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  1. Seamus Malin Interview

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    Episode 14 features an interview with Seamus Malin, the most legendary soccer broadcaster in US history. Born in Ireland, Malin shares his memories of the 1966 World Cup Final, discusses his passion for his favorite Premiership side, talks about ABC/ESPN’s … Continue reading

  2. Seamus Malin Interview Now Available

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    The interview with Seamus Malin is now available on the EPL Talk Podcast. It’s a fascinating interview, and the perfect remedy for any England, US or Brazil fans who want to take their mind off the World Cup exit, and … Continue reading

  3. The World Cup Gets Turned Upside Down

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      So, England and Brazil’s World Cup dreams are over. In both matches, the favorites were outplayed, conservative and uninspiring. England’s demise falls to Wayne Rooney. The idiotic kick by Rooney was the turning point in the match. From that … Continue reading

  4. Western Europe’s World Cup

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    Thierry Henry nets the game winner for France/AP Four short years after Soccer proved to be more of worldwide game than many Europeans would give credit for, thanks to the Quarterfinal runs of Senegal and USA as well as the … Continue reading

  5. England Poised to Defeat Portugal

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    England is just hours away from their crucial match against Portugal. On paper, this is one of the finest England teams to grace the international stage in years. But can they play as a cohesive unit and defeat Scolari’s men? … Continue reading

  6. ESPN Responds to Criticism

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    Tokyo Toffeeman, an EPL Talk reader from Japan, sent me this very interesting link about ESPN’s response to the criticism it has been receiving regarding its coverage of the World Cup. Read the piece here. Most newspapers typically have ombudsmen … Continue reading

  7. Questions for Jeremy St. Louis

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    Next week, I’m interviewing Jeremy St. Louis for a future episode of the EPL Talk Podcast. The Canadian sports broadcaster appears nightly on Fox Sports World Report, which is shown on Fox Soccer Channel at 10pm ET. If you have … Continue reading

  8. Get Ready For An Amazing EPL Talk Interview

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    I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Seamus Malin this evening, probably the most famous American soccer commentator ever. Malin, who was born in Dublin, had several amazing stories to tell, and gave some great insight into things that I … Continue reading

  9. Wide Awake In America

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      We’re one day away from the Quarter Finals stage of the World Cup and the excitement is reaching a fever pitch among soccer fans around the world, including America. Tomorrow’s Germany against Argentina match would have been a perfect … Continue reading

  10. Scolari Made The Right Decision

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    Imagine what if Scolari had accepted the England job before the World Cup? If you remember, the FA wanted Scolari to agree to the job before the tournament began and to start his new position immediately after the World Cup. … Continue reading

  11. Quarterfinal Matchups and Other Thoughts

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    France’s leading midfield players: Zidane, Makelele and Vierra have a great understanding of one another’s game and the experience that comes from playing together for so long. For example, Zidane and Vierra always know where one another are going to … Continue reading

  12. Catching Up On Premiership News

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    If you haven’t had a chance to keep up on all of the Premiership news during the past 30 days, you’re excused. After all, our eyes have been busy watching 2-3 World Cup matches a day. So, to bring you … Continue reading

  13. Where Have All the Heroes Gone?

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    Only seven games remain in the World Cup. Yet many of the heroes we were expecting to see on the big stage haven’t showed up: Rooney, Henry, Ronaldinho, Messi, Ballack, Van Nistelrooy, Toni, Tevez, and Donovan. The players getting the … Continue reading