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NGSN acquires J-League streaming rights in US through 2017

US online streaming rights to Japan’s top flight soccer league, the J-League, have been acquired by NGSN, the legal streaming service that has rights to leagues in the Netherlands (Eredivisie), Argentina, Chile, Portugal, Russia and other countries. NGSN has the rights to the J-League for 2015 through 2017. Commentaries will be offered […]

Japan fire coach Javier Aguirre due to Spanish match-fixing implications

Javier Aguirre has been sacked as Japan’s national team coach due to implications of the Mexican’s involvement in possible match-fixing while in charge of Real Zaragoza. The Japanese Football Federation (JFA) announced the termination of his contract earlier today. During the build-up to the Asian Cup, Aguirre was cited as part of the […]

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FOX Soccer Launches Tumblr Blog

FOX Soccer today launched its own soccer blog to complement its online content from FOXSoccer.com. FOX’s blog is built on the popular Tumblr platform. The design of FOX Soccer’s blog is clean and elegant. And, believe it or not, but a RSS feed has been added (something that’s been missing […]

Crystal Palace Appoint Tony Pulis As Manager

Crystal Palace have appointed Tony Pulis as the club’s new manager. Pulis has signed a 2.5 year contract. He’ll be in the crowd for their away match against Hull City, but he won’t be managing the side today. That’ll be the responsibility of caretaker boss Keith Millen. If a report […]

Gary Neville Feeling Off Color According to Daily Star

The Daily Star newspaper in England is reporting that Gary Neville is feeling a bit gray according to their headline they published Monday night (see above picture). It’s an actual mistake that appeared in their article here (which may have been corrected by the time you read this), but it’s […]

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