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  1. Citizens Poised to Attack in 2010

    As they approach, once again, the 100 million pound mark in the transfer market, Manchester City and head coach Roberto Mancini still find facets of their team to dislike. Yet, for a team still searching for a striker to add … Continue reading

  2. Clint Mathis Announces His Retirement

    You will never forget that mohawk haircut during the 2002 World Cup before the match started against South Korea. You keep remembering Jack Edwards call after the goal scored to silence a nation “THAT’S WHY HE’S HERE!” You will never … Continue reading

  3. Return of the Glory Days to Molineux?

    If I asked you to name the big four in English football, chances are you would reply with Man Utd, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea. You’d be wrong though. In fact, instead of the Blues, it is Wolverhampton Wanderers who find … Continue reading

  4. The Cult of Berbatov

    Dimitar Berbatov is less a divisive figure amongst United fans and more a Red Herring, any time his name is rolled out by rival fans it’s along the lines “you could have had Torres or Tevez for less money”. His … Continue reading

  5. Pre-Season Preview: Eintracht Frankfurt

    Manager Michael Skibbe has it all to prove at Frankfurt after failing to impress at managerial positions with Germany, Bayer Leverkusen and Galatasaray. After an average league finish with Frankfurt in the 2009-2010 season, Skibbe will need to bring a … Continue reading

  6. Feuerstein’s Fire Episode #19

    Tuesday, August 3rd 8:00PM EDT – 5:00PM PDT Guests: Arlo White: Seattle Sounders Play-By-Play Announcer Steven Beauregard: Soccer Montreal Blogger NASL Segment: Ignacio Rodriguez of Miami FC Re-Capping Red Bulls Two Goal Draw against Houston Dynamo & Rafael Marquez Press … Continue reading

  7. Is Huang The Savior Of Liverpool?

    Reports out of the British media indicate that Chinese billionaire Kenny Huang is planning a hostile takeover of Liverpool FC. Current owners Tom Hicks and George Gillette put the club up for sale during the spring but are against Huang’s … Continue reading