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  1. Differences Explored Between BBC and Sky Sports

    I had the fortune of watching the FA Cup tie between Manchester United against Portsmouth yesterday, not on pay-per-view but on BBC1. While the match was very entertaining, especially the first half, with United’s attack after attack descending on Portsmouth’s … Continue reading

  2. EPL Talk: Kevin McCarra

    Episode 49 features an interview with Kevin McCarra, the chief football correspondent for The Guardian newspaper and one of the expert analysts on The Guardian’s Football Weekly Podcast. During the exclusive interview, McCarra discusses his thoughts on Chelsea’s chances of … Continue reading

  3. Help Improve the EPL Talk Podcast

    There’s always room for improvement (just ask Keith Gillespie), so we’d like to ask for two minutes of your time to respond to a quick-and-easy survey on the topic of the EPL Talk Podcast.Please take the survey.The results will help … Continue reading

  4. Chelsea Chasing Onyewu

    Sky Sports reports that Chelsea have become the latest club to fancy Oguchi Onyewu. Should Gooch end up at Chelsea or even Lyon who are also said to be chasing him he will be the first American field player on … Continue reading

  5. USA- Denmark Live Blog

    Bruce Arena and Eric Wynalda in the same booth? This should be a real doosie…… I didn’t understand ESPN 2′s profile on Jimmy Conrad. It was totally incomplete. Okay it was a teaser but didn’t appear that way. Rob Stone … Continue reading

  6. More Thoughts on Bradley’s Debut

    Jeff Carlisle has an excellent column at Ives Galarcep on the importance of the match:

  7. US-Denmark Preview

    The Home Depot Center will on Saturday host the US National Team’s first outing since the World Cup last summer and the first match under the direction of new head man Bob Bradley. Since this game is not being held … Continue reading

  8. Preview of Liverpool v Chelsea Clash

    If you remember back to the last time Chelsea played Liverpool, the goal that separated the two sides was a wonderful twist and volley by Didier Drogba back on September 17th. Liverpool dominated most of the first half and hit … Continue reading

  9. Preview of Arsenal v Manchester United Clash

    Without a doubt, this weekend’s matches between the top four are mouthwatering. Sure, big clashes like Liverpool against Chelsea, and Arsenal versus Manchester United usually don’t live up to expectations, but with so much to play for, I have a … Continue reading