1. Chelsea v. Liverpool: Not Over Yet…

    Torres was visibly irritated when subbed off in the 74th minute with the scoreline still two-nil. He wanted his hat trick against Blackburn, but Rafa Benitez’s message was clear: save it for Chelsea. As Liverpool visit Stamford Bridge needing to … Continue reading

  2. Matt Taylor: An American Story

    Who said Americans cannot buy a break in Europe? The story of Jay DeMerit’s rise from the PDL to the EPL has been well written, but fewer have tracked the fall and then the rise of Matt Taylor from MLS … Continue reading

  3. Barca vs. The Madrid Media

    For nth time this season the Madrid press have come out with cover pages stating how Barcelona were once again aided by referees. For the nth time this season, the Catalans respond by saying that Juande’s Madrid won with coma-inducing … Continue reading

  4. Serie A Roundup – Week 31

    The matches of Week 31 of the Serie A were overshadowed by the tragedy of devastating earthquakes that killed around 230 people and injured many more in Central Italy. Matches across the country held a moment of silence out of … Continue reading

  5. New 2009 MLS Kits

    Hello there, this is my first post on MLS Talk and I would like to thank everyone who made this possible. Now, on to the Kits. I’ve always had a passion when it comes to kits/jerseys/athletics wear. Here, I am … Continue reading

  6. The Bundesliga Rumor Mill

    Here is this week’s round up of transfer rumors. Schalke Keving Kuranyi is being heavily linked to Blackburn Rovers in England. Werder Bremen Martin Harnik will be available this summer for cheap as he hasn’t made the grade for Thomas … Continue reading

  7. Attacking Manchester United

    What do Liverpool, Fulham, Aston Villa, FC Porto and Sunderland all have in common? They’ve all scored on Manchester United within the last month. The champions boasted a staggering number of clean sheets this season, but in recent contests, as … Continue reading

  8. Is Bob Bradley Really a “Eurosnob”?

    Much has been made on this site and others about Bob Bradley reluctance to call in MLS based players (except those he is 100% comfortable with) for qualifiers, while continuing to call in footballers from European Leagues that some US … Continue reading

  9. La Liga Week 30 Wrap

    Numbers seemed down this week in La Liga mostly due to the Easter holiday, but that did not reduce the excitement in the league. Barcelona continue their ways en route to their 19th league title. The Blaugrana Ballet showed offense, … Continue reading

  10. Senna Out Of Midweek Clash

    Last week it was Santi Cazorla that was being lamented prior to Villarreal’s away leg match against Arsenal. News got worse for Manuel Pellegrini when Spanish international Marcos Senna would be ruled out of the return leg of the Champions … Continue reading

  11. MLS, USL, WPS Review: Seeing Red

    Happy Easter to everyone and thanks to today’s Holiday we’re combining all three reviews into one this week largely because all the matches were played on Saturday this week. Attendance bounced back this week in MLS in the biggest possible … Continue reading

  12. Diego Serna Returns to Miami

    Much has changed in the world of football in the past eight years since the Miami Fusion folded. Despite having their best season ever in that final year, 2001, when the Fusion was one game away from the MLS Cup … Continue reading