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  1. Holland Preview

    Ryan Babel has World Cup and Champions League experience/photo from the BBC The Netherlands entered the Olympic Men’s Football Tournament as the favorite in Group B. However, following a scoreless draw against Nigeria, the other highly touted side in this … Continue reading

  2. Premiership Preview–5. Aston Villa

    Aston Villa surprised many neutrals last season, and probably even some of their own supporters, with their 6th-place finish. In 2006-2007, the Villans checked in at a respectable 11th, a nice improvement from 16th the season before. Villa’s emergence, led … Continue reading

  3. Premiership Preview–6. Tottenham

    The 2007-2008 season was a roller coaster for Tottenham Hotspur. Martin Jol was removed from the manager’s post in late October, but only found out through a text message sent to his nephew, who then forwarded the news to the … Continue reading

  4. A New Day for American Coaches?

    Bradley and Nowak before last year’s Gold Cup Peter Nowak’s decision to adjust his tactics (ironically enough in line with what most American Soccer Spot readers suggested the other day) shows a tactical savvy and willingness to take chances that … Continue reading

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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