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  1. Interview With Guillem Balague

    La Liga Talk writer Jose Maria Malo de Molina Galan had the chance to interview Guillem Balague recently. Balague, for those of you who don’t know, is an accomplished writer, author and broadcaster who is an expert on Spanish football … Continue reading

  2. More Call Ups

    Thorrington’s goal last October buried David Beckham’s MLS Cup hopes/AP Photo.   The details of the squad the US will travel with to Barbados this weekend for the second leg of their World Cup qualifying tie has been pretty fairly … Continue reading

  3. Nolberto Solano Loses His Mind

    Footballers can do stupid things sometimes. Former West Ham, Newcastle and Aston Villa midfielder Nolberto Solano — who is currently without a club after being released by the Hammers — was pictured this week on the cover of the most-read … Continue reading

  4. The Cure For Obsessed Soccer Fans

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    If your obsession about football isn’t limited to just the Premier League and Euro 2008, be sure to visit the other sites in our network. At Champions League Talk, Lonnie Smetana has been writing about the top stories among continental … Continue reading

  5. FC Porto Reinstated To Champions League

    After a number of twists and turns, the FC Porto saga came to a close. At least for this season ! UEFA, European football’s governing body, issued the following statement: “As communicated on Friday 13 June, the disciplinary case regarding … Continue reading

  6. Raymond Domenech Should Be Fired

    The French participated in Euro 2008, but only in name. Their performance was a still, lifeless damp squib. The blame lies with one man, Raymond Domenech.France missed their renowned number 10, but, more pressing was the lack of any number … Continue reading

  7. Euro 2008 Poll: Who's Going To Win?

    Now that the final eight have made it through to the quarter-finals of Euro 2008, let us know who you think will win it. Who’s going to win Euro 2008? ( surveys)

  8. 'Squeaky bum time' for Russia and Sweden

    To take a phrase from Sir Alex Ferguson’s dictionary it really is ‘squeaky bum time’ for the two sides left fighting it out for the final quarter final spot. Having witnessed three days of tense, nervy encounters we can expect … Continue reading