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Bild say Manchester United are Closing in on Robert Lewandowski After “Mega Offer”: The Daily EPL

Bild magazine in Germany is reporting that Manchester United are closing in on signing Polish striker Robert Lewandowski after tabling a “mega offer.” Ferguson has already said that United won’t be signing anyone in the January transfer window, so whether the story is true or not remains to be seen. A […]

Does January Window Transfer Spending Help Premier League Clubs?

With the transfer window coming up, we can all count on one thing for certain. There will be non-stop chatter about what teams must do if they are going to “push for the top” or “avoid relegation”. Rumors and arguments will be rampant. The blogosphere will be on full hype […]

West Ham Want to Introduce Safe Standing at Olympic Stadium: The Nightly EPL

West Ham United co-owner David Gold says he wants to introduce safe standing at the Olympic Stadium in East London if West Ham United becomes the new tenants of the ground. While Gold’s desires are to be commended (to have safe standing terrace sections at the ground), his ideas will […]

Lucas Leiva Returns to Liverpool Squad for Visit of Southampton: The Daily EPL

After a three month absence due to injury, Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva returns to Liverpool’s squad for this weekend’s match against Southampton. Anyone who watched the documentary Being Liverpool should feel a pinch of affection for Leiva, as he raced back to full recovery only to limp off in a match early […]

Which Premier League Club Is The Biggest Spender In The Last Decade?

Which Premier League club is the biggest spender in the last decade? You may be surprised by the results. According to a recent survey by Deloitte, Premier League clubs have spent more than £4.4bn on players since the transfer window was introduced 10 years ago. Here are the top 20 spenders […]

North West and South of England Battle For Premier League Bragging Rights

The final day of the 2011/12 Premier League season was the most dramatic there has ever been and arguably the most dramatic there will ever be.  Although two of the teams to be relegated had already been decided, everyone’s eyes were on the one prize more valuable than survival — […]

Premier League News Links: Andre Villas-Boas Named Tottenham Hotspur Boss

Starting today, we’re going to bring you a daily post featuring the latest Premier League news stories. Even though Euro 2012 is over and the Premier League season doesn’t start until mid-August, there’s still plenty of news as you can see below. André Villas-Boas confirmed as new Tottenham manager — […]

How Did Your Predictions for the Premier League 2011-12 Table Go?

Every year, for the past few seasons, we’ve done a Premier League prediction table where I and you, the readers, make our picks on how the final Premier League table will look at the end of the season. The picks are made in August, so it’s often a tough call […]

EPLTalk.com’s Premier League Season Review – 2011/2012

The 2011/2012 Premier League season has been full of twists and turns, and will go down as one of the best campaigns in the recent memory. From the heart-warming story of Swansea and Norwich, to the season-long scramble to climb out of the relegation spots, to Liverpool’s woodwork woe and […]

EPL Talk Announces Winners of 2012 EPL Awards

More than 61,000 votes cast by soccer fans worldwide to recognize the best of the 2011-12 English Premier League (EPL) season We’re proud to announce today the winners of our 4th annual EPL Awards, sponsored by Football Media. The 2012 winners are chosen by the readers and editors of EPL Talk, […]

Blackburn Manager Steve Kean Calls Sam Allardyce a “F***ing Crook” [VIDEO] – NSFW

Explosive new video has been released revealed today showing Blackburn manager Steve Kean calling current West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce a “F***ing crook.” The video was filmed without Steve Kean’s knowledge at a bar in Hong Kong during Blackburn’s pre-season Premier League Asia Trophy tournament last summer. Some of […]

Premier League Highlights From Gameweek 38: All the Goals [VIDEO]

If you’re like me, Sunday was a blur. There were so much going on during the 90 minutes of Premier League action, that it was often very difficult to catch everything. If you missed any of the goals or action, here are highlights from all ten matches (for US readers […]

Where to Watch the EPL Season Finale on US TV and Internet

Sunday is going to be one of those days that will live in history. Either Manchester City will win their first top flight trophy in 44 years, or Manchester United will stage a surprise 20th league title. And those are just two of the ten live matches that soccer fans […]

Your Comprehensive Guide to Sunday’s Premier League Season Finale

So with the end of another memorable Premier League season in sight, there are still positions to be decided and silverware to be claimed. The final day can often be a nervous time for supporters around the world, with other results often crucial to the respective fates of their own […]

Vote for the Best of the 2011-12 English Premier League Season

It’s not only on the football pitch where there’s a race to the finish for the clubs in the 2011-12 Premier League season. Sunday also represents the final day of voting for the prestigious fourth annual EPL Awards, which recognize the best of the EPL season — everything from footballers to […]

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2008 Community Shield On Fox Soccer Channel In U.S.

Fox Soccer Channel will be broadcasting this season’s Community Shield featuring Manchester United against Portsmouth. The game will be televised live and shown at 10am ET on Sunday, August 10th. The match has been the traditional opener to the new season and pits the winner of the Premier League against […]

Chelsea v. Liverpool: Not Over Yet…

Torres was visibly irritated when subbed off in the 74th minute with the scoreline still two-nil. He wanted his hat trick against Blackburn, but Rafa Benitez’s message was clear: save it for Chelsea. As Liverpool visit Stamford Bridge needing to score at least three goals to survive in the Champions […]

Kameni At A Crossroads

Sometimes in adverse moments is when you learn your greatest lessons.  Carlos Kameni became one of the most popular players on the Espanyol squad for the past few years.  He has been there during the highest highs and -right now- the lowest lows. The drop-off in Kameni’s level of play […]

Could a hybrid promotion/relegation system work in US soccer?; By Kartik Krishnaiyer

The discussion around promotion and relegation, and the potential of it being implemented in the US/Canadian leagues has grown in scope and intensity over the last few years. One camp of fans and analysts clearly state that American sporting culture is different than what we see in Europe or South America, […]

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Liverpool owners scrap ticket hike, apologize to fans

Liverpool’s owners on Wednesday apologized and scrapped controversial plans to hike Anfield ticket prices after 10,000 fans walked out of the ground in protest at the weekend. Principal owner John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner acted after legions of angry Reds fans stormed out of the ground in the […]