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  1. Moyes Continues Everton Midas Touch

    On August 15th 2009, Everton faced Arsenal on a sun drenched, season opener and lost 6-1. Joleon Lescott pulled on a royal blue shirt that afternoon despite reinforcing his desire to leave Goodison Park and angering manager David Moyes. The … Continue reading

  2. Weekend Review: EPL Talk Podcast

    Chelsea has increased their lead atop the Premier League, Tottenham is back in fourth place, while Everton gets three more points from one of the league’s leaders. On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcats, analysts Laurence McKenna and Kartik … Continue reading

  3. Weekend Review: EPL Talk Podcast

    Chelsea has increased their lead atop the Premier League, Tottenham is back in fourth place, while Everton gets three more points from one of the league’s leaders. On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, analysts Laurence McKenna and Kartik … Continue reading

  4. Landon Donovan: Stay Over There

    I was going to write something on MLS markets, but I read some articles today on why Donovan probably won’t stay in England…I think he should.  This is why. Landon Donovan is a marquee player.  I wouldn’t say he is … Continue reading

  5. Milan v. Manchester – Champions League Round of 16

    To me, the first half had three major themes. First, Nani wasting cross after cross, either sending them directly at Dida, or shockingly wide. Second, Beckham was largely absent from the first half, never doing anything dangerous. Third, if Beckham was “largely” absent, was Pirlo “utterly” absent? “Completely” absent? “Altogether” absent? “Fully” absent? I am not sure he had a touch in the first half. Continue reading

  6. NASL Stepping Up to Fill Important Gap

    Professional Soccer has often been a spottingly available product across North America, and MLS, as a Premier Division, cannot fill the gaps by itself.  This is where USL has often filled in, in the past, although USL has often been … Continue reading