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  1. Fixing Superliga

    The concept is sound, the TV contract outstanding for people in large markets (but non existent for those outside top 25 TV markets) and the marketing is flawless. But this year’s tournament has exposed Superliga as something we had hoped … Continue reading

  2. Premiership Preview–12. Newcastle

    When Sam Allardyce left by “mutual consent” in early January, Newcastle turned to a familiar figure to turn the club’s fortunes around. I said it then and I’ll say it now: Kevin Keegan, who spent over a decade away from … Continue reading

  3. New TV Commercial Featuring David Beckham

    David Beckham is featured in a new TV commercial titled “Practice Pop-In.” Earlier this year, Ryan Howard of the Philadelphia Phillies and Reggie Bush of the New Orleans Saints were featured in two “Practice Pop-In” commercials earlier this year. This … Continue reading

  4. Poll: Premier League's Mini-Competition Idea

    Tell us what you think of the Premier League’s new idea to play friendlies during the winter break beginning January 2011. <a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/836692/” >Are you in favor of the Premier League’s worldwide mini-competition idea?</a> <br /> <span style=”font-size:9px;”> (<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”> … Continue reading

  5. The Start of Something Big?

    Darren Huckerby from MLSNET.com Today’s last minute victory over the hated Galaxy in Oakland could be just the push the Earthquakes needed to make a playoff run late in the MLS season. The Quakes who have played solidly much of … Continue reading

  6. Spurs Update: Highlights

    It was a treat to watch Spurs dismantle Borussia Dortmund in the Feyenoord Jubilee tournament. What was really awesome about the performance was that Juande Ramos seems to have established a balanced squad amidst the frantic ins and outs at … Continue reading

  7. Premiership Preview–13. Sunderland

    Backed by the loudest supporters in the Premier League last season, measured at average peak volume at 129.2 decibels, almost as loud as a jet, Sunderland will look to improve on last season’s respectable 15th-place finish. The Black Cats were … Continue reading

  8. Premiership Preview–14. Middlesbrough

    According to the BBC in an online article published in December of last year, Middlesbrough’s youth academy has produced the most graduates (9) eligible to represent England at international level and start in at least five senior games for the … Continue reading

  9. The Start of Something Big?

    Darren Huckerby from MLSNET.com Today’s last minute victory over the hated Galaxy in Oakland could be just the push the Earthquakes needed to make a playoff run late in the MLS season. The Quakes who have played solidly much of … Continue reading