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Archives: Liverpool

1974 Charity Shield Between Liverpool and Leeds (Video)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you’ve watched or read The Damned United, you’ll know that the 1974 Charity Shield between Leeds United and Liverpool plays a pivotal role. It was a real life drama featuring remarkable characters Bill Shankly and Brian Clough. And on … Continue reading

Liverpool on the Verge of Signing Uruguayan Defender Sebastian Coates

Posted on by Michael Schwartz

With big expectations this year, Liverpool has been busy as ever in the transfer market though most of their acquisitions have been to their midfield. Only recently did Liverpool start addressing their defensive concerns by signing left back Jose Enrique … Continue reading

Liverpool 1-1 Sunderland: Suarez Penalty Miss Proves Costly

Posted on by Spenser Davis

It’s the start of a new season, and for a soccer fan in America, it means setting the alarm extra early (or waking up on your own two hours early, shaking with excitement), putting on a pot of coffee, playing … Continue reading

London’s Burning

Posted on by Alex Muller

Talk about bad timing. Zippo, the American lighter brand, chose this week to unveil their lighters that feature the crests of four of the Premier League’s biggest clubs. The irony is that in the same week that Zippo releases these, … Continue reading

Adventures of an American Liverpool Supporter At Anfield

Posted on by Spenser Davis

First off, I’ll spare the usual story–let’s just say I fell in love with the game and due to various (seemingly extraneous) reasons, fell even more deeply in love with Liverpool Football Club. And yes, I’m also an American–Texan to … Continue reading

The Transformation of Liverpool Under Kenny Dalglish

Posted on by Rory OBeirne

Since returning to the managerial spotlight at Anfield, Kenny Dalglish has set about constructing a Liverpool team with a solid core and an old-fashioned British mentality. Although several of Liverpool’s squad possess overseas passports, the transformation of the sides core has a particularly … Continue reading

Liverpool’s Midfield vs Man Utd’s Strikers: Bursting At The Seams

Posted on by Michael Schwartz

Having roster depth in the Premier League is crucial when trying to contend with the grind of the season which can consist of matches in both domestic and international competitions. Therefore, carrying a squad with a balanced mixture of youth … Continue reading

Craig Bellamy Interview: Exclusive

Posted on by Christopher Harris

EXCLUSIVE: EPL Talk sat down with Manchester City striker/winger Craig Bellamy recently to get his views on a variety of topics including what it was like to play under managers Mark Hughes and Gary Speed, as well as what it … Continue reading

Building A Dynasty: The New Liverpool FC

Posted on by Chris Martin

In 1959, following a successful start to the decade, Liverpool found itself a club in decline – lying mid-table in the Second Division. But then a man by the name of Bill Shankly walked through the door. Shankly immediately set … Continue reading

Which Players Should Leave Your Premier League Club This Summer?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s that time of the season for reflection, to look back on the 2010-11 Premier League season and to determine which players, if any, you would like to see leave your club in the summer. The saying goes that one … Continue reading

Nani’s Horrific Injury From Jamie Carragher’s Tackle [PHOTO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In Sunday’s massive match between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield, Jamie Carragher committed a high tackle against Nani in the 44th minute that resulted in the Portugese player going to ground and Carragher being awarded a yellow card. But … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Channel Sets New Record For Chelsea vs Liverpool Telecast

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fox Soccer Channel’s live broadcast of the clash between Chelsea and Liverpool on Sunday, February 6 broke the network’s record for their most-watched broadcast of all time. The telecast attracted 418,000 average viewers and 285,000 households, which are both network-records … Continue reading

EPL Weekend Viewing Guide, Gameweek 26

Posted on by David The Yank

I am back with a fresh post for Gameweek 26.  Please note that there were a couple of changes since my Monday posting, including Fox switching the delayed Spurs & Villa matches, and ESPN2 adding the Sunderland-Stoke Saturday morning match. … Continue reading

Is the Future of the Premier League Bright or Not?

Posted on by Matthew Semisch

Football needs to be careful. We all love the drama of a good transfer deadline day and that feeling when your club lands a great player is brilliant but the whole situation is becoming scary. As I sit and write … Continue reading

Mr. Hodgson Or: How We Learned To Stop Worrying And Blame The Manager

Posted on by Gaz Hunt

The manager has risen from club secretary to official face of the club since the creation of football teams worldwide. He has moved from the man that kept the record books to man that is larger than the football team … Continue reading

Premier League Live Blog: Arsenal v Man City and 6 Other EPL Matches

Posted on by Phillip Badger

Hi all EPL Talk readers, Join me at 2:30 PM ET for a live blog of the seven matches being played this afternoon, highlighted by the Arsenal v Manchester City match on ESPN2. Other matches include: Aston Villa v Sunderland … Continue reading

Premier League Links Of The Day: December 8, 2010

Posted on by Footie Phantom

Today’s video features Manchester United players in an ad for a popular vodka. Poor Rio barely gets a touch though. Thanks to Off The Post for the good find. Here’s the links: Ray Wilkins speaks [Vital Football] Everton secure young … Continue reading