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  1. Premiership Preview–7. Portsmouth

    Just like Manchester City and Everton, Portsmouth is coming off their best season in England’s top division in years, and I’m not sure there’d be much argument from the South Coast side’s supporters by saying it was the best season … Continue reading

  2. Premiership Preview–8. Manchester City

    Manchester City’s 2007-2008 campaign was their best since rejoining the Premiership after a few years of purgatory in England’s lower levels. Manager Sven-Göran Eriksson compiled a very respectable 19-11-15 record in his first year on the job, guiding the club … Continue reading

  3. USA 1 : Japan 0

    Adu showed some immaturity and selfishness today/from FIFA.com Well the US gets three valuable points today. A few observations: For the third major tournament in a row (2006 World Cup, 2007 U-20 World Cup, 2008 Olympics) the US has come … Continue reading

  4. Soccer On Dish News

    Greetings from the sister site! Over at Soccer on Dish, we’re back from a summer holiday, and we’re ready and raring to wake up at 5:45 to watch the Community Shield. But there are a few items you might want … Continue reading

  5. Premiership Preview–9. Everton

    As much as Everton fans may not want to admit it, their club will always operate under arch-nemesis and cross-town rival Liverpool. There’s no way around it; Liverpool is statistically the most successful team in English history, having won more … Continue reading

  6. Who Will Push The Big Four This Year?

    The elite group that is the big four – Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United, have dominated the top four places in the Premiership for the past six year with the exception of Everton three seasons ago. But can this … Continue reading