. That being said, here’s […]

A Love Song For Your Favorite Premier League Club
A Love Song For Your Favorite Premier League Club

Hello there to all you boys and girls out there in love land tonight, I’m your host Casey Kas….Morgan Green, here to take you on a journey……of love. Love is a beautiful thing and it comes in all forms. Lets take a look at some of the requests we’ve received […]

The Threats Against Stan Collymore Must Stop
The Threats Against Stan Collymore Must Stop

Since I joined up with World Soccer Talk, I’ve been called a lot of things. The “worst pundit on the World Soccer Talk podcast,” “a know nothing American,” “a biased Chelsea fan,” “a plastic glory hunter,” etc. I’ve had my knowledge of sports in general called into question. I’ve been […]

My First International: Recapping USA vs. El Salvador
My First International: Recapping USA vs. El Salvador

It’s been a whirlwind 24 hours for me that’s included 6+ hours in a car, travel through three states and an absolute thrashing on a football pitch in Baltimore. Going to the USA vs. El Salvador quarterfinal in Baltimore, Maryland was a first for me. I had been to several […]

An American Apology: Sorry for Ruining the Premier League
An American Apology: Sorry for Ruining the Premier League

As we all know another Premier League team has been bought by another money hungry (Pakistani) American. So naturally there is a ton of outrage. How couldn’t there be? Fulham, a club that has been English owned for so long before being acquired by Egyptian businessman Mohamed Al-Fayed, has fallen […]

EPL Transfer Rumors: Your Guide to Deciphering Fact From Fiction
EPL Transfer Rumors: Your Guide to Deciphering Fact From Fiction

Well the season is over and to be completely honest, life sucks. After the Champions League final we as a people are going to be deprived of a steady source of meaningful football until August. What am I supposed to do with all this free time I’ll have on the […]

6 Statistics That Illustrate Why Queens Park Rangers Are So Woeful
6 Statistics That Illustrate Why Queens Park Rangers Are So Woeful

I think it’s fair to say that there are many problems with QPR as a team that are keeping them from reaching their potential. The team undoubtedly has talent but a lack of cohesion and discipline on top of poor management has seen them just above the foot of the […]

Revealed: Which Top 4 Premier League Club Is In The Pocket Of Referees
Revealed: Which Top 4 Premier League Club Is In The Pocket Of Referees

Every season you hear the same statements being thrown about: “Manchester United get all the cards,” “The referees are in Sir Alex’s pocket” and so on. So I’ve taken a look at a breakdown of how cards were given and received by Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and West […]

Enjoying Tottenham vs Liverpool Despite The Heatwave In Baltimore
Enjoying Tottenham vs Liverpool Despite The Heatwave In Baltimore

It’s Saturday, July 28 at 10 AM and I’m on my way to M&T Bank stadium, driving down I-95 with my windows down, I already know we’re going to be in for one excruciatingly hot day. I arrive at the stadium a little before 10:30 and there are already several […]

Is Arsenal Target Santi Cazorla A €20 Million Man?
Is Arsenal Target Santi Cazorla A €20 Million Man?

Arsenal appear to be on the verge of signing Malaga winger Santi Cazorla. Meanwhile, Arsenal masses are hyping up their potential signing to the maximum, which is par for the course. Being the curmudgeon that I am I’m obviously a little skeptical of this signing, which is also par for the […]