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MLS Talk Podcast #89

Episode 89 features three reports. First off we talk with Miami FC President Aaron Davidson about the state of the team and the potential of defender Facundo Erpen being sold to a club in Europe or Latin America. Next up Brian Zygo catches up with several Dyanmo players after their […]

Liverpool Should Sign Johnson and Keep Arbeloa

The buzz coming through the ever-dubious transfer wires claims that Liverpool are close to signing Glen Johnson from Portsmouth. Rumors are homing in on a £17m move which includes the £7m Pompey still owe the Reds for Peter Crouch. Johnson is a fine player, full of skill, energy and guile, […]

2009-2010 Premier League Fixtures

The fixtures for the 2009-2010 season have been released, and Sir Alex Ferguson should be happy. The fixture computer must have applied a “Fergie Filter” to reduce the wrath of Sir Alex Ferguson fuming about how the fixtures are in favour of other teams except his own. This season, they […]

The Death of Serie A?

Kaka’s transfer may have raised a few eyebrows in Italian football about the ability to keep the world class players in the league.  Inter Milan are also reportedly locked in a battle to keep a hold of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and there has been plenty of speculation in the media to […]

Quick Hits

We will be releasing episode 89 of the MLS Talk Podcast tomorrow with MLS, USL and Open Cup news. Look for it early tomorrow afternoon. I will be at Tropical Park Stadium tonight for the Open Cup game between Miami FC and last year’s runner up Charleston. You can look […]

Bundesliga Attendance Figures Dominate Europe

RheinEnergieStadion I used the stats feature at ESPN Soccernet to calcluate the clubs with the best attendances. Out of the top 20 attendances in Europe, Germany had 9 clubs. This post is to equip you with a tool to help promote our great league. Because, while we are in a […]

Ronaldo Departure A Huge Blow To Manchester United

Since Real Madrid’s £80m swoop on Cristiano Ronaldo, I’ve read plenty of responses by United supporters insisting this was a positive move for the team. Man U is not one player. We’ve got 80m to spend.  We’re fine. No, really. While the Ronaldo move was inevitable and £80m is a […]

Rafa Or Fergie: Who Spends More In The Transfer Market

In March 2009, Rafa Benitez and Sir Alex Ferguson got into a war of words about how much money they had spent in the transfer market. “They [Liverpool] are well ahead of us in spending in the last five years,” Ferguson, the United manager, said, insisting that Liverpool had outspent […]

Portsmouth’s Fans Don’t Deserve Being Messed Around

Ah, isn’t buying a football club the easiest thing in the world. Look how quickly Abramovich bought Chelsea, the Glazers bought Manchester United and the Abu Dhabi group picked up City. Compared to the protracted nature of the proposed takeover of Portsmouth, even buying Newcastle United may be easier. When […]

England’s U21 Lions Stutter To Victory

It was not the start that England’s Under 21 side wanted, but it could have been a whole lot worse after today’s close shave against a Finland side full of surprises. By finding themselves in the toughest of the two groups with Spain and Germany, this was the game that […]

Post Match Podcast Schedule/Talent (UPDATED)

TODAY vs Italy: Adam Beasley, Miami Herald Hannah Lee, Forza Football Jamie Trecker, Fox Sports Thursday vs Brazil Martin Rogers, Yahoo! Sports Phil Schoen, GOL TV Sunday vs Egypt Show details to be announced later. Listen to our Confederations Cup Preview with DuNord’s Bruce McGuire and the USA Today’s Beau […]

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