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Archives: English Premier League

Jonathan Starling Responds to the Arrogance of uninformed English “Journalists”

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Here is the link to the offensive column: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/columnists/martin_samuel/article2343925.ece?openComment=true#comments-form Here is Jonathan’s Letter: If this can please be forwarded to Martin Samuel, I will be greatly appreciated. I’m going to choose my words carefully simply because you seem to be … Continue reading

Lalas Attacks “Inferior” EPL

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Alexi Lalas makes some excellent points in his discussion with the Guardian, but it is obvious the British media wants to turn him into a laughing stock, and make him appear to be the stereotypical American. Check out the entire … Continue reading

Parting Thoughts on the EPL Campaign

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

I am thrilled a small club in a small town like Wigan Athletic has stayed in the Premiership for a third straight year. But without Paul Jewell they won’t stay up next year and like Bradford City who Jewell unbelievably … Continue reading

Experience the EPL in Real-Time

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today, the biggest day of the Premiership season, sums up my biggest criticism of Fox Soccer Channel. Yes, I love the channel just as much as you do, but it doesn’t cater to the soccer fan who wants to experience … Continue reading

Chelsea Crowned Premiership Champions

Posted on by Christopher Harris

  Congratulations to Chelsea for winning the 2005-2006 Premiership trophy. The Blues cruised to victory in a 3-0 home win against a very disappointing Manchester United side. Class goals from Gallas, Cole and Carvalho sealed the victory.

The Premiership Finale

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Manchester United's Ji-Sung Park challenges Chelsea's  Lampard during their English Premier League soccer match at Old Trafford in Manchester

  The biggest weekend of the English Premier League season is here. By Saturday at Noon ET, the Premiership champions and two remaining relegation positions may be decided, or not. So much is riding on each game. Here’s your essential … Continue reading

ESPN Interested in Bidding for Premiership TV Rights

Posted on by Christopher Harris

  Today is the deadline for the first round of bidding for the rights to the 2007-2013 Premiership TV season, and The Guardian newspaper reports that ESPN is interested in purchasing the overseas rights. In North America, ESPN already owns … Continue reading

ITV and BBC Unlikely To Bid On EPL TV Packages

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Sunday Telegraph newspaper from the UK is reporting that it’s unlikely that Britain’s ITV and BBC will bid on the Premiership TV packages available for the 2007-2013 seasons. Instead, it looks like it’ll be a three horse race between … Continue reading

EPL’s Biggest Matches May Move To Internet Next Year

Posted on by Christopher Harris

According to The Guardian newspaper, some of the Premiership’s biggest matches could be broadcast exclusively over the internet from next year rather than via pay TV under plans unveiled yesterday by the Premier League In the next 30 days, the … Continue reading

Bidding Begins for Premiership TV Rights

Posted on by Christopher Harris

  BBC announced today that the broadcasters interested in winning the rights to broadcasting the English Premier League from 2007-2013 have until April 27 to submit their sealed bids. Read more about the developing story here.

Exciting Finale to Premiership Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

What a difference a weekend makes! Fulham upset Chelsea, which moves Chris Coleman’s side out of the relegation danger zone. Portsmouth convincingly defeat West Ham, setting up an exciting finish to the season. Will be it Harry Redknapp’s side or … Continue reading