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  1. MLS Podcast #105: US-Mexico Preview

    The huge World Cup qualifying clash between the US and Mexico is the focus of this show. We hear from Brian Ching, Stuart Holden and Oguchi Onyewu about the match. We also preview the match with Reuters Simon Evans, and … Continue reading

  2. What will we see from Mexico?

    Mexico’s form in World Cup qualifying has been less than stellar. After qualifying for the Hexagonal based solely on goal difference, El Tri now finds itself in fourth place in the final qualifying group. On its third manager in 17 … Continue reading

  3. EPL Talk: Simon Evans

    Simon Evans, sports correspondent for Reuters International joins us to discuss Serie A’s place in the current European football landscape, Burnley FC’s promotion and other issues related to the Premier League. Following Simon, we speak with our newest correspondent Laurence … Continue reading

  4. Jose Francisco Torres Speaks

    From today’s training session here in scorching hot South Florida: “My career is in Mexico, my team is in Mexico, I have been there since I was 16 years old and now I am on the other side with the … Continue reading

  5. Quick Training Camp Notes

    A larger number of press than usual at USMNT camp today in Miami which tells us about the attention this “summer of soccer” has created. Several of the media members present are attending training here in Miami tomorrow morning and … Continue reading

  6. Join the EPL Talk Predictor Game

    EPL Talk’s prediction competition for the 2009/2010 season is now open. Named EPL Talk Predictor, the game allows you to predict the results of Premier League matches and compete against fellow readers. EPL Talk Predictor is free to register and … Continue reading

  7. Observations from Community Shield

    In the baking heat of London, Chelsea won the 2009 Community Shield on penalty kicks after a 2-2 regulation tie against Manchester United at Wembley Stadium. Here are some of my observations from the match. Feel free to add yours … Continue reading