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  1. U.S. Reaping Benefits of Exodus to Premiership

    By John Nicholson When the obituaries are written about the 2006/07 Premiership, aside from containing lots of jokes about West Ham United, they should reflect that this was the season when American footballers started to become regular, valuable and respected … Continue reading

  2. Live Champions League Matches from ESPN360

    I was fortunate to watch the Liverpool against Barcelona match live on ESPN360 today, the broadband service from ESPN that provides streaming video broadcasts. ESPN360 is offering free access between now and March 15, which means that tomorrow’s Man United … Continue reading

  3. Interview with Jay DeMerit

    The career thus far of Jay DeMerit, the American central defender who plays for Watford, is a remarkable story of determination. Many players would have given up after not being picked to play for a Major League Soccer team. Not … Continue reading

  4. Dave Checketts to Buy GOL TV

    Dave Checketts the former President of the Utah Jazz and New York Knicks and the current owner of Real Salt Lake has bought the all soccer network GOL TV for $200 million. The deal has not been finalized yet and … Continue reading

  5. GolTV To Be Sold for $200 Million

    SCP Worldwide, a company owned by MLS team Real Salt Lake, has agreed in principle to buy GolTV for $200 million according to the Sports Business Journal. The deal hasn’t been approved yet as executives within some of Major League … Continue reading

  6. Champions League Games on U.S. Television

    The world awaits the return of the Champions League over the next couple of days. Beginning Tuesday, we have mouthwatering ties to look forward to including: Liverpool v BarcelonaESPN2, 2:30pm ET Chelsea v PortoSetanta Sports, 2:30pm ET Valencia v Inter … Continue reading

  7. Championship League Football On U.S. TV

    The drama that is the Championship League just took another twist and turn Monday night as Preston North End clobbered promotion rivals Southampton 3-1 at Deepdale to move into fifth place, just a point behind and a game in hand … Continue reading