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  1. Who Do You Watch Football With?

    This may apply more to my American brethren than to my English brethren, but as I sit watching football alone for the thousandth time, I wonder if fellow footie friends like myself experience countless hours solely devoting themselves to their … Continue reading

  2. Arseblogger Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

    The success of Andrew Mangan’s blog has branded him as the Arseblogger, proprietor of Arseblog.com. On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, Stephen Darwin welcomes the Arseblogger back to the podcast, getting his views on the start of Arsenal … Continue reading

  3. Arseblogger Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

    The success of Andrew Mangan’s blog has branded him as the Arseblogger, proprietor of Arseblog.com. On this edition of the EPL Talk podcast, Stephen Darwin welcomes the Arseblogger back to the podcast, getting his views on the start of Arsenal … Continue reading

  4. Grant Wahl Interview: MLS Talk Podcast

    Grant Wahl is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and author of the best seller, The Beckham Experiment. In Tampa for the U.S. Mens National Team’s friendly with El Salvador, Grant joined the MLS Talk podcast Wednesday to talk USMNT … Continue reading

  5. Can Kaka Build On Villarreal Showing?

    Brazilian Kaka has been the subject of criticism due to his performances which can be described as inconsistent at best. There are a number of issues to be considered before judging whether Kaka’s season has been a failure or a … Continue reading

  6. Barcelona Return To Winning Ways

    Last weekend’s defeat was inevitable given the Catalans were likely to suffer a loss sooner or later with the congested fixture list. The main concern was whether Barcelona would be able to recover after succumbing to Atletico Madrid or if … Continue reading

  7. Juventus On The Right Track?

    After a dismal run which included a series of disappointing performances and unacceptable results the Bianconeri management finally decided to replace the inexperienced Ciro Ferrara with Alberto Zaccheroni. It is unreasonable to question whether Zaccheroni could have won the title if he was coaching from the … Continue reading