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  1. Joachim Loew And The Case For Four More Years

    Germany’s head coach, Joachim Loew, who served as assistant coach to Jurgen Klinsmann at the 2006 World Cup tournament in Germany, has been performing small miracles with the German national team at this summer’s World Cup tournament in South Africa. … Continue reading

  2. Mueller Is ‘Mad’ About Germany

    Thomas Mueller was beaming with excitement after Germany’s 4-0 win against Argentina. The young German star, who scored Germany’s opening goal just minutes into Germany’s quarter-final clash against the Argentinians. Mueller, who was relatively unknown just a year ago, has … Continue reading

  3. Feuerstein’s Fire Episode #15

    Monday, July 5th 8:00PM EDT – 5:00PM PDT Guests: Mikey Buytus: Charleston Battery Supporter Mike Kuhn: Kansas City Wizards Supporter World Cup Quarterfinals Re-Cap NASL Segment Re-Capping Red Bulls Road Match at the Rapids

  4. Luis Suarez Swayed by Man United

    Controversial World Cup star Luis Suarez has hinted that he will have to leave Ajax if Premier League giants Manchester United come calling. The 23 year old, who misses his country’s vital semifinal with the Netherlands, thanks to his handball … Continue reading

  5. Happy Fourth Of July

    On behalf of Major League Soccer Talk and all of the bloggers who work diligently on this site, I’d like to wish you and your family a Happy Fourth Of July. It’s been one of the best build-ups to a … Continue reading

  6. Happy Independence Day, America

    It’s the Fourth of July and Americans around the world will be celebrating their independence today with barbecues, trips to the beach, fireworks and some rest and relaxation after a tiring but enthralling World Cup. Some of you may even … Continue reading

  7. The Truly Terrific Thomas Muller

    Hearing the surname “Muller” in association with German football automatically creates imagery of the legendary German striker Gerd. German football followers expect him to play with the same prowess and quality that “Der Bomber” oozed in the ’60s and ’70s. … Continue reading