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Liverpool Supporter Pardoned After Four Years In Prison

In 2005, Michael Shields was convicted by a Bulgarian court for the attempted murder of a barman after Liverpool’s Champions League victory in Istanbul. Between a jail in Bulgaria and Thorn Cross prison in Chesire, England, Shields, now 22, has spent the last four years behind bars. But, today, his […]

Top 5 Firefox Add-Ons For Soccer Fans

In the latest browser wars, the browser usage statistics show that Firefox has almost 50% of the market share. Other than how easier it is to use and how fast it is, one of the reasons web users love Firefox is because of their massive library of add-ons. So since […]

Mutu plans charitable solution

Fiorentina forward Adrian Mutu has offered to make a huge donation to charity if his former employer’s Chelsea are prepared to waive his 17million euro fine.  Mutu was handed the huge fine by Fifa for breaching his contract at Stamford Bridge after he tested positive for cocaine in 2004. Mutu […]

Dempsey’s Foul: The Wrong Call

As much as I enjoy Kartik’s writing and analysis, let me add a counter-point on this.  The referee clearly blew this call, and there are no rules of the game or replay angels that would ever indicate otherwise. That being said, I try not to get fussed about blown calls.  Soccer is […]

Everton, United, England: What’s With The Star Trek Kits?

Admiral Capello strides onto the bridge. “Status report, Lieutenant Rooney!” he shouts. Rooney is grim. “The Croatians have boarded the ship, Sir,” he says. “They’ve already scored two goals.” “I see,” says Capello. He turns to his chief defensive officer. “Mr Neville raise all shields in the back. I don’t […]

Football’s. Transfer. System. Is. Flawed.

Isn’t it amazing how long it takes Fifa to put put five words together and then act upon them. Football’s transfer system is flawed and everybody knows it, so why is it only now that constructive action is being taken? The biggest problem faced by the current system is the […]

Italian FA President: No Foreign Owners

For Milan fans, the news was bad enough that they had been trounced by rival Inter while being watched by their owner and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.  However, a rumor circulating that Berlusconi has been in negotiations to sell the club to Libyan leader Muammar al-Gadaffi adds to the […]

Exclusive Interview With Barney Ronay

Barney Ronay of The Guardian is the latest guest on the EPL Talk Podcast to discuss his newest book, The Manager: The Absurd Ascent Of The Most Important Man In Football. Ronay is best known for his appearances on the The Guardian’s Football Weekly Podcast as well as the top […]

2010 MLS All-Star Match To Be Held At Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas

Tomorrow, Major League Soccer, the Houston Dynamo, and Lone Star Sports and Entertainment will officially announce that the 2010 MLS All-Star Game will be held at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, not Robertson Stadium. While Reliant Stadium, which was officially opened in 2002, is a multiple-use stadium, it is primarily […]

Legends Of English Football: #8 Brian Clough

Brian Clough’s managerial career has been well documented, but it often completely overshadows the success Clough had as a player. Whilst he was often accused of nepotism towards his son Nigel whilst he was the manager of Nottingham Forest, it wasn’t hard to see where the younger player got his […]

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