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Southampton and Charlton’s Demise Is Nothing New

Sheffield Wednesday, QPR, Manchester City, Wimbledon (aka MK Dons), Leeds, Oldham, Nottingham Forest, Swindon, Leicester, Barnsley, Bradford. Soon to be joined by another two and probably three in Charlton, Southampton and Norwich. All these clubs have tasted the sweet nectar of life in the Premier League only to later sup […]

Who Will Feel The Pain Of Relegation?

The season is almost over and other then Charlton Athletic, the final relegation spots are still up for grabs by two unlucky clubs. While it has not been made official, it is only a matter of a couple more matches before Charlton’s relegation to League One is confirmed leaving two […]

F.A. Cup Third Round Draw

The thrid round of the FA Cup draw is out and here is who the teams of the CCC will face. The ties will be played the weekend of January 3, 2009. If the tie is tied then a replay will be played. Portsmouth v Bristol City – Ashton Gate […]

Championship Club Active In Loan Market

The transfer window may be closed but Championship Teams are still active in the loan market. Deals that are struck between clubs about transfers won’t go through until Janruary 1st, 2009. Here is the latest activity in the loan market: Andy Todd: From Derby County to Northampton Town Keith Gillespie: […]

The Season Has Begun!

On Saturday the CCC season officially started as 24 teams battle to win promotion to the English Premier League and the riches that would come with that promotion. For the three promoted teams, Swansea City, Nottingham Forest and Doncaster, they are looking to establish themselves and avoid an immediate return […]

CCC Transfers As Of 18 July 2008

Here are your updated transfers for all the CCC clubs as of 18 July, 08. Barnsley:   Out: Dwayne Mattis (released) Birmingham City In: Marcus Bent ( Charlton, undisclosed) Out: Daniel De Ridder (Wigan, free), Oliver Kapo (Wigan 2.5m) Blackpool In: Steve Kabba (Watford, loan) Bristol City: In: Emad Metab (Al […]

CCC Transfers As Of 10 July 2008 Part I

Barnsley In: Luke Steele (West Brom, Free), Ian Hume (Leicester City, 1.2M), Mounir El Haimour (NE Xamax, undisclosed), Darren Moore (Derby, Free) Out: Paul Reid (Colchester, Free) Birmingham City In: Lee Carsley (Everton, Free), Kevin Phillips (West Brom, Free) Out: Mikael Forssell (Hannover 96, free) Rafael Schmitz ( Lille, end […]

The Silly Season Is Off And Running

While officially the transfer window isn’t open yet clubs are making signings that will become official on July 1st. It might be a free transfer of a player who is out of contract or a transfer involving money or just plain rumors involving players and clubs, the silly season has […]

Pardew Breathes New Life Into Charlton FC

Merry Christmas to all EPL Talk readers worldwide. While many of us are opening presents or giving them to our loved ones, Charlton fans will have something to cheer about this morning knowing that manager Les Reed has been replaced by Alan Pardew. While I believe Charlton made the correct […]

Gibbs Out Until November

US International Defender Cory Gibbs whose pre World Cup injury in a friendly versus Morocco was a huge blow for Team USA will be sidelined until November. Gibbs club team, English Premier League side Charlton Athletic announced the bad news earlier Sunday. Gibbs, a native of Fort Lauderdale is probably […]

A Ruud Farewell

  Guest blog entry from The Scout: Van Nistelrooy Exits by The Scout Ruud van Nistelrooy drove away from Manchester United’s final game of the season against Charlton Athletic when he learned that he would be once again left out of the starting eleven. One of the most prolific scorers […]

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5 Talking Points From Premier League Gameweek 32: The Weekly EPL

With a packed roster of matches being played out over the weekend, we have plenty to talk about regarding this gameweek. 1. Manchester City get a glimpse of an alternate reality Still 12 points clear of their noisy neighbors, United possibly just can’t throw it away from here. But yesterday’s […]

Manchester United to Consider Return of Safe Standing: Daily Soccer Report

Manchester United have expressed an interested in investigating the viability of adding a safe standing area into Old Trafford. According to a report in The Independent newspaper, the article reads: “The Independent understands that the club’s new chief executive, Ed Woodward, expressed a willingness to explore the idea when supporters’ representatives put it […]

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