What's New

ID: 2840
Type: post

Premiership Preview–9. Everton

As much as Everton fans may not want to admit it, their club will always operate under arch-nemesis and cross-town rival Liverpool. There’s no way around it; Liverpool is statistically the most successful team in English history, having won more league titles (18), Carling Cups (7), and European Cups/Champions League […]

ID: 2838
Type: post

Who Will Push The Big Four This Year?

The elite group that is the big four – Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United, have dominated the top four places in the Premiership for the past six year with the exception of Everton three seasons ago. But can this season be different and a club outside of this elite […]

ID: 73982
Type: post

Transfer Update: Rafael van der Vaart to Madrid plus signings for Rangers, Bordeaux and more

Rafael van der Vaart was officially unveiled as Real Madrid’s newest player yesterday in a presentation the Santiago Bernabéu. As pictured above (photo courtesy of Real Madrid’s official website), he was introduced by Real’s President Ramón Calderón and President of Honor Alfredo Di Stéfano.Rafael van der Vaart is only 25-years […]

ID: 69149
Type: post
ID: 2836
Type: post

Premiership Preview–10. West Ham

I think it would come as a surprise to many to know that West Ham, not Middlesbrough, not Aston Villa, not any of the promoted clubs, had the highest average of English players in their starting lineups (6.61/11) in the 2007-2008 Premiership season. That surprise symbolizes a commonly-held feeling towards […]

ID: 2832
Type: post

Rafael and Fabio Da Silva: Players To Watch

This week, two Manchester United players made their debut for the club in quiet circumstances during a 2-0 friendly win against League One side Peterborough United. The match was noteworthy because of the debut for two of United’s rising stars, Rafael and Fabio Da Silva. The two 18-year old Brazilian […]

ID: 69139
Type: post
ID: 2830
Type: post

Premier League Faces Identity Crisis

A brand name is perhaps a company’s biggest asset. It’s something that should be guarded. Unfortunately, the Premier League simply doesn’t get it and, as a result, is facing an identity crisis. Currently all around the world, England’s ultimate soccer league is most commonly referred to by one of three […]

ID: 2835
Type: post

Martin Rogers Discusses Spurs Transfer Signings, Euro 2008 And Olympics

Don’t miss the latest Major League Soccer Talk podcast interview with Martin Rogers, Yahoo’s world soccer writer. Interviewed by Kartik Krishnaiyer, Rogers answers questions about several topics including Tottenham Hotspur’s transfer signings, how the Euro 2008 tournament was received in England and a preview of the Olympics soccer tournament which […]

ID: 69148
Type: post
ID: 73772
Type: post
ID: 63977
Type: post
ID: 69138
Type: post

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 it was not, and sincerely hope it will not be […]

ID: 69137
Type: post

Episode # 51 Now Availible

Martin Rogers, World Soccer writer for Yahoo! Sports joins host Kartik Krishnaiyer on Episode 51. We review how the Euro 2008  tournament was received in England, preview tonight’s Superliga final between Houston and New England as well as look ahead to the Olympic Football tournament which Martin will cover in […]

ID: 2829
Type: post

Premiership Preview–11. Blackburn Rovers

In his four-season tenure at Blackburn, Mark Hughes guided the club to three top-10 finishes, including 7th place last year, and two appearances in European competition. He compiled an 82-47-59 record in competitive games over that span, and his team conceded over 50 goals only once. It’s fair to say […]

ID: 69147
Type: post

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 it was not, and sincerely hope it will not be […]

ID: 2823
Type: post

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 St. James Park before returning to take the reins, is […]

ID: 2825
Type: post

Socialize With Premier League Fans Worldwide

As a loyal reader of EPL Talk, you’re invited to register to our latest endeavor, the EPL Talk Community. It’s free to join and is a perfect extension of this site, where you can communicate with followers of the Premier League from around the world. Some of the features worth […]

What's Rising

Recent Comments

Sign up for the free World Soccer Talk daily email newsletter for news and soccer TV schedules

* indicates required

What's Hot