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  1. Ron Davies Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

    Southampton and Wales legend Ron Davies is the latest guest on the EPL Talk Podcast, the daily Premier League interview and analysis show. To say that Davies is a legend to Southampton supporters is an understatement. In his first season … Continue reading

  2. EPL Talk: Ron Davies

    Southampton and Wales legend Ron Davies is the interview guest on the latest episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, the number one Premier League news and interview show on the Internet. Davies was named the best centre forward in Europe … Continue reading

  3. Martinez Set to Raise Wigan’s US Profile

    ESPN in the United States has hired Wigan Manager Roberto Martinez to provide commentary from South Africa during the 2010 World Cup. The animated Martinez who had an excellent playing career in England and Scotland along with his native Spain … Continue reading

  4. Arsenal And Divine Intervention

    Thirty minutes before the Arsenal Liverpool game, my mate (a Liverpool fan) turns to me and tells me that we need a miracle to beat them. At the final whistle, he looks at me with a huge frown on his … Continue reading

  5. Arsenal Take Advantage of Stumbling Liverpool

    For once Arsene Wenger got angry. Or so at least say his players, as they point to his halftime talk as a motivator for coming from a goal down to beat Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield. Apparently, he told his players they didn’t deserve to wear the Arsenal shirt, which surprised them, as well as those familiar with the Frenchman’s tendency to coddle his players. Perhaps that’s simply his belief in their abilities, but lacking sharpness can’t always be the reason his side drop points.

    And the Gunners did lack sharpness, as they have since the loss of Robin van Persie. They did not play well in the first half, and if Torres had a few games under his belt to regain full match fitness, it could’ve easily been 1-0 to the Reds in the first fifteen minutes. Actually, make that two goals, as the Reds also could have had a penalty after William Gallas upended Steven Gerrard in front of goal. Continue reading