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Author Archives: Richard Farley

Gary O'Reilly Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

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Gary O’Reilly is a former defender for Spurs, Crystal Palace and Brighton & Hove Albion who now works as a commentator with TWI. He joined Kartik Krishnaiyer earlier this week, when he was interviewed for this edition of the EPL … Continue reading

Dave Clark Interview: MLS Talk Podcast

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On this edition of the Major League Soccer Talk podcast, I talk to Dave Clark. Dave covers the Seattle Sounders at SounderAtHeart.com, but while we talk about the Sounders’ past and upcoming seasons, the main focus of the podcast are … Continue reading

Simon Hill Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

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Simon Hill is a broadcaster for Fox Sports in Australia, where he covers the Premier League was well as the A-League and major competitions throughout Asia. This weekend, he joined Kartik Krishnaiyer to talk about the Premiership and broadcasting the … Continue reading

Everton, Donovan Moving Toward Permanent Deal

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As Landon Donovan continues to make an impact on the blue half of Merseyside, we are starting to read the first reports of Everton’s desire to make the short-term loan a permanent move. This weekend, Donovan made another start for … Continue reading

MLS Talk Podcast: Brian Zygo, on Labor Negotiations

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In the third part (of three) in our series on Major League Soccer’s labor negotiations, I talked to Major League Soccer Talk contributor Brian Zygo. After talking to legal and sports business experts in the series’ first two parts, I’ve … Continue reading

MLS Labor Negotiations’ Deadline Extension Tells of Progress, Public Relations

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On Thursday, Major League Soccer and the Major League Soccer Players Union announced that they will continue negotiating for a new collective bargaining agreement until February 12, implicitly agreeing to twelve days of working under an expired bargaining agreement, should … Continue reading

Eyes on WPS, AEG as Los Angeles Sol Folds

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On Thursday, Women’s Professional Soccer announced their cornerstone franchise – the Los Angeles Sol – will fold. Formerly owned by Anschultz Entertainment Group (owners of the Los Angeles Galaxy, part-owners of the Houston Dynamo), the Sol leave WPS after an … Continue reading

MLS Talk Podcast: Joel Maxcy, on MLS Labor Issues

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In the second of three podcasts Major League Soccer Talk will be devoting to collective bargaining and labor negotiations, I was joined by Joel Maxcy. Joel is an Associate Professor at the University of Georgia where he also serves as … Continue reading

MLS Talk Podcast: Jeffrey Standen, on Collective Bargaining

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In the first of three podcasts Major League Soccer Talk will be devoting to collective bargaining and labor negotiations, I was joined by Jeffrey Standen. Jeffrey is an instructor at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where he teaches (amongst other … Continue reading

Upcoming Major League Soccer Talk Podcasts: Expert Opinion on Collective Bargaining

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In a series podcasts to be released throughout the week, Major League Soccer TalkĀ (subscribe) will be talking to three legal/business/sport experts, getting perspectives on collective bargaining in Major League Soccer and the United States’ sports landscape.