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World Soccer Talk App Now Available On Android Devices

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The World Soccer Talk app is now available for Android devices. Filled with soccer news, podcasts, videos and more, the World Soccer Talk app for Android phones and tablets is free and can be downloaded here from the Google Play store. … Continue reading

World Soccer Talk Announces Launch Of a Brand-New Soccer Book For EPL Fans

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World Soccer Talk is proud to announce its publication of a brand-new book that’s written specifically for fans of the world’s most popular sports league, the English Premier League. Written by World Soccer Talk Senior Writer Kartik Krishnaiyer, Blue With … Continue reading

World Soccer Talk Is Seeking a Managing Editor Intern

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Do you know someone who might want to intern with World Soccer Talk as a managing editor? We’re currently seeking a hardcore soccer fan who has a core set of writing and proofing skills, and is interested in gaining valuable … Continue reading

Registration Closes On Monday For the World Soccer Talk European Experience

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Registration for the soccer trip of a lifetime ends this Monday, February 24. Tickets for Chelsea-Arsenal are already sold out, and only a few remain for Manchester United-Manchester City. Meanwhile, tickets are going fast for el Clasico featuring Real Madrid … Continue reading

WATCH World Soccer Radio, Live at 9pm ET; Tonight’s Topics: Champions League Review & Europa League Preview

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TONIGHT on World Soccer Radio 9PM ET/6PM PT – Nick and Danny talk Champions League soccer with FOX Sports’ very own David Mosse (@statmanmosse). We’ll look at all of this week’s results and even take a peek at tomorrow’s Europa … Continue reading

RIP Google Reader: How to Continue Subscribing to World Soccer Talk

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Google Reader will shut down on Monday and will no longer be available ever again. For many of you, myself included, Google’s RSS reader has been practically a life saver (well, at least a huge time saver). But now that … Continue reading