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  1. Coaching Rumors Bizzare and Unrealistic

    Steven Cohen of World Soccer Daily seems convinced that Steve McClaren is going to be next manager of the Los Angeles Galaxy. Why would McClaren who has the England job, albeit tenuously and managed Middlesbrough be interested in a second … Continue reading

  2. Hopes of European Super League Are Dashed

    Peter Kenyon, chief executive at Chelsea, has snubbed the G14′s invitation to join the organization. It looks very likely that the G14 wlll be disbanded, not because of Chelsea’s snub but because of UEFA and specifically Michel Platini, the new … Continue reading

  3. Goodbye to Liverpool?

    The pressure is on today for Liverpool as they currently sit bottom of Group A and face a tough fixture against Besiktas, who beat them on Matchday 3. Today’s match is at Anfield which should give the the Reds an … Continue reading

  4. EPL Talk TV: November 6, 2007

    EPL Talk TV presents you five minutes of daily Premier League news. In today’s episode we discuss whether Rafa has lost his marbles, which managers are favorites to take over at Wigan, how the Premier League is estimated to become … Continue reading

  5. EPL Talk: Ian Hough (Revised)

    Episode 90 features an interview with Ian Hough, author of the book Perry Boys. Listen to an insiders look at how fashion and violence on the terraces flourished during the early 80s, how the Perry Boys replaced the bootboys, the … Continue reading

  6. Arena’s Demise Long in the Making

    Bruce Arena is the only American born coach to reach legendary status. In spite of his many detractors, he is by far the most accomplished manager our nation has ever produced. However since 2003 when the US flamed out of … Continue reading

  7. Arena’s Demise Long in the Making

    Bruce Arena is the only American born coach to reach legendary status. In spite of his many detractors, he is by far the most accomplished manager our nation has ever produced. However since 2003 when the US flamed out of … Continue reading

  8. Arena’s Tenure with RBNY Ends

    Bruce Arena has been relieved of his duties as Red Bull NY Manager by mutual consent. I’ll try and get more information about this breaking story and accordingly Episode 32 of the MLS Talk podcast scheduled to be released this … Continue reading

  9. Defensive Posture Hurting MLS

    Must see TV has turned into a bore fest courtesy of Major League Soccer. The last several weeks of the regular season were high flying as many of the teams were going for broke thanks to MLS’ playoff system which … Continue reading

  10. Arena Leaves Red Bulls by Mutual Consent

    In a shocking move, former DC United and US National Team Manager Bruce Arena has left Red Bull NY “by mutual consent. ” Stay tuned to the site for more details.

  11. Average Attendances in Premier League

    If you wonder why clubs such as Portsmouth, Chelsea, Spurs, Everton and Liverpool are planning or considering moving into new stadiums in the near future, take a look at the chart below featuring the average attendances in the Premier League … Continue reading

  12. Yallop Returning to San Jose

    Frank Yallop’s short troubled stint as manager of the Los Angeles Galaxy has ended according to SI.com. The website is reporting that Yallop agreed to return to the site of his greatest years as a manager in the Bay Area … Continue reading