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Renaming the 20 Premier League Clubs: If Hull City Owner Assem Allam Can Do It, We Can Do Better

While many of you were laughing at businessman and self proclaimed Leader Assem Allam for his views on rebranding clubs, I actually took the time to analyze his statements. All in all, Mr. Allam is correct. The world is a changing place and soon teams will have to adapt to […]

New Photos of London Taxi Cabs in Premier League Team Colors In New York City [PHOTOS]

NBC Sports last week paraded London cabs around New York City to promote its coverage of the English Premier League. Each taxi cab was decked out in the colors of Premier League clubs. In the new photographs above and below, you’ll see that most of the teams are represented. On […]

Fulham Third Shirt for 2013-14 Season: Official [PHOTO]

Fulham revealed their third shirt for the 2013-14 Premier League season today in their away match against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. Designed by adidas, Fulham’s third shirt is navy blue with orange and white trim. Personally, the shirt reminds me of a cross between recent Stoke City away […]

2013-14 Premier League Table Predictions: What’s Your Top 20?

Every season, for the past six years, I’ve asked you — the reader — to post your predictions of how you think the 20 teams will rank in the Premier League. The challenge every summer is that your predictions need to be posted before the season begins, which means it’s […]

NBC Poster Campaign: EPL Teams As New York City Boroughs & Neighborhoods [PHOTO]

The advertising campaign by NBC Sports to promote it’s Premier League coverage continues to win plaudits with videos, billboards in Times Square and subway cars. And now, NBC has taken to the streets of New York City with a street poster that shows many of the NYC boroughs and neighborhoods […]

How Has Your Premier League Club Fared in the Transfer Window So Far? Read Our Report Card

Only 27 days remain in the summer transfer window in England, and teams are getting close to wrapping up their pre-season friendlies ahead of the August 17 kick-off to the Premier League season. Based on the transfer signings so far in the summer window, here’s my ratings on how each […]

Will American Owners Eventually Rip The Soul Out Of English Football?

While I find David Conn’s alarmist piece in today’s Guardian excessively xenophobic and reactionary, the continued buying of English football clubs by American owners does pose larger questions long term. Having bought teams that had this most previous season just avoided relegation, Randy Lerner (Aston Villa) and Ellis Short (Sunderland) […]

Fulham On Verge Of Being Sold To American Investors, Says Report

Fulham owner Mohamed Al Fayed is on the verge of selling his Craven Cottage club to American investors, according to a report tonight in The Daily Mail newspaper. Al Fayed is reportedly not interested in investing any more money in the club. He bought Fulham in 1997 £6.25million, and has invested approximately £200million […]

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Listen to Soccer Morning from 9-10:15am ET with Taylor Twellman

Today’s Soccer Morning features an interview with former US international Taylor Twellman to discuss the USA’s loss in the 2015 CONCACAF Cup to Mexico. You can listen to Soccer Morning live via the World Soccer Talk LIVE page at www.worldsoccertalk.com/live. During the show, you can tweet your questions or observations […]

US Soccer has systemic problems in addition to holding Klinsmann and Gulati accountable

The United States Men’s National Team program has hit a clear tipping point. Saturday’s 3-2 loss to Mexico in the CONCACAF Cup coupled with the stunning 2-0 loss to Honduras in the CONCACAF U-23 Championship represented a double-whammy indicting the current direction of the program. Poor results and national team […]