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  1. Interview with Ray Hudson

    Episode 3 of the EPL Talk Podcast launched today featuring an interview with Ray Hudson, former Newcastle United and Fort Lauderdale Strikers legend. During the fascinating interview, Ray discusses several topics including: how Bruce Arena would fair as a manager … Continue reading

  2. New section on EPL Talk homepage

    I’ve added some new technology to the EPL Talk web site, and I’m interested in hearing what you think about it. It’s a new technology from a company called Stickam. If you visit the EPL Talk web site, you’ll notice … Continue reading

  3. Ray Hudson Interview

    In episode three, EPL Talk interviews soccer legend Ray Hudson. Ray played for Newcastle United and the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the 1970s. During the last decade, he’s been the manager of DC United and the Miami Fusion, while more … Continue reading

  4. Fox Soccer Channel Continues To Improve

    Is it me or is Fox Soccer Channel getting better and better? Their Super Saturday + round-up program seems more polished. During this past weekend’s episode, Webster and Bretos wore suits instead of their business casual attire. Their rapport together … Continue reading

  5. Steven Cohen Interview

    In the inaugural episode, EPL Talk interviews Steven Cohen, the co-host of Fox Football Friday and World Soccer Daily. Steven discusses how he met co-host Nick Geber, his thoughts on who has done the most to harm the game of … Continue reading

  6. Interview with Nick Webster

    Episode 2 of the EPL Talk Podcast has been released, featuring an interview with Fox Soccer Channel’s Nick Webster. Listen to the podcast right now, or subscribe via iTunes. During the interview, Nick Webster reveals some of the celebrities that … Continue reading

  7. Nick Webster Interview

    In episode two, EPL Talk interviews Fox Soccer Channel’s Nick Webster. Best known as the Brit co-host on Super Saturday Plus, Nick discusses several interesting topics, including: what his opinion is about GolTV and their recent acquisition of the Arsenal … Continue reading

  8. Fox Sports World Canada: Troubled Times?

    Spare a thought for our neighbors to the north in Canada. According to an interesting article in today’s Toronto Star newspaper, here are some interesting revelations: > Fox Sports World Canada are often airing one live English Premier League match … Continue reading

  9. Get Your Doctor's Note Ready

    With only six games to go before the Premiership season ends, football fans across North America will be sitting on the edge of their seats. What does Fox Soccer Channel have in store for us? Here are the upcoming highlights: … Continue reading

  10. Premiership in 2006: New Technology

    In the debut issue of EPL Talk Magazine (available from EPLTalk.com), there’s a behind-the-scenes look at software that most Premiership clubs use to stay ahead of the competition. Well, ProZone now has a competitor, and it happens to be the … Continue reading

  11. England Announce World Cup Song

    With great anticipation, England has announced what band will have the honor of recording the official World Cup Song for the English national team this summer. The band is Embrace and the song name will be “World At Your Feet.” … Continue reading

  12. Bidding Begins for Premiership TV Rights

    BBC announced today that the broadcasters interested in winning the rights to broadcasting the English Premier League from 2007-2013 have until April 27 to submit their sealed bids. Read more about the developing story here.

  13. FSC Unveils World Cup Preview Show

    EPL Talk broke the exclusive on March 8 that Fox Soccer Channel was producing a World Cup preview show, and now the word is official. Last night, Fox Soccer Channel debuted “Passport to Germany.” The show will be on every … Continue reading

  14. Everton Adds English Flavor to the EPL

    It was interesting to watch Everton maul Aston Villa 4-1 last Saturday, not just because of the goalfest, but for other reasons too. Everton were playing a very English style of soccer, with mostly British players, playing in a quintessential … Continue reading