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Poll: Who's To Blame For The Disaster At Tottenham Hotspur?

After Spurs losing 2-1 to Stoke City today, the history books will show that the 2008/2009 season is the worst start in the entire history of Tottenham Hotspur. But who’s to blame? Vote now. <a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1019302/” >Who’s to blame for Spurs’s disastrous season?</a> <br /> <span style=”font-size:9px;”> (<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”> polls</a>)</span> […]

Fulham Unveils Johnny Haynes Statue At Craven Cottage

The greatest player in the history of Fulham Football Club was immortalized Saturday when a statue of legend Johnny Haynes was unveiled outside Craven Cottage in west London. Haynes, who played a club-record 658 games and scored 158 goals for Fulham between 1952 and 1970, died in 2005. Pele once […]

Fabio Capello Restores Faith In England National Team

When Fabio Capello was appointed England manager, people asked me what my thoughts were on the matter. My viewpoint at the time was that it would bring clarity to whether the England national team was still a football power or not. After all, if Capello couldn’t turn England into a […]

Lavezzi Catapaults Napoli Against Rivals

It seemed like the good ole days on Saturday at the San Paolo when Napoli defeated their big rivals Juventus to take over the top spot in the Serie A standings.   They will at least have a share of that until they see how Inter and Roma fare and Lazio […]

Big Four Return To Top of Premier League

Today was a turning point in the 2008/2009 Premier League season as one, it marked the first weekend this season when all Big Four clubs won their matches. And two, the top four teams in the Premier League are now the Big Four clubs — at least for the next […]

Does Club Football Have a Stronger Future in Canada?

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Arsenal v Everton: Live and Online

Follow Arsenal against Everton live and online today via the EPL Talk Chat featuring football fans discussing the match from around the world. Kick off time is 10:00 am ET/3:00 pm BST. The chat is currently ongoing. We will also be keeping everyone up to date on Aston Villa v […]

“We Needed A Change”- Messi

Hey, for those of you that were hating my last piece… you are absolutely right! There was nothing going on in Argentina, and that was confirmed by Lionel Messi when he arrived in Spain, he expressed his satisfaction after Alfio Basile resigned from the national team position.   “When things […]

Friday Night Links

Previews of the weekend’s fixtures courtesy of The Sun, The Telegraph and Sky Sports. The Injury Front Michael Owen does it again. I guess it’s comforting Beye, Gutierrez and Martins are coming back…then again, maybe not. If Kinnear can stay calm about this, it will be the first sign of […]

Scolari Is God, Benitez Is The Devil

It’s so rare these days that a football manager says anything new or remotely intelligent other than the rehearsed lines he memorizes from media training. Other than Joe Kinnear, of course. But Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari said so many refreshing things on Friday that I felt compelled to write […]

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