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Major League Soccer Talk #76

In this weeks show we debut two MLS Talk correspondents. Robert Jonas from San Jose and Brian Zygo from Houston. In the upcoming weeks we will debut reports from Washington, Puerto Rico, Miami, and other MLS/USL/WPS markets. Host Kartik Krishnaiyer also urges all DC area listeners and readers to attend […]

Arsenal Fail To Find A Way At Home

Gooners and Nike execs are already familiar with the Cesc Fabregas Show.  Tonight at the Emirates, it was the Cristiano Ronaldo Experience. Though Ji-sung Park started off the scoring for Manchester United on a Kieran Gibbs mistake, it was Ronaldo who sealed the deal for the Red Devils on a […]

The Bundesliga Rumor Mill

It has been an interesting week in rumors. First the managers! Hoffenheim will say goodbye to Ralf Rangnick because he wants to spend money this summer. They will then say hello to Jurgen Klinsmann, who is the epitome of frugality. After all, he only forced Bayern to rebuild it’s training […]

Arsenal v Man United: The Clash of Giants

The clock is ticking towards today’s Champions League semi-final second leg between Arsenal and Manchester United at Emirates Stadium. As part of the excitement for the clash between the two Premier League giants, click on the above video from Nike to watch Cristiano Ronaldo, Cesc Fabregas and other stars strut […]

Yossi Benayoun: Liverpool’s Secret Weapon

Liverpool fans voted Xabi Alonso man of the match against Newcastle. Clairvoyant passing and two shots from distance that ricocheted off the bar: Alonso was a beast against the Magpies. But I suspect it was his temporary martyrdom that won Alonso the honor over some of the other candidates. Xabi […]

Paul Scholes: Legend

Paul Aaron Scholes recently celebrated his 600th appearance in a Manchester United shirt. Joining a club that consists of Ryan Gigs, Bobby Charlton and Bill Foulkes, where these players receive plaudits, accolades and awards, Paul Scholes is a humble more understated type, preferring to let his football do the talking, […]

EPL Great Escapes

It’s that time of year again, where nerves are shredded, nails are bitten and the relegation trapdoor gets ever closer. But for those fans of teams at the bottom of the EPL there is hope. I had a dig round the archives and have found some examples of teams who […]

Keep United in D.C. Day – May 9, 2009: A Grassroots Effort in Support of an MLS Team

Whether you love or hate DC United, there is no denying that the Capital City’s club is an important part of Major League Soccer’s short history. Despite being one of the original MLS clubs, and despite winning 4 MLS Cups, 4 Supporters’ Shields, the CONCACAF Champions’ Cup, and 2 U.S. […]

Important Champions League Reminder

I just returned from a weekend getaway to Nassau, Bahamas, so I didn’t get a chance to watch any football this past weekend. I’ll write about my experience in Nassau sometime later this week, but for now, the attention turns to the Champions League with two massive matches this week […]

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