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  1. Do stats tell the story?

    One thing I’ve always lamented since starting to follow soccer seriously is the lack of statistics that are readily available to the average fan. Other sports (I think of American baseball and football for examples) tend to have large volumes … Continue reading

  2. Barnsley Knock Chelsea Out of FA Cup

    The final whistle has just blown and Barnsley has achieved one of the biggest shocks in recent FA Cup memory by defeating Chelsea 1-0 at Oakwell. In the previous round, Barnsley beat Liverpool. The Yorkshire club are now heading to … Continue reading

  3. Lopez Signs with Wizards

    Claudio Lopez, the Argentine striker who played in every match of his nation’s 1998 and 2002 World Cup campaigns has agreed to terms with the Kansas City Wizards and is ready to be unveiled after he passes a fitness test/physical … Continue reading

  4. Gambling on the Premiership

    Listening to The Guardian’s Football Weekly Podcast, especially contributor Sean Ingle, you’d think that every grown Brit who was a football fan bets on matches week-in, week-out. Obviously that isn’t the case, but how prevalent is betting on matches? Remarkably, … Continue reading

  5. EPL Talk: Paul Gardner & Martin Rogers

    Episode 101 features interviews with two prolific soccer writers. The first interview is with Paul Gardner, the most veteran soccer writer in the US, who is best known for his writings in Soccer America. The second interview is with Martin … Continue reading

  6. A Tale of Two Midfields

    If someone had told me a year ago that Mathieu Flamini would completely shut down Kaka in two legs of a CL knockout round I would have been amazed that he would be even included in the lineup for the … Continue reading

  7. Double dose of Mourinho

    There have been two new episodes of the popular “I’m on Setanta Sports” since I last had a chance to post. Both my wife and father are recovering from their surgeries so I hope I can return to posting on … Continue reading

  8. Do or Die Time for West Ham

    The race for the UEFA Cup is in full swing, with essentially six or seven teams fighting for two spots. Tottenham’s triumph in the Carling Cup Final guaranteed them a place in Europe next season, something they wouldn’t have achieved … Continue reading

  9. Messi On The Shelf Again

    Argentine international Lionel Messi will miss yet another six weeks of action after reinjuring his hamstring midweek during the Catalans win against Celtic in the return leg of the Champions League knockout stages. The injury occured in the 33rd minute … Continue reading

  10. Full Credit to Arsenal

    The title of this post says it all. I’ve criticized Arsenal and manager Arsene Wenger a lot recently, although there was every reason for me to do so. Today, there’s nothing for me to do but salute the Gunners’ performance in … Continue reading