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Wolves Keep The Title Challenge On, Charlton Slip Closer to Relegation

Posted on by Shakira Graham

Table topping Wolves keep up thier assult on the Coca-Cola Championship with a draw at Bristol City. Wolves went up 2-0 thanks to goals by Collins and Jarvis but after the break Bristol City pulled even with Adebola and former … Continue reading

Poll: Will Juande Survive?

Posted on by Juan Arango

Do you think Juande Ramos will be back next season at Real Madrid ( surveys)

Consequences Of An Espanyol Drop

Posted on by Juan Arango

Unless you are under a rock, you know that Espanyol are struggling to remain in Spanish football’s top flight. I have a chat with my boy Mando from Forza Futbol (and a masochistic Espanyol fan) about the consequences of a possible drop. Continue reading

Coming Soon…

Posted on by Juan Arango

The boys at La Liga Talk are working diligently to start their own weekly podcast.  So join us weekly to talk about the latest goings-on in the “League of the Stars” as well as any other stuff that we can … Continue reading

Poll: Who Will Catch Barca

Posted on by Juan Arango

Which team has the best shot of catching Barcelona? ( polls)

Copa Del Rey Scores- Away Leg

Posted on by Juan Arango

Round of 16 Tuesday (First team will host return leg) Barcelona 3-1 Atlético ATM: Ujfalusi (69′) BAR: Messi (11′, 58′-pk, 81′) Wednesday Sevilla 2-1 Deportivo SEV: Luis Fabiano (30′), Kanouté (39′) DEP: Bravo (81′) Real Unión 0-1 Betis BET:  Damiá … Continue reading

FCB Miami: Future Home

Posted on by Christopher Harris

After Kartik Krishnaiyer and I recently spent the day at GolTV studios, we decided to make a stop at the future home of FCB Miami on the campus of Florida International University in west Miami. We wanted to see for … Continue reading

What Did You Think?

Posted on by Juan Arango

…I was going to post on Christmas? Man, you gotta be kidding me.   I think you might have had one too many eggnogs.  Go have another one. Merry Christmas!!!!

Busquets Makes Catalunya Debut

Posted on by Juan Arango

Sergi Busquets will make his debut for Catalunya on December 28th when they face Colombia.  Busquets become one of the latest of the many successful stories that have come out of the blaugrana youth teams. He became one of the … Continue reading

Site News and MLS Notes

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer

Beginning in January, Major League Soccer Talk will be undergoing a major overhaul. Bi-weekly podcasts will accompany nearly daily commentary and analysis about the latest happenings in MLS and the wide world of American soccer.  We aim to be your … Continue reading

Spain Jump On World Cup Bid

Posted on by Juan Arango

Sky Sports reported that the president of the Spanish football federation, Angel Maria Villar confirmed that the country is ready to go take the next step and host the World Cup yet once again.

Nice Year For Mario

Posted on by Juan Arango

The season might not have been all that impressive for Mario Martínez and his Numancia teammates, but all of that negative was sandwiched by two impressive moments in his professional and personal life.

Valencia and Depor Get Favorable Draws

Posted on by Juan Arango

      The surviving Spanish sides got two accessible opponents in the knockout stage of the UEFA Cup. Valencia will face off against Ukrainian giants Dynamo Kiev while Deportivo will do the same against Danish side Aalborg. Valencia could end up … Continue reading

Our Champion League KO Predictions

Posted on by Juan Arango

You think you are better than us, well you probably are.  Hey I have no clue, so I will leave it to you all. I want to see which one of you can guess correctly the CL KO matchups. Send … Continue reading

Why Hispanic Media Ignores College Soccer

Posted on by Juan Arango

Maybe this is not the type of topic that quite fits in a place like LLT, but I believe that it does generate opinions in one way or another.  I heard through a few colleagues at my other writing gig … Continue reading

Furious End Of Year For Spain

Posted on by Juan Arango

The Spanish national team ended 2008 being the best national team in the world for a fifth consecutive month.  The top two did not change, but La Furia’s advantage over second place Germany widened by 38 points. Reigning world champs … Continue reading

Pompey Accept Madrid Bid For Diarra

Posted on by Juan Arango

One of the major needs of the Madrid midfield is a person to come in and protect the the Merengue backline.   That type of player has been missing from the Spanish giants ever since Claude Makelele.  One of Madrid’s prodigal … Continue reading

Casillas Stops Eto’o- For Malaria

Posted on by Juan Arango

On Saturday, one of the biggest rivalries in the world was played.  One of the subplots of this drama came in with 20 minutes left and Iker Casillas denied Samuel Eto’o from scoring on a penalty kick.  A few minutes … Continue reading