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The Miracle On Grass Remembered

It is one of England’s most famous matches. More is known about epic World Cup clashes with West Germany and Argentina, but England’s defeat by the United States in the 1950 World Cup is regarded as the biggest football upset of all time. England’s 6-3 defeat by Hungary three years […]

Champions League Final Preview

Today is the day when we will crown, or perhaps re-crown, the champion of Europe. As usual, EPL Talk has you covered. At 2 p.m. EST today, don’t forget to check out our live blog, hosted by Dave Warner from a sports bar in Cary, North Carolina – or about […]

Messi Mania: Exclusive Interview, Video & More

The above “Every Team Needs The Spark” video from Adidas featuring Lionel Messi and promoting his new football boot he’ll be wearing for tonight’s Champions League Final. It’s the TUNIT boot – the F50i.The new design boasts SprintSkin technology, the first-ever single-layer, thermobonded upper designed to envelop the player’s foot […]

Serie A Roundup – Week 37

The penultimate round of calcio italiano was action packed as only 2 matches had less than 2 goals combined from both teams. At this point the only drama will be what team will finish 2nd and what team will be the last to be relegated. Juventus snapped a 7-game winless […]

La Liga Roundup – Week 37

As the calendar gets closer to June this memorable La Liga season nears its amazing end. At this point the main battle is to avoid relegation. Sporting Gijon got a HUGE 2-1 road win against Valladolid in their quest to stay in the Spanish 1st division. Mate Bilic scored the […]

Three Epic Champions League Finals

As we count down the hours until tomorrow’s clash of titans in Rome, wondering if we’re going to enjoy a goal fest or another penalty kick shoot-out, here’s a look at the most memorable European finals from the last ten years: Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan 2005 One of the most […]

The Silly Season (€54.5 million! What Recession)

Armin Veh was announced as Wolfsburg’s new manager after their title celebrations. The ex-Stuttgart manager will now try and replicate his 2008 Champions League form. It should be easier with the imminent loss of Dzeko and Misimovic. Mario Gomez became the most expensive player in Bundesliga history, swapping Stuttgart red […]

Sunderland Need To Move Quickly But Realistically

The only thing that surprised me about Ricky Sbragia’s resignation was the timing of it, coming just 20 or 30 minutes after the final whistle. It was odd to watch Niall Quinn speaking about his manager not wanting to take up the option of another year as manager, whilst Sbragia […]

Your 2009 UEFA Champions League Final Liveblog

Some years, it seems like the UEFA Champions League is one part football, four parts money and twelve parts hype. This year, however, the hype surrounding the Champions League Final certainly seems justified. Manchester United v. Barcelona. Champions of England v. Champions of Spain. Both clubs are goliaths. Both clubs […]

Ignore the rumours, Jose is going nowhere!

With the presidential elections taking place at Real Madrid this summer the candidates have been making the usual promises to the Bernabeu faithful over potential new managers and players. This kind of thing happens every time they hold elections at Real and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been courted by […]

Special1 TV: Season Finale

The season finale of Special1 TV has premiered with plenty of entertainment for football fans including: A message from a very famous West Ham United supporter, A special appeal from Carlos, a deprived young man on the streets of Manchester, Jose fancies himself as the new speaker of the House […]

The Premiership Will Hold No Fear For Burnley Fans

So less than 24 hours after Promotion to the Premiership and the usual round of tired cliches and articles about “brave little Burnley” are beginning to pop up on-line and in the press. Do they never learn, Do they know the football history attached to this club? Burnley fans will […]

Congratulations Barca

It may have been coming for a while but you have to pay tribute to Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona for their achievements so far in a season that could still get even better. Champions and Copa Del Rey winners, his side have dominated the Primera Division this year and are worthy […]

Champions League Final, Boobs And Curries: Paul Merson Style

Paul Merson. The name conjures up many memories. For some, it’s the troubled footballer who suffers from addictions of drugs, gambling and alcohol. For others, it’s the former England international footballer Paul Merson, who played 327 matches for Arsenal. If you’re wondering what the legend has been up to lately, […]

The Bundesliga XI 2009

Goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny (Hertha Berlin) Make no mistake about it, Berlin’s rise from bottom half side to title contenders was based on defense. They were a hard side to break down and on the off-chance that a team did, there was Drobny to get by. His performance against Bayern was […]

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