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Author Archives: Richard Farley

Where To Go When Our Crude Tools Can’t Capture Carlo’s Trequartista

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Numeric annotation of formations was on my mind before I started firing off emails late last year. Even before I got his response, I’d seen Michael Cox’s thoughts on the practice, the Zonal Marking owner giving his views to Tom … Continue reading

Who Needs A Schedule When We Can Have Charlie: Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

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It’s early February and there’s still no schedule, and while February came last year without our list of matches, this year, first kick is much closer. Without a schedule (because we are down one television deal), my co-host Christopher Riordan … Continue reading

Who Needs A Schedule When We Can Have Charlie: Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

It’s early February and there’s still no schedule, and while February came last year without our list of matches, this year, first kick is much closer. Without a schedule (because we are down one television deal), my co-host Christopher Riordan … Continue reading

But What About Carlo (Weekend Review Show): EPL Talk Podcast

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On a historic weekend of football in the English Premier League – one that saw a record number of Saturday goals, Manchester United’s first loss of the season, and a memorable capitulation from Arsenal – the story was Kenny Dalglish; … Continue reading

EPL Talk Podcast Live Show, Open Thread: Special Super Bowl Time (One Hour Early)

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For many of you, it’s Super Bowl Sunday, so we’re moving the show up one hour giving you a slightly larger gap between show and Bowl. For myself, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer, it was Chelsea-Liverpool Sunday, with Kenny Dalglish … Continue reading

Considering Escalating Levels of Lunacy (Mid-Week, Transfer Window Review, Weekend Preview): EPL Talk Podcast

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Only one of the league’s top five stumbled mid-week, with Manchester City being drawn at St. Andrew’s, though Tuesday and Wednesday’s matches were overshadowed slightly by Wednesday’s news, when the best right back in Premier League history announced his retirement. … Continue reading

Giving Thanks To A Turkey Too Fowl For Some: Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

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Perhaps at no point in the history of the United States Men’s National Team has Turkey featured so prominently, but with the closing of the European transfer window on Monday, the country’s soccer league was near the forefront of many … Continue reading

For The Love Of Torres (Weekend Review Show): EPL Talk Podcast

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The fourth round of the FA Cup saw the league’s top four barely survive, though the fifth of the Big Five (Tottenham) met their end at Craven Cottage. On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, myself, Kartik Krishnaiyer, and … Continue reading

EPL Talk Podcast Live Show: FC Cup Fourth Round Review, Transfer News Updates, Discussion

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Chelsea barely survived Everton in the first match of the FA Cup fourth round, a harbinger of what was to come for the Premier League’s big five. Yes, Manchester United and Arsenal are through, but between a late comeback, a … Continue reading

No MLS, No NASL, We Talk USMNT (and the Division II Void): Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

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Camp Cupcake is over. What ever are we doing to do? Talk about the match against Chile, for one. That’s the main dish in this meal, being served-up by myself and co-host Christopher Riordan on this edition of the Major … Continue reading

The Massey, Keys, Gray Area of Sexism and English Football: EPL Talk Podcast

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On Wednesday, Richard Keys resigned from his position with Sky Sports, the latest chapters in the saga that started Sunday, when audio of sexist comments from Keys and broadcast partner Andy Gray was made public. With Gray having been terminated … Continue reading

Thinking About The Bentcrimony (Mid-Week Review, Weekend Preview): EPL Talk Podcast

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FA Cup third round replays and the built-up to the next round of English Premier League action was overshadowed this week by the shock transfer of Darren Bent, who – two days after handing in his transfer request at Sunderland … Continue reading

SuperDraft Review, USMNT Midfielders Invade England: Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

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Last week’s SuperDraft went exactly as planned, right? Not exactly, according to everybody who was surprised Omar Salgaso went first, and judging by the reaction from the coverage, that means everybody outside of Vancouver. On this edition of the Major … Continue reading

English Premier League Weekend Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

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The two Manchester clubs finished the English Premier League weekend tied atop the league, with Arsenal’s win at West Ham United creating a gap between the top three and the other two recognized title contenders. On this edition of the … Continue reading

EPL Talk Podcast Weekend Review Show, Live Stream And Open Thread

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The race at the top of the Premier League tightened-up this weekend. Manchester United got a good result at White Hart Lane (0-0), but with Saturday wins by Manchester City (4-3, over Wolves) and Arsenal (0-3, at West Ham United), … Continue reading

Finding Context on Another Departure: Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

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Edson Buddle has left Major League Soccer. What at first seemed like a thin, spurious connection was affirmed on Monday, with 2. Bundesliga’s 17th place Inglostadt signing the now former Los Angeles Galaxy striker. On this edition of the Major … Continue reading

Finding Context on Another Departure: Major League Soccer Talk Podcast

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Edson Buddle has left Major League Soccer. What at first seemed like a thin, spurious connection was affirmed on Monday, with 2. Bundesliga’s 17th place Inglostadt signing the now former Los Angeles Galaxy striker. On this edition of the Major … Continue reading

FA Cup Third Round Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

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The FA Cup’s full weekend came an went in the show of the new around Anfield Park, where Roy Hodgson and Liverpool mutually agreed to part ways before the Reds took the pitch Sunday at Old Trafford. There, Howard Webb … Continue reading