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  1. NSCAA Photo Slideshow

    View EPL Talk’s photo slideshow from the NSCAA event featuring a picture of a relaxed Steve McClaren, Gerard Houlier, the new stars of GolTV and much more. Enjoy.

  2. US-Sweden Preview

    For the second time in six months the United States will face Sweden in a friendly. But this time, the game will be played at the friendly confines of the Home Depot Center and without any of Sweden’s stars that … Continue reading

  3. NSCAA Coverage: Live from Baltimore

    My first day in Baltimore attending the NSCAA event (National Soccer Coaches Association of America) has been a success. I interviewed Gerard Houllier and asked him whether he was in the running for the Republic of Ireland manager’s position, met … Continue reading

  4. Quick Hits: News From Baltimore

    What I’m hearing around the NCSAA Convention: The US will play a friendly in Spain right before the European Championships. Spain needs all the work they can get after a rough qualifying group. J.P. Dellacamara will be paired with John … Continue reading

  5. Sevilla, Madrid Losers in Copa

    The defending champ and reigning league champs saw a premature exit as they fell to Barcelona and Mallorca respectively. These were two of the most prominent results in one of the more exciting finished in recent Copa history. Real Madrid’s … Continue reading

  6. FA Cup: More Third Round replay shocks

    Blue Square Conference South club Havant and Waterlooville beat League One leaders Swansea 4-2 to book a dream trip to Anfield in the fourth round of the FA Cup on January 26. Richard Paquette, Jamie Collins and Rocky Baptiste gave … Continue reading

  7. Premier League Odds and Sods 16 Jan 2008

    Manchester United dismantled Newcastle 6-0.  It really should have been 10 or 11 goals for United.  There were numerous squandered chances from Rooney and others, combined with a valiant effort by Newcastle in the first half to merely keep the … Continue reading

  8. More Thoughts on Kevin Keegan's Hiring

    The hiring of Kevin Keegan today to become Newcastle’s manager (again) demonstrates why the Tyneside club have become one of the laughingstocks of the Premier League: Instead of looking to the future, they’ve fallen back into the deadly trap that … Continue reading