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  1. MLS Wrap and Other Notes

    This weekend’s MLS action was tainted by the continued insistence of the league not to break or at the very least reduce its schedule for international matches. Landon Donovan, Brad Guzan, Mo Edu, Frankie Hejduk and Rico Clark should not … Continue reading

  2. Fulham Unveils New 08/09 Home Shirt

    Fulham has unveiled the design of their new home shirt for the 2008/2009 season. Manufactured by Nike, here’s a picture of the design:The simplistic design features a black v-neck. The back of the collar does feature a unique design feature, … Continue reading

  3. Eriksson sacked by Shinawatra

    In a move that has surprised no-one, Manchester City chairman Thaksin Shinawatra has sacked Sven Goran Eriksson. The only thing that has surprised everyone is how long this crazy situation has dragged on for. In my honest opinion, it is … Continue reading

  4. England cruise in the Caribbean

    England finished the season with a comfortable win against the home side last night. Two goals from Portsmouth’s Jermaine Defoe and a lovely volley from Gareth Barry made light work of sticky temperatures and a bouncy pitch. England’s line took … Continue reading

  5. International Friendly round up

    This weekend has seen most of the participants for the European Championships have their final friendly games before the tournament begins on Saturday and saw a mixed bag of results. France could only draw 0-0 against Paraguay in Paris, though they … Continue reading

  6. MLS Internationals

    A new page listing the current MLS players who have represented their national teams has been added. Click on the link on the above bar to access the page. Once again if any of my information regarding caps and goals … Continue reading

  7. Euro '08 Preview–Group D (Part 2)

    Spain: On paper, this team is stacked. There’s no other, more profound way to put it. Player for player, Spain is loaded and may have the most individual talent in this tournament. The key for coach Luis Aragonés is to … Continue reading

  8. My tips for Euro 2008 – The Group Stages

    So many passionate nations, world-class players, and thoughtful managers will grace this summer’s European Championships in Austria and Switzerland, but only one country will ultimately prevail and cover themselves in glory and success. Here I give my views on who … Continue reading

  9. Euro '08 Preview–Group D (Part 1)

    Apologies for the delay in getting this out, but here we go, it’s the final group preview for Euro 2008. Next week, I’ll make my predictions for the knockout rounds, with the quarterfinals on Monday, semifinals on Wednesday, and the … Continue reading

  10. Blow for the Netherlands

    Just after I pick the Dutch to win the Euros, here comes the news that winger Ryan Babel will miss the entire tournament after tearing ankle ligaments in training on Saturday. Coach Marco van Basten has yet to name a … Continue reading