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US Squad Announced For Mexico World Cup Qualifier

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Here’s the squad announced by Bob Bradley for Wednesday night’s qualifier against Mexico by position (numbers in parenthesis are all time world cup qualifying caps and goals scored). GOALKEEPERS (2): Brad Guzan (Aston Villa: 4/3 SO), Tim Howard (Everton FC: … Continue reading

La Liga Week 22 Scores And Standings

Posted on by Juan Arango

Week 22 saw Barca and Real Madrid slip away even more from the other 18 teams with contrasting styles of play.  Barcelona played with total style and Madrid played a bit more aggressively and had the game mucked up in … Continue reading

Countdown to Columbus: Frankie’s Back!

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Steve Cherundolo being ruled out of the US-Mexico clash provides an opportunity for Marvell Wynne to finally work his way into the full national team setup. But not so fast, my friends, to quote a somewhat well known College Football … Continue reading

MAF Show 2

Posted on by Juan Arango

In a George-less edition of the show, we have none other than Major League Soccer Talk guru Kartik Krishnaiyer joining us talking about the upcoming US-Mexico matchup as well as all things CONCACAF. MAF Show 2

Copa del Rey Semis- Away Leg

Posted on by Juan Arango

Wednesday Sevilla 2 Athletic 1 SEV: Duscher (61′), Acosta (90′+2′) ATB: Llorente (42′) ——————————– Barcelona 2 Mallorca 0 BAR: Henry (34′), Márquez (73′)

Gerrard To Miss Champions Clash Against Madrid

Posted on by Juan Arango

This is the reason why predictions should not be made as soon as the knockout stage ties are revealed. In a communicae sent out by Liverpool, they confirmed that their captain will bout for at least three weeks, thus keeping … Continue reading

New Barcelona Away Jersey “Leaked”

Posted on by Juan Arango

Orange is a color that is symbolic of many things.  It is one of those stimulating colors that make the people wearing even more empowered.  It invigorates the eyes and stimulates that senses.  We also know what the symbolism is … Continue reading

Ciao David Beckham

Posted on by Brian Zygo

In addition to covering the Houston Dynamo, I cover Serie A in particular and Calcio in general. Therefore, I have been paying close attention to the David Beckham situation. Much to the chagrin of my colleagues in Los Angeles, ever … Continue reading

The Battle For La Liga TV Rights In The United States

Posted on by Christopher Harris

While so much of the media hype and speculation has been focused on who will win the TV rights to the Premier League in both the United Kingdom and United States, we shouldn’t forget that the TV rights for La … Continue reading

Lessons of the London Snow: MLS Has it Right

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

With the proliferation of domestic interest in the Barclays Premier League, calls have intensified for Major League Soccer to move its schedule to what is misrepresented as the international calendar. While I have repeatedly stated that I have difficulty accepting … Continue reading

Raúl Eyes Retirement

Posted on by Juan Arango

After equalling Real Madrid legend Alfredo DiStefano this past weekend, Raúl is starting to focus on the eventual end of his career.  According to an interview with Spanish sports daily As, he said he believed he has “two or three … Continue reading

A View of the Terraces – Respectable Attendance Figures in the MLS

Posted on by Brian Zygo

One of the factors used in gauging the popularity of a sporting league and/or a sports team is attendance.  While I have heard some, not all, MLS fans complain about poor attendance for MLS matches, I have never really taken … Continue reading

Champions League Talk Is Now Hiring

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Microsoft, Home Depot, Harley Davidson and even Halliburton have all announced they’re having layoffs, but here at Champions League Talk we’re one of the few places that are actually hiring. If you’re interested in writing for Champions League Talk or … Continue reading

Championship Talk Is Now Hiring

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Microsoft, Home Depot, Harley Davidson and even Halliburton have all announced they’re having layoffs, but here at Championship Talk we’re one of the few places that are actually hiring. If you’re interested in writing for Championship Talk or any of … Continue reading

MLS Talk Is Now Hiring

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Microsoft, Home Depot, Harley Davidson and even Halliburton have all announced they’re having layoffs, but here at Major League Soccer Talk we’re one of the few places that are actually hiring. If you’re interested in writing for Major League Soccer … Continue reading

La Liga Talk Is Now Hiring

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Microsoft, Home Depot, Harley Davidson and even Halliburton have all announced they’re having layoffs, but here at La Liga Talk we’re one of the few places that are actually hiring. If you’re interested in writing for La Liga Talk or … Continue reading

Thank You, Chegüí

Posted on by Juan Arango

As many of you know, there are occasional instances in which I stray from the topic of the passion of billions and have to talk about something that is going on in the world or my life.

We Are On Twitter Now!

Posted on by Juan Arango

For those of you who want to stay in tune with the latest on La Liga or you want to express more about the league, well there is one more option to do so. Check us out at  Twitter. Also … Continue reading