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John Nicholson Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Last week I was fortunate to be joined by John Nicholson, whose work you know from EPLTalk.com as well as Football365.co.uk. In addition to talking about his book, We Ate All The Pies, we discussed the plight of his club (Middlesbrough), football’s place on Boxing Day, and the new shape […]

English Premier League Preview: EPL Talk Podcast

On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, I am joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna to look back on mid-week, Champions League action, talk about the news around the league, as well as look forward to this weekend’s league action. From Arsenal’s loss in Donetsk, to Damien Comolli’s […]

Weekend Preview Show: EPL Talk Podcast

Chelsea’s last stern test of the season is Sunday at Anfield, where a Liverpool side stunned by Diego Forlán’s stoppage time goal will try to rebound from Europe League disappointment. Draw or tie, and the Blues likely fall behind Manchester United before the season’s last weekend. To discuss that match […]

Alan Switzer Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

As much of the coverage surrounding football has increasingly focused on finance, the Deloitte’s Football Money League has garnered more attention. On today’s edition of the EPL Talk podcast, I welcome Alan Switzer from Deloitte to the show to talk about the table, what goes into creating it, and the […]

Phil Schoen Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

On Tuesday’s edition of the EPL Talk Podcast we have an interview I conducted with GolTV’s Phil Schoen. Phil covers the La Liga, the Bundesliga, Brazil, Colombia, as well as other circuits for GolTV, where he was been able of cover Premier League sides through the channel’s broadcasts of Europa […]

John Nicholson Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

In addition to being a contributor to EPL Talk, author John Nicholson writes a regular feature for Football365.com. On today’s episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, John joins me to talk about two of his recent pieces, detailing the problems at Chelsea and Liverpool, asking how each club could have […]

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Premier League Chat

The EPL Talk Chat has returned and will be available each matchday so you can chat in real-time with fellow football fans from around the world. It’ll be available 24/7 throughout the week so whenever you’re interested in having a chat about the Premier League, it’ll be open. I’ll also be making […]

Guillem Balague Interview

The latest episode of the EPL Talk Podcast features an interview with possibly one of the most respected football pundits on the planet, Guillem Balague. Balague is an author, TV presenter, journalist and podcaster for many media organizations including Sky Sports, The Times of London, The Game Podcast, Don Balon […]

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UEFA Europa League, Gameweek 1: Open Thread

Today kicks off the Group Stage of the 2013/14 Europa League with a whopping 24 matches available to watch on US television and Internet. Take your pick from the matches to watch. Personally, I’ll be watching my beloved Swans take on Valencia. Starting line-ups: Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Chico Flores, Amat, Tiendalli, […]

What the Premier League TV Experience Is Like In India

India has in recent years become an important market for the development of the Premier League as the world’s most popular team sports competition. The growth of the league has been remarkable throughout Asia and here in South India it is aided by knowledge of the English language and a […]

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Klopp says transfer committee ‘not a problem,’ had similar structure at Dortmund

New Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has dismissed suggestions he cannot work with the club’s transfer committee. The existing set-up, implemented by owners Fenway Sports Group to ensure some sort of continuity with signings, was a constant frustration for predecessor Brendan Rodgers. However Klopp, used to a similar structure at former club Borussia […]