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Legends of MLS Series

As I mentioned on Monday with the release of our latest podcast, we are making some exciting changes at MLS Talk. One of these changes will be our new “Legends of MLS” series on both our podcast and website. Often times, MLS History is unknown or hardly written for the […]

Website Announcement

Beginning today with my visit to the US National Team training camp here in Miami until the end of the Confederations Cup my focus of this website will be almost entirely on the US National Team. With a minimum of five matches over the next three and a half weeks, […]

Busy Day at MLS Talk

We’ll have more analysis of the US current World Cup Qualifying campaign and a look at the daunting stretch facing the US this summer later today. The CONCACAF  Gold Cup Draw is today. I will be on a conference call with FSC later today to officially unveil the Champions League […]

Revised Post

After some very enlightening commentary from readers and some soul searching I have revised my post of last week on conservatives and sports writers to just focus on the sports writers part. It was irresponsible of me to incite such passions especially since I consider myself a southerner who dislikes […]

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What is Swansea City’s best formation?

After the departure of top scorer Wilfried Bony to current champions Manchester City, the Swans have struggled to score goals. In fact, in their last 12 matches, Swansea City have not scored more than one goal during a match, scoring only three times in their last five matches. So who […]

Was This The Best Premier League Weekend Ever?

If I had to pick one Premier League match of the weekend from the past few days, the winner would easily be West Ham United against Tottenham Hotspur. The match seemed like it took me on a timewarp to the 70s or 80s when teams would often take long range […]

John Terry Found Not Guilty of Racist Abuse; Plus Adebayor Signs With Spurs, and Liverpool Agrees Fee For Borini

John Terry has been found not guilty of racist abuse, by chief magistrate Howard Riddle at the Westminster Magistrates Court in London. Riddle said that the issue was not whether Terry is a racist in the “broadest sense of word” since lots of character witnesses said he was not. The […]

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