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  1. Feuerstein’s Fire #34

    Tuesday, November 23rd 8:00PM EST – 5:00PM PST Guests: Grant Wahl of Sports Illustrated Robert Houghton discusses the change from Wizards to Sporting Kansas City Patrick Quinn A Happy Colorado Rapids Supporter Re-Capping the 2010 MLS Cup Final Duane Rollins … Continue reading

  2. Goal Of The Week: Round Thirteen

    There are so many candidates this week. I almost wanted to nominate all three of Raul’s goals against Werder Bremen, but that would have been a little bit unfair. Last week’s winner was Sergio Pinto, who scored an incredible long … Continue reading

  3. MLS Cup 2010 – The Live Blog

    Beginning at 8:30 Eastern, MLS Talk will be live blogging the 2010 MLS Cup.  Join us here to discuss the players, coaches, BMO Field, ESPN, and everything else around the fifteenth MLS Cup.  Insightful analysis will be welcome, as well … Continue reading

  4. Birmingham Defeat of Chelsea Fits Classic Top v Bottom Stereotype

    Birmingham’s victory yesterday was one of the classic stereotypes of the Premier League, a unfancied side in the relegation places prior to kick off defeating the reigning champions by going ahead and defending that lead with their lives.

    Playing a system that isolated their midfield and relied on the forward holding the ball up from the off, it was against the run of play that Birmingham took the lead after 17 minutes.
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  5. Could Tottenham Win The Premier League?

    After their stunning comeback in the North London derby yesterday, all the talk this morning is about Harry Redknapp’s men. The White Hart Lane club have certainly showed their title credentials with that win, but could they really mount a … Continue reading

  6. Premier League Team of the Season So Far

    As the Christmas period is rapidly approaching, I’ve started to think about who have been the top performers so far this season. I’ve steered cleared of the so-called ”big four” clubs partly by choice, but partly because few would warrant a place … Continue reading