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Author Archives: Christopher Harris

About Christopher Harris

Founder and publisher of World Soccer Talk, Christopher Harris is the managing editor of the site. He has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Guardian and several other publications. Plus he has made appearances on NPR, BBC World, CBC, BBC Five Live, talkSPORT and beIN SPORT. Harris, who has lived in Florida since 1984, has supported Swansea City since 1979. He's also an expert on soccer in South Florida, and got engaged during half-time of a MLS game. Harris launched EPL Talk in 2005, which was rebranded as World Soccer Talk in 2013.

Fox Soccer Channel Rated Best Quality by Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Soccer fans have rated Fox Soccer Channel as the number one network for quality soccer programming. That’s according to the latest poll by EPL Talk. Thirty four percent of the fans chose Fox Soccer Channel, while Setanta Sports was close … Continue reading

Preston’s Summer U.S. Preseason Tour Announced

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Championship side Preston North End, one of the most historic clubs in England, will play three friendlies this summer on the west coast of the United States. Preston, who will be based at a Seattle training camp for 10 days, … Continue reading

Preston’s Summer U.S. Preseason Tour Announced

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Championship side Preston North End, one of the most historic clubs in England, will play three friendlies this summer on the west coast of the United States. Preston, who will be based at a Seattle training camp for 10 days, … Continue reading

Episode 2 of the EPL Talk Show This Wednesday

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The second episode of the EPL Talk Show has been scheduled and will air live over the Internet on Wednesday, May 23rd (the night of the Champions League Final) at 10pm ET (7pm PT, 3am GMT). I’ll be joined by … Continue reading

Introducing Major League Soccer Talk

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With the Premiership season over, many of us (myself included) are craving more soccer/football. The perfect antidote is Spain’s La Liga for a few more weeks, but don’t overlook Major League Soccer, which has been revitalized this summer with the … Continue reading

Mailbag: Tim Howard Loan Deal & Euro Leagues

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In the past week, I received many excellent e-mails, two of which I thought I’d share with you. The first is a question and the second is a statement. Feel free to respond to these two points by clicking the … Continue reading

Best Match of the 2006/2007 Premiership Season

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What was your favorite match of the entire 06/07 EPL season? Reader Damir Selimovic submitted this story. West Ham United 3 v 4 Tottenham Hotspur Upton Park; March 4, 2007 If you are searching for a game to simplify the … Continue reading

Chelsea Adds Third Friendly to U.S. Tour

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Chelsea will play Club America at Stanford Stadium on July 14 at 6pm PT. The match will be the first of Chelsea’s three friendlies scheduled this summer in the United States. The second is against Suwon Bluewings on July 17, … Continue reading

Welcome to Major League Soccer Talk

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Since the year the league began in 1996, Major League Soccer (MLS) has transitioned from a league that many thought wouldn’t survive into one that’s making waves around the world. Major League Soccer Talk will capture the sights and sounds … Continue reading

West Brom headed to Wembley

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Kevin Phillips scored the lone goal to put the Baggies through to the final (4-2 on aggregate). Robert Koren was the architect of the goal with a brilliant cross that Phillips headed home. Jason Koumas was the game’s most influential … Continue reading

Toronto Tickets to Aston Villa Friendly Cause a Stir

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Reader Neil Russell sent me an irate email this morning about the price that Toronto FC is charging for tickets to the Aston Villa friendly on July 25. I don’t blame him. The cheapest ticket to the match is CA … Continue reading

Romance of FA Cup Will Officially Die Next Season

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While the preparation and hype build for this Saturday’s first FA Cup Final at the new Wembley, my message to Chelsea and Manchester United fans is to enjoy it while you can. I don’t think either team will put much … Continue reading

New York Times Journey to Emirates Stadium

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While the EPL continues to expand its coverage around the world, it’s also having a positive impact on the amount of tourists heading to England to watch matches in person. Take, for example, The New York Times. The newspaper is … Continue reading

Interview with Peter Brown from Divers & Cheats

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The latest episode of the EPL Talk Podcast features an interview with Peter Brown, co-host of the Divers & Cheats Podcast.Peter discusses a host of topics including: Why California seems to be a mecca for soccer coverage in the United … Continue reading

General Electric Eyeing English Premier League

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If you haven’t noticed already, more major U.S. investors are getting giddy over the English Premier League. Dazzled by the opportunity to make enormous fortunes by increasing revenues for a global brand, GE is the latest to have caught the … Continue reading

Chelsea v Man United, FA Cup Final: Live & Online

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If you’re searching for a way to experience Saturday’s FA Cup Final match between Manchester United and Chelsea online, join the EPL Talk Chat hosted by BC John. We’ll have Chelsea, Manchester United and neutral fans from around the world … Continue reading

Could Juande Ramos Be Manchester City Bound?

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Today’s all Spanish UEFA Cup Final should be a joy to watch (Fox Soccer Channel, 2:30pm ET). Both Espanyol and Sevilla play a decent brand of football. But my question is, will this be Juande Ramos’s last cup match in … Continue reading