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  1. Jérémie Aliadière's Ban is Ridiculous

    Middlesbrough’s Jérémie Aliadière, the man with the last name that takes me 73 tries to pronounce correctly, had his red card appeal denied today on the grounds of its “frivolous” nature and his ban increased from three to four games. … Continue reading

  2. Premier League Odds and Sods 25 Feb 2008

    Arsenal 2- Birmingham 2 Eduardo’s injury – a horrific broken leg – stole the headlines.   But, it did not decisively affect the outcome.  Luck controlled much of it.  Birmingham capitalized upon one free kick – a questionable call – and … Continue reading

  3. Scudetto Showdown, Inter vs. Roma

    Serie A action tomorrow evening will hopefully re-ignite the title race in Italian football as Inter meet second place Roma who currently trail the leaders by nine points. The gap between the two had been as high as eleven but … Continue reading

  4. Adrian Mutu Out for four weeks

    Viola hitman Adrian Mutu will be out for 4 weeks after taking a knock in the first half Sunday against Roma. The Fiorentina striker collided with goalkeeper Alexander Doni and limbed off the pitch injured. Mutu’s studs caught in the … Continue reading

  5. The Spurs Have Come Marching In

    Jonathan Woodgate’s extra-time header completed an impressive comeback for Spurs as the North London club beat West London rivals Chelsea today 2-1 to win the Carling Cup. I don’t want to focus as much on the game itself here as … Continue reading

  6. Big Chance for Tottenham Tomorrow

    Tomorrow’s Carling Cup final at Wembley represents the first chance at meaningful silverware this year in England. The Community Shield, whose winner does get a trophy, is generally considered to be nothing more than a glorified preseason exhibition match. I … Continue reading

  7. Satisfied With Kevin Keegan?

    Kevin Keegan was hired for his second stint in charge of Newcastle on January 16. I wrote a post that day questioning that move by Magpies owner Mike Ashley, saying Keegan was nothing more than a blast from the past … Continue reading

  8. The Pride of MLS

    On a night when the LA Galaxy despite a herculean effort from one David Beckham managed to embarrass themselves yet again and legitimately call into question the standard of play and development in the United States, the reigning league champion … Continue reading

  9. The Pride of American Club Soccer

    On a night when the LA Galaxy despite a herculean effort from one David Beckham managed to embarrass themselves yet again and legitimately call into question the standard of play and development in the United States, the reigning league champion … Continue reading