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  1. Be Champions! I'm On Setanta Sports Returns

    In this week’s installment of “I’m On Setanta Sports,” Jose forces Sven to wear a costume. Sven apologizes for pimping the show. Jose chats with Alex Ferguson, Mick McCarthy, Arsene Wenger, David Beckham and Dave from Newcastle. Be champions! [display_podcast]

  2. Premier League Odds and Sods 23 March 2008

    Manchester United 3 – Liverpool 0: The scoreline was unfair, United should have won by more.  Rooney and Ronaldo combined for five fluffed chances.  Captain Stevie disappeared twice for the Reds.  First, when he decided to stop running and not … Continue reading

  3. Good For You, Steve Bennett

    I don’t want to hear Liverpool fans criticize referee Steve Bennett for dismissing Javier Mascherano late in the first half today. I just don’t want to hear it, simple as that. It’s about time that a referee stood up for … Continue reading

  4. Clash of Titans

    The Derby d’Italia did not disppoint as visitors Juventus walked away 2 – 1 winners late Saturday. Eyes focused on Inter and Juventus once Roma, Fiorentina, and Milan all won earlier. Of course the backdrop to this drama is Roma … Continue reading

  5. America’s Stopper

    Kasey Keller isn’t the most talented or athletic goalkeeper the United States has ever produced. Nor has he been the best at any particular moment in time. But consistency and commitment are important and few if any American bred keepers … Continue reading

  6. Super Saturday??

    Yes I know that the big boys are matched together this weekend in what has been deemed Grand Slam Sunday but for some teams outside of the top four Saturday’s matches will prove just as important and may provide even … Continue reading

  7. Laying down the law….sort of..

    On Thursday, UEFA’s Control and Disciplinary Committee imposed fines on several clubs for incidents from recent matchdays in both the Champions League and UEFA Cup. + Lyon were fined 3,200 Euros for what has been noted as “incidents of an … Continue reading