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  1. Should the Deuce be Cut Loose?

    The lone American goal scorer from World Cup 2006 now has consistently played so poorly for the national team if the opponent is not Barbados, that his presence seems to actually help stagnate the side. Dempsey’s last good performance for … Continue reading

  2. Should the Deuce be Cut Loose?

    The lone American goal scorer from World Cup 2006 now has consistently played so poorly for the national team if the opponent is not Barbados, that his presence seems to actually help stagnate the side. Dempsey’s last good performance for … Continue reading

  3. Bundesliga Statistics: Week Two

    Welcome back to Bundesliga Statistics for week two. Standing alone at the head of the table? Newly promoted TSG 1899 Hoffenheim with two wins from their first two games. Astounding stuff, but we’re here to talk numbers not newcomers. Last … Continue reading

  4. Championship Scores From The Weekend

    Week Three is done and dusted and here are your scorers, those red-carded and updated table (on the right side of the page) for the Championship. Charlton 4( Holland 26′, Gray (pen) 42′, Varney 69′, Bouazza 72′) Reading 2 ( … Continue reading

  5. Premiership All-Star Team — Round Two

    Manchester United’s 1-0 victory at Portsmouth earlier this afternoon concluded the second round of fixtures in the Premiership. It would be foolish to read too much into the standings at this point in this season, but it’s still interesting to … Continue reading

  6. Italian Super Cup – Mourinho Wins Again

    It took more than 90 minutes but the outcome was similar to their last win back in 2006, as Internazionale are winners of the first Cup of the season, walking away with Super Cup silverware yesterday evening. New signing Sulley Muntari scored … Continue reading

  7. Premier League Wants To Be The NFL

    You may have missed an article by Oliver Kay in The Times this past weekend that featured a very revealing interview with Manchester City executive chairman Garry Cook regarding the future of the Premier League. The headline perfectly sums up … Continue reading

  8. Sheva's Milan Move: A Score to Settle?

    The last two plus years I’ve viewed with some amusement the dismissive nature with which the British media has viewed Andriy Shevchenko’s football career thanks to his failures with Chelsea. Many in the British media have judged Sheva as a … Continue reading