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  1. Feuerstein’s Fire Episode #32

    Tuesday, November 9th 8:00PM EDT – 5:00PM PDT Guests: Patrick Quinn Colorado Rapids Supporter NASL Segment: Ignacio Rodriguez of Miami FC Tom Grady: Wilmington Star News Reporter talks about the return of the Wilmington Hammerheads Harvey Ranola returns to discuss … Continue reading

  2. Fantasy League Tips Game Week 12

    Barely have you had chance to draw breath and it’s time to do it all again. There’s a full midweek programme of Premier League fixtures, game week 12 is upon us already, and it’s going to be tricky selection wise … Continue reading

  3. Jose Mourinho’s Special One: Mesut Ozil

    The 2010 World Cup was one filled with potential for Germany. Players like Thomas Mueller, Mesut Ozil, Sami Khedira, Holger Badstuber, Manuel Neuer and Jerome Boateng emerged as some of the most promising young players in world football. Before the … Continue reading

  4. How Are The Promoted Sides Faring In The Championship So Far This Season

    Tomorrow night two of the promoted sides from League One Millwall and Norwich, face each other in a division where making the step up from the division below, does not automatically limit the ambitions of that club to securing safety.

    This season two previously established Premier League sides and a London team at peace with it’s less than wholesome image, have set out to prove that in the Championship, you are only as good as your last performance and clamber their way towards the promised land of the Premier League.

    So with a third of the season already under their belts how have the three promoted teams fared so far? Continue reading

  5. Take Me Out to the Playoffs – Week 2

    The playoff numbers look like this… 5 year comparison Conference Semifinals – 2nd Leg   Avg +/- Home Teams  2006   15,938  NA  New England  Dallas  Houston  DC United  2007   19,838   24.47%   New England  Chivas USA  Houston  DC United  2008   19,444  … Continue reading

  6. Winning, the Liverpool Way

    After the draw at St. Andrews I contended that Liverpool needed to change the way they played to get results. They were too narrow, with no pace and their full-backs went nowhere. It led to a dour game of football … Continue reading