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  1. Convey Out For Season

    Bobby Convey will miss out on Reading’s late season UEFA Cup push due to yet another knee surgery. Marcus Hannehman continues in goal for Reading however as the EPL newbies continues their improbable push for Europe.

  2. Soccer Special from Sky Sports

    I had the rare fortune of watching Sky Sports’s coverage of the Champions League on Tuesday — not one of the matches they showed, but instead the coverage from the Sky Sports studio with presenter Rob McCaffrey on Gillette Soccer … Continue reading

  3. Champions League is Full of Surprises

    Today begins a fabulous week of football as the Champions League returns after its three month winter break, followed by UEFA Cup matches on Thursday, a return to the Premiership on Saturday and the League Cup final on Sunday. And … Continue reading

  4. Webster: Howard Earned His Keep

    Fox Soccer’s Nick Webster has this outstanding article on Tim Howard and his new contract, believed to be the richest ever for an American Footballer.

  5. Interview with Derek Rae

    In all the years of following football, I don’t think I’ve once come across someone who didn’t like the work of Derek Rae, the Scottish football commentator for ESPN. Well if you’re as big a fan as I am, you’ll … Continue reading

  6. Soccer Shout Launches Redesigned Web Site

    Soccer Shout, the daily podcast on English and Scottish football, has launched a redesigned version of their web site. The new-and-improved site will feature blog posts (previously at as well as links to all of the latest episodes of … Continue reading

  7. EPL Talk: Derek Rae

    Episode 53 features an interview with ESPN commentator Derek Rae. In addition to discussing the Champions League, we learn more about how Rae got into football, whether he’ll be commentating for ESPN at Euro 2008, his memories of commentating an … Continue reading

  8. Premier League Redesigning Web Site

    The Premier League has announced that they’re redesigning their web site. Incredibly, the current design of the site hasn’t changed since December, 2004. In fact, the design from September, 2002 looks remarkably similar. For a corporation that’s bringing in … Continue reading