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Archives: Liverpool

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 13: Liverpool vs Man City Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On a sad day in football, hopefully the game between Liverpool and Manchester City can bring a smile to our faces. In team news, Craig Bellamy has been excused from playing today as he’s devastated regarding the death of Gary … Continue reading

FOX Breaks Record For Most-Watched English Premier League Game In U.S. TV History

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FOX Broadcasting Company broke the record Sunday for the most viewed English Premier League game in U.S. television history. The tape-delayed game featuring Chelsea against Liverpool scored an audience of 1.67 million, beating out the previous record of 1.626 million … Continue reading

FOX and EPL Win Soccer TV Ratings War Against MLS and ESPN

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FOX’s taped broadcast of Chelsea against Liverpool drew an overnight TV rating that nearly doubled the rating for ESPN’s primetime MLS Cup on Sunday, according to a USA Today report. Chelsea against Liverpool got a 1.5 overnight, which translates to … Continue reading

Premier League Sunday, Chelsea vs Liverpool: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Join in the debate before, during and after today’s Chelsea against Liverpool match — the most highly anticipated game of the weekend. There are so many talking points before a ball is even kicked. Luis Suarez, John Terry, Andy Carroll, … Continue reading

Why Liverpool Needs More Transfer Funds to Match Club’s Ambitions

Posted on by Brian Reece

In the beginning of 2011, Liverpool Football Club began to make a statement of intent that was designed to kick start the revival of the sleeping giant. John Henry made a pledge when he won command of the club. That … Continue reading

Liverpool Misfiring Up Front As They Fight For a Champions League Spot

Posted on by Chris Allen

Maybe it’s a bit premature to talk about must-win games and the possibilities of a top four finish when we are only in November, but it’s certainly true to say that the next three games could define Liverpool’s season. It … Continue reading

Look to Swansea As Masters Of the Passing Game, Not Arsenal or Liverpool

Posted on by Christopher Harris

httpv://youtu.be/i-jwClzsDog Tomorrow’s clash between Liverpool and Swansea City will be the first time the two clubs have played each other in the league in 28 years. What I find interesting about tomorrow’s game — and what has transpired in those … Continue reading

Carling Cup Quarter-Final Draw Sees Tasty Games for Arsenal, Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Man Utd

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The draw for the quarter-finals of the 2011-12 Carling Cup has been made, and there are quite a few mouthwatering matches in store. The draw revealed: Arsenal v Manchester City Chelsea v Liverpool Manchester United v Crystal Palace Cardiff City … Continue reading

Premier League Weekend Review: Local Rivals Embarrass United & Chelsea

Posted on by Alex Muller

The headline from this past weekend’s Premier League action will rightfully be dominated by what transpired in the Manchester derby, but City’s destruction of 10-man United wasn’t the only notable result of another exciting weekend in the English top flight. … Continue reading

Liverpool 1 – 1 Norwich City – Tactical Analysis

Posted on by Earl Reed

The late game on the Saturday docket for the Premier League saw Norwich City equalize and hold on, earning a point at Anfield against Liverpool. Without Lucas Leiva, who was serving a mandatory match suspension for yellow card accumulation, Kenny … Continue reading

ESPN2′s Coverage of Liverpool Against Man Utd Nets 456,000 Viewers

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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ESPN and FOX are not only competitive when it comes to bidding for World Cup TV rights. They’re also very competitive in the TV ratings game, namely the number of viewers watching Premier League matches on U.S. television. EPL Talk … Continue reading

It’s Time For Luis Suarez To Grow Up

Posted on by Chris Binnie

At last weekend’s game between Manchester United and Liverpool at Anfield, striker Luis Suárez is accused of allegedly repeatedly muttering racial slurs at Patrice Evra. Rightly the complaint is said to be investigated further and has been commented on by the management … Continue reading

UK Government Vows to Leave No Stone Unturned About Hillsborough Disaster

Posted on by Christopher Harris

British Labour Party politician Steve Rotheram gave a passionate plea Monday to the House of Commons on the topic of the Hillsborough Disaster. The Liverpudlian MP, who was at Hillsborough on that fateful day in 1989, argued for the disclosure and … Continue reading

3 Contrasting Opinions About Liverpool’s Performance Against United: You Decide

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Editor’s note: Liverpool one, Manchester United one. A single point for both sides, but which club should feel pleased with their performance, and which manager made the correct decisions, or not? Here are three dissenting opinions from EPL Talk’s Chris … Continue reading

Liverpool Full of Confidence and Boosted by Gerrard Return for United Game

Posted on by Chris Binnie

There’s an undeniable, some might say, palpable level of excitement evident amongst Liverpool fans as they await the imminent return of their captain Steven Gerrard as a regular starter for the team. Gerrard’s frequent and untimely headaches with a recurring … Continue reading

Liverpool vs Manchester United Preview: Who Will Win?

Posted on by Michael Green

Manchester United against Liverpool is one of the biggest games of the season, and frankly — as a football fan — I am filled with excitement. Certainly United’s start suggests that at worst a draw is the result United will … Continue reading

Why Liverpool’s Threat to Sell Their Own TV Rights is a Pipe Dream

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Liverpool Football Club is trying to change the Premier League as we know it. The club is interested in breaking out and selling its own overseas TV rights instead of the current collective agreement by the Premier League where overseas … Continue reading

New Film Celebrates Liverpool’s Triumph In Istanbul: Video Trailer

Posted on by Alex Muller

It had to happen sooner or later. One of the most incredible soccer matches in the history of the sport has found its way on to the silver screen. The 2005 Champions League Final between AC Milan and Liverpool will … Continue reading