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  1. The Empire Strikes Back

    Kartik Krishnaiyer, host of CSRN’s American Soccer Show For all the hullabaloo about the single entity structure of MLS through the years one club has always seemingly gotten it right- always seemingly done better than everyone else with regards to … Continue reading

  2. A Wise move for Newcastle?

    OK. I’m sorry about the headline-itis there. I was up late last night and I haven’t had my coffee yet The transfer market has had some interesting moves in the last few days and I will be back on Feb … Continue reading

  3. The Empire Strikes Back

    For all the hullabaloo about the single entity structure of MLS through the years one club has always seemingly gotten it right- always seemingly done better than everyone else with regards to scouting and securing Latin American talent, developing a … Continue reading

  4. African Cup of Nations Recap–Day 9

    Chelsea stalwart Michael Essien scored once and set up Portsmouth midfielder Sulley Muntari for Ghana’s second goal and that was all The Black Stars needed to see off Morocco yesterday and win Group A, likely avoiding Ivory Coast in the … Continue reading

  5. Bianchi returns to Italian football

    By Kevin Walker Rolando Bianchi arrived at club Lazio from English Premiership side Manchester City last Wednesday. The 24 year old failed to hold down a regular starting berth with his previous club and no doubt is looking for more … Continue reading

  6. CONCACAF Champions League a step forward

    Today’s announcement in Miami by Jack Warner of the new Champions League format for North American continental club championship was a major step forward for a confederation whose organization and structure has been poor through the years. As was the … Continue reading

  7. A Trio of Six-Pointers

    Things have been pretty busy in the soccer world recently at least as far as this site goes, what with the African Cup of Nations in full swing and the FA Cup 4th Round ties and 5th Round draw over … Continue reading

  8. 2007/2008 Fanzine Awards: Cast Your Vote

    Cast your vote in the 2007/2008 Soccer Fanzine Awards and let the public know which bloggers and fanzines you rate the best. Take 2 minutes and complete the four-question survey today. Note that you can leave answers blank if you’re … Continue reading

  9. Barack Obama is a West Ham Fan

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    Have you all seen the article on the Telegraph’s website “revealing” that Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama is a West Ham supporter? I’m not sure what to make of this. Reports state that ever since Obama went on a trip … Continue reading

  10. FA Cup 5th Round Draw Revealed

    The draw for the 5th Round of the FA Cup was conducted at 8:30 Eastern Time this morning and I have to say, there are some very interesting ties that will be worth watching. Here’s the complete draw (Premiership teams … Continue reading

  11. African Cup of Nations Recap–Day 8

    Manchester United are looking smarter and smarter for their interest in Manucho as the Angolan striker scored twice in seventeen minutes in the second half to propel his country to a come-from-behind 3-1 win yesterday over Senegal. Manucho now has … Continue reading

  12. Daniel Sturridge: A Name to Remember

    The second half of Sunday’s Sheffield United against Manchester City FA Cup match was a thrilling encounter and a good testament to what the FA Cup should be all about. Two teams playing their hearts out and the fans trying … Continue reading

  13. Adding Insult to Injury

    ESPNsoccernet is reporting that a significant amount of money–believed to be in the region of $3,000-$4,000 US–was stolen right out of wallets from the Manchester City dressing room at some point during the afternoon today. City occupied the visitors’ changing … Continue reading