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  1. Portsmouth On The Brink Again?

    What the hell is going on at Portsmouth? Despite Sulaiman Al Fayed passing the fit and proper persons test that the Premier League subjected him to, he’s still not completed the takeover at Fratton Park. The fans of Pompey deserve … Continue reading

  2. Kenny Cooper Sr: Speaking the Truth

    Kenny Cooper Sr., a player I watched when growing up in the NASL has always been blunt. Cooper spoke about his son’s recent transfer to Brent Latham, one of the top football correspondents that cover the American game. Here were … Continue reading

  3. Football Writing Today

    I am a football writer, but I am football reader too. I demand fresh information. I want it now. I want it in abundance. Coming up to a match, I scour the net for preview. Is player X still injured? Did player Y travel with the team? Did … Continue reading

  4. EPL Talk Podcast: Alexander Caufield

    Episode 125 features Alexander Caufield, a Merseyside native and lifetime Liverpool supporter joins us on the show to preview the Premier League Season. Alex writes for Seattle based website Prost Amerika. Hear Caufueld’s thoughts about Liverpool’s potential title challenge, Manchester … Continue reading

  5. EPL Talk Podcast: Alexander Caufield

    Alexander Caufield, a Merseyside native and lifetime Liverpool supporter joins us on the show to preview the Premier League Season. Alex writes for Seattle based website Prost Amerika.

  6. Should Wenger Bring Back Vieira?

    Murmers abound: Arsene Wenger may be planning a move for old Arsenal stalwart Patrick Vieira. This is either the perfect plan or a complete waste of time. I haven’t figured it out yet. The Vieira who once helped lead Arsenal through the glory days of … Continue reading

  7. Weekend Talking Points

    -         Kenny Cooper to 1860 Munich: A club with a history of signing Americans, but a club nonetheless in financial peril, currently. But at least he is out of Dallas! -          Our friend, Jamie Trecker has a provocative piece on … Continue reading