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  1. Football For Breakfast

    Sunday morning, 26th of July: On five hours of sleep, I pull myself from my bedroom, cross the hall to the living room and land on the couch. It’s a journey of maybe 20 feet, but it feels like Stage 20 of … Continue reading

  2. Interview with John Terry And Carlo Ancelotti

    Episode 124 of the EPL Talk Podcast features interviews with Chelsea’s John Terry and Carlo Ancelotti after Chelsea’s 2-0 victory against Club America in the final of the World Football Challenge in Arlington, Texas. Both Terry and Ancelotti discuss their … Continue reading

  3. The Milan Derby In New England: Part 1

    A fledgling sportswriter’s first attempt at covering a big match. I arrived at Gillette Stadium yesterday unsure what to expect. I mean, I knew AC Milan were about to face Inter Milan some four thousand miles from their usual sparring ground.  I knew … Continue reading

  4. Lessons Learned from the American Summer

    Thirteen competitive games in fifty three days: That’s what the USMNT faced in June and July. We had no friendlies this summer or practice games but deadly serious qualifiers and tournaments. Here is what we’ve learned: Charlie Davies is the … Continue reading

  5. Exits Will Hurt United Says Anelka

    The departures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez will seriously dent Manchester United’s title challenge, according to Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka. Ronaldo joined Real Madrid for a world record £80million, whilst Tevez left for rivals Manchester City after his loan … Continue reading

  6. Ibrahimovic and Maxwell to Barcelona

    After a season bordering on perfection, a refreshing thirst for change is in the air around the Camp Nou. It is good to see that Txiki Begiristain and the clubs board have learned from the mistakes made in the latter … Continue reading

  7. Beckham chases redemption, championship

    This week President Obama invited both parties involved in the Cambridge Police department incident to the White House for beers.  He is trying to turn an unfortunate event into a learning experience.  It may take some cooling off time to pull this off … Continue reading

  8. A Look at Mexico

    Javier Aguirre knows the task at hand. A restless nation and overbearing press make life as El Tri manager almost impossible to cope with. For Aguirre in his second stint on the job after a long and successful run managing … Continue reading

  9. SUMmer of Soccer Rolls On

    SUMmer of Soccer Continues First let me apologize for the tardiness of this post. I Amtraked across America to visit family, go to a wedding, and I’m going to cram in a trip to Giants’ Stadium for the Gold Cup … Continue reading