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The Milan Derby In New England: Part 2

Part 2: The Match It took me a while to accept the surreal feeling born of both Milan teams playing in my back yard. I was at Gillette Stadium watching soccer and the place was bursting with energy.  Average attendance for the New England Revolution in 2008 was 17,580. Only two […]

GolTV To Televise 2009 Emirates Cup Featuring Arsenal

Following up on its successful coverage of the 2009 Peace Cup, GolTV announced this morning that it’ll be televising the Emirates Cup featuring Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Paris St. Germain and Glasgow Rangers. The tournament begins on Saturday, Aug. 1 as Rangers take on Paris Saint-Germain at 9:30 a.m. ET, followed […]

Wigan Athletic Away 09/10 Kit Revealed

Wigan Athletic have unveiled their new away kit for the 2009/2010 season in honour of the famous Netherlands side from the 1978 World Cup. Wigan’s new away kit is orange with black trim, and black shorts. Designed and manufactured by Vandanel, the new away kit celebrates the year that Wigan […]

Dominic Kinnear: A Model MLS Coach

The English Premier League is one of the most popular football leagues in the world for many reasons, especially its coaching soap opera. No other league has managed to turn coaching vendettas and spats into a complex, highly entertaining mix of both low and high art in the manner that […]

EPL Talk Podcast: John Terry And Carlo Ancelotti

Episode 124 of the EPL Talk Podcast features interviews with Chelsea’s John Terry and Carlo Ancelotti after Chelsea’s 2-0 victory against Club America in the final of the World Football Challenge in Arlington, Texas. Both Terry and Ancelotti discuss their reflections on the tournament itself. Thanks to Brian Zygo for […]

Football For Breakfast

Sunday morning, 26th of July: On five hours of sleep, I pull myself from my bedroom, cross the hall to the living room and land on the couch. It’s a journey of maybe 20 feet, but it feels like Stage 20 of the Tour de France. I am a zombie on NyQuil dragging […]

Interview with John Terry And Carlo Ancelotti

Episode 124 of the EPL Talk Podcast features interviews with Chelsea’s John Terry and Carlo Ancelotti after Chelsea’s 2-0 victory against Club America in the final of the World Football Challenge in Arlington, Texas. Both Terry and Ancelotti discuss their reflections on the tournament itself. Thanks to Brian Zygo for […]

The Milan Derby In New England: Part 1

A fledgling sportswriter’s first attempt at covering a big match. I arrived at Gillette Stadium yesterday unsure what to expect. I mean, I knew AC Milan were about to face Inter Milan some four thousand miles from their usual sparring ground.  I knew attendance for the event would be staggering compared to the […]

Exits Will Hurt United Says Anelka

The departures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez will seriously dent Manchester United’s title challenge, according to Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka. Ronaldo joined Real Madrid for a world record £80million, whilst Tevez left for rivals Manchester City after his loan deal expired. United have signed Luis Antonio Valencia, Michael Owen […]

7 Things We Learned About The World Football Challenge

Chelsea’s squad returns to London today after an incredibly successful 10-day tour of the United States. While they were in the States, the club won the World Football Challenge, played in front of an average attendance of 68,687, demonstrated a renewed sense of enthusiasm and playing ability under new manager Carlo […]

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