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  1. Interview With Raphael Honigstein

    The new Bundesliga season is just days away, so Bundesliga Talk writers Mark Moll and Double Pivot decided to interview one of the preeminent writers and authors on the topic of German soccer, Raphael Honigstein. Many readers may know Honigstein … Continue reading

  2. New Stoke City Podcast Recommended

    Football fans have always been fighting for the right to express themselves above the din of mainstream media. The football fanzine movement in the 1980s gave birth to the When Saturday Comes magazine. More recently, football podcasts have given supporters … Continue reading

  3. Premiership Preview–3. Chelsea

    Chelsea has not finished outside the top two in five seasons, a span in which they’re averaging a mind-blowing 88.5 points a season. They’ve won two Premiership titles, two Carling Cups, an FA Cup, and, for what it’s worth, a … Continue reading

  4. Everton FC Launches Redesigned Website

    The design of official Premier League club websites is becoming as predictable as the race for the Big Four. Late last week, Everton launched a new design of its EvertonFC.com website and surprise, surprise — it looks like most other … Continue reading

  5. Nigeria Preview

    Victor Obina celebrates a goal against Japan/Foto.net The United States enters the third and final group match of the Olympic Football Tournament needing a draw to guarantee advancement to the knock out stages of the competition. Sunday’s heartbreaking turn of … Continue reading

  6. A Galactic Mess

    He was supposed to change MLS and soccer in America forever. David Beckham’s signing in January 2007 with the LA Galaxy was supposed to elevate his new club and by extension its league to heights never experienced before. Eighteen months … Continue reading

  7. Premiership Preview–4. Arsenal

    2008 hasn’t been a great year for Arsenal and their fans. In February, they watched their hated North London rivals Tottenham win a major trophy (Carling Cup), something Arsenal hasn’t done since winning the Premiership four seasons ago. They’ve watched … Continue reading