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  1. Bolton v Arsenal: Live and Online

    Follow Bolton against Arsenal live and online today via the EPL Talk Chat featuring football fans discussing the match from around the world. Kick off time is 12:30 pm ET/5:30 pm BST. Edit: Thank you to all who stopped by … Continue reading

  2. An American Idea

    With the recent proliferation of foreign players in Major League Soccer and the dumming down of the quality of the league thanks to expansion and fixture congestion, it’s easy to be sour on MLS. I’ve been particularly disturbed by MLS … Continue reading

  3. Liverpool v Stoke City: Live and Online

    Follow Liverpool against Stoke City live and online today via the EPL Talk Chat featuring football fans discussing the match from around the world. We’ll also be keeping a close eye on West Ham United v Newcastle United and Blackburn … Continue reading

  4. Sunderland v Middlesbrough: Live and Online

    Follow Sunderland and Middlesbrough live and online today via the EPL Talk Chat featuring football fans discussing the match from around the world. Kick off time is 7:45 am EST/12:45 BST. Thank you for joining us in the chat today!

  5. Match Day Three – Serie A Italian Calcio

    Arrival of Match Day Three for Serie A fans will see several key players missing including, Andrea Pirlo and Gennaro Gattuso for Milan (both injured), Massimo Maccarone for Seina and Sulley Muntari for Inter (both suspended), forward David Trezeguet for Juventus and forward Ezequiel Lavezzi for Napoli (both … Continue reading

  6. The Sync: Bayer 04 v. Hannover 96

    A hat trick by Patrick Helmes and an unrelenting offense saw Bayer Leverkusen take apart Hannover 96 tonight. The illness and injury riddles Reds, were humiliated by Bayer 04, but also their lack of fight as they seemed disinterested in … Continue reading

  7. Africa and Latin America should be MLS Focus

    Jorge Rojas: MLS Super Signing I’ll be honest. Late in this season with European Football having kicked off, the US National Team’s qualifying in full swing, USL about to decide its playoff participants, and College Soccer having started up I’m … Continue reading

  8. Bilbao Analyzes Players´ Futures

    Athletic Bilbao´s Basque only policy puts them is quite a distinct disadvantage in today´s more globalized football industry.  They see themselves Although it is still early, and Athletic Bilbao once again see themselves fighting to avoid relegation (as them along … Continue reading

  9. The Bundesliga’s Most Booked

    Football is not always a beautiful game; sometimes bookings are necessary. Thankfully, we’re on hand to keep all these bookings straight. There are 34 distinct offences that the DFB considers bookable. In their honor I’ve written this paean to the … Continue reading

  10. Gol TV Makes Weekend Debut In Europe

    The network will make its debut in Spanish television screen this weekend when they transmit weekend’s matches from Europe and throughout South America.  Spanish network Mediapro joined forces with the all-soccer network and they were able to agree with regional … Continue reading

  11. Gago Out For A Month

    Real Madrid midfielder Fernando Gago became the second South American international to have to miss an extended period of time after Champions League play.  Gago will be out for close to a month after suffering a level two muscle tear … Continue reading