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Premiership Countdown: 39 Days to Go

Looking at the Premiership schedule on Fox Soccer Channel for the upcoming 2006/2007 season, you can expect to watch 7.5 hours of continuous Premiership coverage on Saturdays in one block. Here’s the rundown: 9:30-10am ET: EPL Preview Show 10am-Noon ET: Live Premiership match Noon-2:30pm ET: Live Premiership match 2:30-3:00pm ET: […]

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The Demand for Premiership Tickets

Last season, because I have relatives in Liverpool, I purchased one of Liverpool’s membership cards. Without it, you’re unable to buy tickets online or at Anfield stadium (or so they tell you). As it turned out, I didn’t make the trip across the pond but I still retain the card, […]

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Measuring The Quality Of The EPL

If you took the 20 clubs in the English Premiership and had to sort them into three different categories (“Masterful,” “Mediocre” and “Anti-Soccer”), which teams would go into what buckets? Interesting question, right? My point is that wealthy clubs such as Chelsea, Man United and Liverpool have created such a […]

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All You Need To Know About The Premiership

If you want to discover more about the English Premier League, there’s a new search engine that hasn’t been launched yet, and you have an exclusive sneak peek. Go right now to the English Premier League page at http://www.squidoo.com/premiership Squidoo is the name of the new search engine, although it’s more […]

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2006 Predictions, Part Two

Current Premiership champions Chelsea will undoubtedly win the English Premier League again this year. But that’s not my prediction. Instead, my prediction is that Chelsea will drop points in their race to the top of the EPL. Here’s how: February 5, home, versus Liverpool. The African’s Nations Cup will hurt […]

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Premier League Soccer More Exciting Than Pigskin

  It’s official. According to scientists in America, soccer is the world’s most exciting sport. Finally, we have evidence we can share with the “soccer sucks” crowd. But wait. The report notes that in the past 10 years, baseball is considered more entertaining than English Premier League soccer. One reason […]

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2006 Predictions, Part One

After a disappointing 2006 World Cup where England get knocked out of the 2nd round (losing to hosts Germany), the race heats up for who will replace Sven-Goran Eriksson. The Special One, Jose Mourinho, is the favorite according to the tabloids and fans. But after talks with his Russian chairman, […]

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