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  1. The Demand for Premiership Tickets

    Last season, because I have relatives in Liverpool, I purchased one of Liverpool’s membership cards. Without it, you’re unable to buy tickets online or at Anfield stadium (or so they tell you). As it turned out, I didn’t make the … Continue reading

  2. Premiership Countdown: 40 Days to Go

    According to the Fox Soccer Channel web site, we can reveal that the channel is planning on showing the Community Shield match on Sunday, August 13th at 10am ET. The match, which is played between the Premiership champion and FA … Continue reading

  3. The Abuse That Provoked Zidane

    The Daily Mail is reporting that it has deciphered what was said by Matterazzi to Zidane in yesterday’s final that resulted in the Frenchman headbutting the Italian. The newspaper hired a lip reader. Read the article here.

  4. ABC/ESPN COVERAGE REPORT CARD

    ABC and ESPN have covered each of the last four World Cups, but due to a surge in soccer popularity here in the USA and the increased ratings ESPN has enjoyed for European Champions League matches the last few years, … Continue reading

  5. France Report Card

    Well, since I follow France and am a France supporter, I will a report card on my favorite team and their players. So, here I go…. Overall Preformance: B+ – Yeah, the team did great overall. Many people would give … Continue reading

  6. Premiership Countdown: 41 Days to Go

    Although the Premiership TV schedules for Fox Soccer Channel and Setanta Sports haven’t been released yet, EPL Talk has put on its thinking cap and can deduce that the following matches will be shown in North America. Saturday, August 19th, … Continue reading

  7. EPL Talk In The News

    Here’s the press release that was distributed this morning, announcing all of the developments on the site between now and the August 19th Premiership kick-off.

  8. New EPL Talk Podcast Available

    The latest episode of the EPL Talk Podcast is now available featuring an interview with Jeremy St. Louis, an anchor from the Fox Sports World Report show available on Fox Soccer Channel. During the episode, Jeremy discusses how the Fox … Continue reading

  9. Jeremy St. Louis Interview

    Episode 15 features an interview with Jeremy St. Louis, an anchor on the Fox Sports World Report show that airs on Fox Soccer Channel. During the episode, Jeremy discusses how the Fox Sports World Report show began, what the reaction … Continue reading

  10. Photos and Video from EPL Talk tour

    Photos from today’s EPL Talk tour for the 2006 World Cup Final: Queen Mary British Pub, Jupiter Farms, Florida. I’ve also posted a video on YouTube. It’s from inside the pub of the fans watching the final two penalties as … Continue reading

  11. A Final for the Ages

    What a final! Two evenly matched teams gave the world a show, and perhaps the better team didn’t win (after all I am partial to France, my pre-World Cup pick to win the title) but the real winner was the … Continue reading

  12. Clash of Titans Prepare for Battle

    Today’s Italy against France World Cup Final is a true clash of titans. Both teams are overflowing with class players, but who will prevail? Here are some of the key matchups: Cannavaro and Henry. If Fabio Cannavaro can stop Henry … Continue reading

  13. EPL Talk On The Road Today

    In the final match of the EPL Talk tour of South Florida pubs and restaurants, I’ll be making the trek to the Queen Mary British Pub in Jupiter to capture the excitement of the Italy against France final. I spent … Continue reading

  14. Reviewing our picks

    Several American TV broadcasts have labeled the French run to the World Cup Final as a major “surprise,” and analysts such as Nick Webster (who picked the mighty three lions of England to win the World Cup), Julie Foudy and … Continue reading

  15. Kahn and Figo retire from International Soccer

    Two greats of the game, Portugal’s Luis Figo and Germany’s Oliver Kahn who was the Most Outstanding Player of the 2002 World Cup announced their retirment from International Soccer following Germany’s 3-1 victory over Portugal in the third place match.