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Premier League Midseason Analysis: London vs. Manchester

It isn’t exactly halfway through the season, but all of the clubs are 18 games into their 2011-12 campaign except for Everton and Tottenham (both are 17 games in) who have to make up their first round fixture due to the London Riots. One of the things I like to […]

Falling In And Out Of Love With Clint Dempsey

Perhaps Clint Dempsey, the man known as “Deuce,” is the greatest American soccer player of all time. The Texan had an enormous impact on me as a child growing up in the Boston area. Dempsey’s scrappy goals and occasional appearances on the national team won over my heart. My parents […]

Giving Respect to the History of All 20 Premier League Clubs

The focus for a long time was on the “big four” of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. Tottenham and Manchester City made enough inroads to turn that into the “Sky Six” temporarily. To be honest, most of the noise generated by the media, which drives the fans is about […]

Fulham Third Shirt for 2011-12 Season: Photo

Fulham wore their third shirt for the 2011-12 Premier League season for the first time today against Newcastle United. Designed and manufactured by Kappa, the third shirt is gold colored with a traditional collar. What do you think of the shirt design? Commentator Garry Birtles thought it was horrid. But what […]

Which Players Should Leave Your Premier League Club This Summer?

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 man’s trash is another man’s treasure. And that’s definitely true […]

Premier League Links Of The Day: December 8, 2010

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 midfielder [Guardian] Pardew leads manager race [Soccer News] Mike Ashley’s […]

Premier League Links Of The Day: December 6, 2010

‘Premier League Links Of The Day’ is kicking off Monday in style with another great video. Take a look at the excellent skill moves from the past week. Here’s the links: Friedel on the decline [Back Page Football] Grapevine rumors [Soccer 365] Ugg-oh [Kickette] Malouda faces possible ban [Mail Online] […]

Premiership: Weakened Or Strongest Ever?

The Premiership, probably at the moment, is the most open league for anyone to win since its introduction in 1992. The emergence of teams like Bolton and Sunderland is making them competitors worthy of testing the best in the league. The league in my mind has stretched across a different […]

Premier League Links Of The Day: December 3, 2010

Today’s video features the reaction to the World Cup going to Russia in 2018. A sad day for both England and the United States who thought their chances of hosting were real. Here’s the links: EPL preview and predictions [SB Nation] Sir Alex’s five goalkeeper options [Back Page Football] Baggie […]

Premier League Links Of The Day: December 2, 2010

Today’s video features Birmingham City’s win over Aston Villa being marred by violence. Here’s the links: Carling Cup violence [Mail] Keane against the snood [Dirty Tackle] Balotelli scores twice [Mail] A man against the EPL [Four Four Two] The own goal club [FIFA] Week 16 fantasy tips [FPLT] Rio with […]

Premier League Links Of The Day: November 29, 2010

Our second installment of ‘Premier League Links Of The Day’ is here! Today’s video features Dimitar Berbatov and his thoughts on his recent five goal performance. Here’s the links: EPL’s 10 dirties players [Bleacher Report] Adrian Durham’s team of the week [Talk Sport] Carroll has the X-factor [Mirror Football] Clint […]

Fantasy League Tips: Gameweek 14

It’s the North London derby this weekend. Arsenal, who are fast becoming serious title contenders play Host to Tottenham. The Gunners sit second, 2 points behind Chelsea. Tottenham find themselves seventh after a much needed win against Blackburn last weekend. Three points for either side would see them make significant […]

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Jamie Trecker: This Is Your Life

Later this week I plan on interviewing soccer journalist Jamie Trecker for an upcoming episode of the EPL Talk Podcast. Many of you may have experienced his writing on FoxSoccer.com and his blog at http://www.jamietrecker.com But many of you, myself included, don’t know much about Jamie in terms of where […]

Legends Of English Football: #11 Johnny Haynes

I think it’s apt to finish this series with perhaps the player who is often held up as the reason that allowed footballers to earn the wages that they do in this day and age. Yet, to simply think of Johnny Haynes’ only contribution to football was being the first […]

How Milan Can Become Great Again

It’s been a perculiar, unpredictable season for Milan as the side have endured great levels of torment from humiliating defeats to the likes of Inter and Manchester United, and they have found themselves looking desperately blunt on other occasions, often with dramatic late goals saving them from further embarrassment. Huntelaar’s […]

The Greatest… In Spain At Least

People are raving about His Ruudness, Becks and the band of characters that are on the edge of bringing a European giant back to glory. But lost in the mix is the one man that has been a constant beacon throughout these times of darkness. I constantly hear about Cristiano […]

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Fan zones maintained for Euro 2016 despite security fears

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (above) confirmed Tuesday that fan zones will be maintained but with increased security during Euro 2016 despite recent terrorist attacks which left 130 dead in France. The attacks included three large explosions caused by suicide bombers outside the Stade de France — where the Euro […]

Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial passed fit for Manchester United’s visit from PSV Eindhoven

Manchester United strikers Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial have been passed fit for Wednesday’s Champions League home game with PSV Eindhoven, manager Louis van Gaal revealed on Tuesday. The two players missed United’s 2-1 win at Watford in the Premier League on Saturday, captain Rooney due to illness and Martial […]

Traveling through Bali in search of soccer

Editor’s note: World Soccer Talk writer Oliver Huddlestone is currently traveling throughout Asia and is sharing travelogues with us from the countries he visits. So far, he’s shared his observations regarding trying to watch or play soccer from Hong Kong and Malaysia. Today’s post is on Bali. Bali quickly found its […]