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  1. Tough Games Ahead for Inter Milan

    We have seen the powerful Inter of Mourinho, we saw it power through AC Milan with only nine men, we saw a war machine unleashed against Cagliari, demolishing them 3-0. But we have not seen this super style of play … Continue reading

  2. Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

    Looking back on the mid-week action for Premier League sides in Champions League, Europa, and within the Premiership, analysts Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer join host Richard Farley on this edition of the EPL Talk podcast. Topics: Arsenal’s 2-1 loss … Continue reading

  3. Paul Scholes He Scores,…..Blunders

    What a couple of days it’s been for oddly scored goals. Paul Scholes entered into the fluke goal history books Tuesday night as Manchester United beat AC Milan in the Champions League round of 16 with a 3-2 away win … Continue reading

  4. No place for a 4th place play-off

      On Monday afternoon the Premier League announced that it’s in discussion with all 20 teams on the possibility of a 4-team play-off for the final Champions League spot. The Premier League see this as opportunity to make the league more … Continue reading

  5. Dwight Yorke Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

    Dwight Yorke is best known for his days playing for Manchester United and Aston Villa. On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, the Trinidad and Tobago international, who represented his country at the 2006 World Cup, joined the Gaffer … Continue reading

  6. Dwight Yorke Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

    Dwight Yorke is best known for his days playing for Manchester United and Aston Villa. On this edition of the EPL Talk Podcast, the Trinidad and Tobago international, who represented his country at the 2006 World Cup, joined the Gaffer … Continue reading

  7. Champions League Play-Off: What's Your Opinion?

    The Premier League could soon implement a plan that sees its fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh place finishers contest an end-of-season play-off at Wembley to determine England’s fourth Champions League contestant. At first blush, the plan seems rather appealing as … Continue reading