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  1. Do or Die Time for West Ham

    The race for the UEFA Cup is in full swing, with essentially six or seven teams fighting for two spots. Tottenham’s triumph in the Carling Cup Final guaranteed them a place in Europe next season, something they wouldn’t have achieved … Continue reading

  2. Messi On The Shelf Again

    Argentine international Lionel Messi will miss yet another six weeks of action after reinjuring his hamstring midweek during the Catalans win against Celtic in the return leg of the Champions League knockout stages. The injury occured in the 33rd minute … Continue reading

  3. Full Credit to Arsenal

    The title of this post says it all. I’ve criticized Arsenal and manager Arsene Wenger a lot recently, although there was every reason for me to do so. Today, there’s nothing for me to do but salute the Gunners’ performance in … Continue reading

  4. Robinho For Player Of The Year

    Whether it’s the English Premier League and the Argentine marketing machine would like people to believe that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are locks for the FIFA World Player of the Year, I would like to be the first one … Continue reading

  5. Barça Exposed?

    Very much like the swordsman in Raiders of the Lost Arc who wielded his sword all over and threatened to attack, all it took was one shot from Indiana Jones to end that threat. This was a long time coming … Continue reading

  6. Greg Lalas: Making Our Point

    As readers of our site know, I don’t like to link to articles of other writers. This site is successful because of our original content. However, Greg Lalas who is of course Alexi Lalas’ east coast based brother has made … Continue reading

  7. Highlights of dog days in Serie A

    At the San Siro, Lazio drew AC Milan, Fiorentina overcomes Juventus, Napoli triumphant against Internationale, leaving only Roma as a top four club to chase visitors Parma from the pitch. Rolando Bianchi (pictured) celebrates his first goal for Lazio and … Continue reading

  8. Keegan Gets Dreaded Vote of Confidence

    Uh-oh. Newcastle chief executive Chris Mort came out and publicly backed his manager, Kevin Keegan, today, saying that Keegan is the man to turn the club around and that there is no “doubt or worry” about Newcastle’s recent form. Now … Continue reading

  9. Matchday 26 Schedule

    Matchday 26 Saturday March 1 AS Roma vs. Parma AC Milan vs. Lazio Sunday March 2 Cagliari vs. Genoa Empoli vs. Siena Juventus vs. Fiorentina Livorno vs. Catania Reggina vs. Palermo Sampdoria vs. Torino Udinese vs. Atalanta Napoli vs. Inter … Continue reading

  10. Pleasant Distractions

    Since this site focuses exclusively on the Premier League, it’s pretty rare that we discuss other leagues unless it’s in comparison to the Premiership. However, I want to take this opportunity to plug three things you should definitely read and … Continue reading

  11. Upset Alert

    Alright, maybe this wouldn’t be as big of a surprise as some people would think, but I like Aston Villa’s chances to go to the Emirates and beat Arsenal on Saturday. Martin O’Neill’s young side has only lost twice on … Continue reading

  12. La Liga Fixture- Week 26

    Both Madrid teams are reeling and if they both lose this weekend, it will be the Blaugrana that will be atop the standings once again. Espanyol are looking to recover from a disastrous February as they look to get back … Continue reading

  13. Guti Stays In Madrid

    The Merengues deputy did not travel to Huelva as Real Madrid have a tough match against relegation-embattled Recreativo this weekend. The former Spanish international did not recover from the calf strain he suffered in last weekend’s loss to Getafe.