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From Nepal With Love: Understanding the Global Impact of The Premier League

Posted on by Sarad Shrestha

One thing people cannot contest is the impact the Premier League has had all over the world. The Premier League is undoubtedly the most popular league in the world. It is estimated that the Premier League is broadcast to 600+ … Continue reading

EPL Talk Podcast Hits 2 Million Downloads Milestone

Posted on by Christopher Harris

EPL Talk hit a new milestone today by logging 2 million downloads of its popular twice-weekly soccer podcast. Six years ago this month, the first episode of the EPL Talk Podcast launched featuring an interview with none other than Steven … Continue reading

Adventures in the Fantasy Premier League, Gameweeks 32 and 33

Posted on by David Yaffe-Bellany

Redemption- These were gameweeks of redemption, and not just for Wigan Athletic. Andy Carroll was absolutely shocking for 91 minutes of Liverpool’s 3-2 win at Ewood Park, before springing into life for the final 120 seconds. Joey Barton, too, put … Continue reading

What Superstitions Do You Have When Supporting Your Premier League Club?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Are you superstitious? Are there certain things you do in the support of your Premier League club? Are there certain articles of clothing that are more lucky than others? Do you perform certain routines or rituals to help your team? If … Continue reading

What It’s Like to Follow the Premier League From Ireland

Posted on by Eamonn Rushe

The allure of the multi-million pound dealings and media accessibility has seen the EPL remain the focus for the majority of Irish soccer fans. The national league in Ireland is predominately semi-professional, and it struggles to gain focus over the … Continue reading

adidas: #takethestage

Posted on by Laurence McKenna

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MHhaMXrUk8] With just over 100 days to go until the start of the Olympic Games, adidas has revealed their biggest UK campaign ever entitled take the stage. An all-new 60 second TV ad kicks off the multi-channel campaign on Saturday … Continue reading

Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 32: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

We have seven Premier League matches in store on this, the seventh of April, today. Kicking off gameweek 32 is the early kick-off between Sunderland and Tottenham Hotspur at the Stadium of Light. It’s a match between two men who … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 31

Posted on by Karl Sears

With the rest of the league tightening up, the two teams who are beginning to look adrift are sitting at the top, and the bottom. Manchester United is now 11.93 points ahead of City, while Wolves are 11.68 points behind … Continue reading

Premier League Preview: Easter Edition

Posted on by Alex Muller

With the majority of sides in the Premier League with only seven games left to play, a fixture-packed Easter schedule could well have decisive repercussions at the top and bottom of the division. With matches every day from Friday to … Continue reading

Simon Kuper Interview: Author of Soccer Men

Posted on by Alexander Fairchild

I recently chatted with Soccernomics co-author Simon Kuper to discuss several topics regarding world soccer. Kuper, whose latest book Soccer Men is now available in stores, talked about what impact (if any) soccer has on politics, as well as how he began … Continue reading

Adventures in the Fantasy Premier League, Gameweek 31

Posted on by David Yaffe-Bellany

Squeaky Bum Time- As the clock ticks on this year’s Premier League, fantasy managers everywhere are beginning to sweat. Whatever your motivation – pub bragging rights, office sweepstakes, England job – the importance of cashing in on opportunities now couldn’t … Continue reading

Predicting the Final Premier League Table of The Season With 7 Games Remaining

Posted on by Matt Hackenmiller

After spending some time going through the remaining fixture list, I have begun the process of projecting the final standings for the 2011-12 season of the Premier League. Now, obviously, with any type of projections, injuries and dips in form … Continue reading

The 7 Greatest Soccer Movies Of All Time

Posted on by Drew Farmer

Even though soccer is the world’s most popular sports, there’s a surprising lack of films about the beautiful game. In America, it seems that there are more movies about college football than the soccer variety. But we’ve combed the video … Continue reading

Blackburn Rovers 0 – 2 Manchester United: Tactics

Posted on by Earl Reed

In an instant, an impending stalemate at Ewood Park became another step to the title for Manchester United, as Antonio Valencia broke the deadlock in the final 10 minutes to spur the defending champions onto victory over Blackburn, 0-2. The … Continue reading

Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 31: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today is one of those rare Saturdays when there are no early kick-off nor late kick-offs in the Premier League. Instead we have seven Premier League matches all kicking off at the same time (10am ET/3pm UK time). In the … Continue reading

Reader Mailbag: We Answer Your Questions About Team GB, SPL And English Managers

Posted on by Morgan Green

In this week’s Reader Mailbag column, we have several excellent questions from you, the readers. But first, a rant. I spend a large portion of my life paying attention to sports — probably an unhealthy portion if you ask some … Continue reading

Adventures in Fantasy Premier League Gameweeks 29 and 30

Posted on by David Yaffe-Bellany
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Feed the Yak- Along with Danny Graham and Grant Holt, Yakubu is one of the top three value-for-money forwards in the Fantasy Premier League. Available at £5.9 million, he has scored more league goals than either Balotelli or Dzeko. He … Continue reading

What It’s Like To Follow the Premier League From Australia

Posted on by Ahmed Yussuf

The word “football” in Australia may be interpreted in recent years as an oval shaped ball played on a oval pitch with four large poles. This game called AFL has been an infatuation of Australians everywhere. However, football — known … Continue reading