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  1. Back In The Big Time

      One of the great fixtures in European football returns tonight when Real Madrid travel to Turin to take on Juventus. After a home victory against Zenit St Petersburg and a surprise 2-2 draw in Belarus against BATE in their … Continue reading

  2. Highest Average Attendances In The Premier League

    Which clubs have the highest average attendances in the Premier League? Here are the results for the 2008/2009 season thus far up until October 21, 2008: Manchester United, 75,482 Arsenal, 60,059 Newcastle United, 47,199 Liverpool, 43,789 Manchester City, 42,871 Chelsea, … Continue reading

  3. Fixtures for 21 October

    Wolves are back in first place, Nottingham Forest are rooted to the foot of the table, Derby County’s resurgence continued this weekend, what will the mid-week fixtures bring us? Barnsley (L-W-L-D-D) v Sheffield Wednesday (W-L-W-W-D) – Oakwell Stadium 2:45 pm est … Continue reading

  4. Former Aleti Coach To Lead Argentina?

    According to reports coming out of Buenos Aires, pigs are about to fly. Argentine Football Association president Julio Grondona is ready to negotiate with former Atlético Madrid boss Carlos Bianchi. According to reports, Bianchi is ready to come back to … Continue reading

  5. FIFA 09 Interview With Aaron McHardy

    The interview about FIFA 09 with Aaron McHardy from EA Sports is now available on the EPL Talk Podcast. Interviewed by Johnathan Starling, McHardy discusses the latest features of FIFA 09 as well as answering questions from you, the readers, … Continue reading

  6. EPL Talk: Aaron McHardy (FIFA 09)

    Episode 107 features an interview with EA Sports’ Aaron McHardy about FIFA 09, the hit video game. Host Johnathan Starling interviews McHardy about his career playing for Jamaica, what’s new in FIFA 09 as well as answering questions from you, … Continue reading

  7. Championship Scores for 18-19 October

    Bristol City 1 (McCombe 71′) Norwich 0 Burnley 1 (McCann 25′) Birmingham 1 (Jerome 77′)Watford 3 Cardiff City 2 (McCormack 18′, 52′) Charlton 0 Derby County 2 ( Hulse 45′, Green 52′) Plymouth 1 (Gallagher 8′) Doncaster 0 Blackpool 0 … Continue reading