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  1. Everton Continue To Be Overlooked

    You’ve got to feel for David Moyes and the never ending injury situation at Goodison Park. Since they finished fourth in 2005, it seems every season starts in December due to the injury affliction that seemingly curses the Toffees. Thankfully, … Continue reading

  2. Why the USA Needs Match Of The Day

    Fans of English soccer in the United States have everything they could possibly wish for: All Premier League games shown live through television and the Internet. A daily UK sports news program from Sky Sports. Matches shown in HD, when … Continue reading

  3. MLS Crystal Ball Edition

    Some Starters The new MLS Website.. Du Nord: Top 10 significant signings and influential departures. First, how they finished in 2009 – PPG=Points Per Game – GFA=Goals For Average – GAA=Goals Against Average 2009   PPG GFA GAA  CLB  1.63  … Continue reading

  4. Premier League Preview – March 27-29

    So much for Manchester City’s much-discussed game in hand, eh? After Wednesday’s loss to Everton, City finds itself two points back of Tottenham with eight matches left. Perhaps a Monday home date with Wigan Athletic will be enough to raise … Continue reading

  5. Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

    On the Thursday edition of the EPL Talk podcast, Laurence McKenna and myself look back at Tuesday and Wednesday’s fixtures, including the claiming of the final FA Cup semifinal spot. Also, we look forward to the weekend’s matches in the … Continue reading

  6. Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

    On the Thursday edition of the EPL Talk podcast, Laurence McKenna and myself look back at Tuesday and Wednesday’s fixtures, including the claiming of the final FA Cup semifinal spot. Also, we look forward to the weekend’s matches in the … Continue reading

  7. A Banquet of Previews

    The 2010 season is upon us, so to help you get ready, or in case you’re bored, here are previews of each of the 16 teams. For each team, I’ve linked to more than one preview. I always find it … Continue reading

  8. Cagliari Season taking a dip?

    Cagliari are known to play some fantastic football thanks to their coach, ever since he took over in 2008, Massimiliano Allegri brought an attacking spirit with his attacking 4-3-3. And after bringing this to Cagliari, they’ve been scaring teams all … Continue reading