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Ji-Sung Park Tames Socceroos

Australia’s remarkable run of results has come crashing to a halt at the Seoul World Cup Stadium as Korea downed the Socceroos 3-1  tonight in an International Friendly. With both teams safely through to the World Cup Finals as top of their Asian qualifying groups, this was a chance for both […]

Leicester City vs Man United, 1976: Video

Usually during international breaks I find myself having more time to reflect on the Premier League, what it is and where it came from. After crawling around YouTube, I uncovered the above video which I thought would be eye-opening to many readers of EPL Talk, to have a better idea […]

Questions Please For Georgie Bingham

ESPN presenter Georgie Bingham will be a future guest on the EPL Talk Podcast, and we’d like to hear your suggested questions. The best questions will be asked on-air to Georgie and if we use your question, your name will be mentioned on-air. Georgie Bingham, born in London in 1977, […]

Transfer Ban for United?

It seems like this is all coming out of nowhere. Any fan of the game knows that the “tapping-up” allegations have always been prominent but rarely has it been so harshly punished. From United’s perspective, they were accused of tapping up Dimitar Berbatov and Wayne Rooney in the recent past […]

Kakutagate – Fact and Fiction

In the short time since Chelsea were found guilty of inducing Gael Kakuta to breach his contract at RC Lens, and banned from the registration of new players until 1st Sept 2010 – i.e. two transfer windows away – a lot has been written, blogged, said and alleged – some […]

Eduardo And Chelsea: Inconsistent Bans Lack Credibility

UEFA handed Arsenal’s Eduardo a two-match ban for diving against Celtic, a simulation that won the Gunners a penalty. FIFA have now banned Chelsea FC from signing any new players until January 2011 since it’s been revealed Chelsea induced Gael Kakuta to break his contract with Lens in 2007. Kakuta […]

EPL Talk Podcast: Mel Charles

Welsh legend Mel Charles joins us on the latest episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, the only Premier League interview show on the Internet. Charles is a legend in Welsh football and the brother of John Charles. Mel played for Arsenal during the late 1950’s and early 1960’s — as […]

FIFA Bans Chelsea From Buying Players Until 2011

It’s funny how karma works.  Chelsea took an inhumanely stern line with Adrian Mutu, and now FIFA has taken a stern line with them. The Blues have been found guilty of “inducing” French midfielder Gael Kakuta to break his contract with Lens in 2007.  FIFA has forbid them to participate […]

EPL Talk: Mel Charles

Welsh legend Mel Charles joins us on the podcast. Hear about his book “In The Shadow of a Giant“ Also discussed: – The 1958 Welsh World Cup Team– Who was the best attacking player Charles faced– His brother John’s career – The Cardiff City vs Swansea City rivalry– Thoughts about […]

The Battle for CONCACAF: Work Left For The US To Do

With two relatively straight forward fixtures this week, the United States National Team is almost guaranteed to be leading the Hexagonal after this international break. But this will guarantee nothing, as the one time magic 15 point mark for World Cup qualification from CONCACAF is almost sure to be exceeded […]

England On The Brink Of 2010 World Cup

Almost twenty years ago England went to Poland knowing that a draw would qualify them for Italia 90. A backs-to-the wall performance and the magnificence of Peter Shilton ensured they had their point and the team then went onto reach the semi-finals of the tournament that arguably saved English football […]

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