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  1. Observations from Community Shield

    In the baking heat of London, Chelsea won the 2009 Community Shield on penalty kicks after a 2-2 regulation tie against Manchester United at Wembley Stadium. Here are some of my observations from the match. Feel free to add yours … Continue reading

  2. Daniel Jarque: An Untimely Death

    Part one of the 2009-2010 La Liga season preview will be out in the next couple of days, but today is devoted to Daniel Jarque González, who tragically passed away at the age of twenty-six while his RCD Espanyol team … Continue reading

  3. Favorable Draw for German Clubs in Europe

    On Friday UEFA conducted the draws for the Champions League and Europa League play-off rounds.  In the Champions League, Vfb Stuttgart will be matched against FC Timisoara of Romania’s Liga 1.  Timisoara finished as runners-up in last year’s Romanian Championship, … Continue reading

  4. CONCACAF’s EPL Connection Grows

    American football writer Ives Galarcep reports that Bobby Zamora and Jlloyd Samuel have received their Trinidad and Tobago passports after playing for England at the U-21 level. Both will be called into the full national side for this week’s critical … Continue reading

  5. MLS: Taking the Good With the Bad

    My views on MLS on this website in the last week have been dissected and criticized. I think this “summer of soccer” has yielded both good and bad for the American top flight. On the positive side, MLS has higher … Continue reading

  6. Do Supporters Need A Villain?

    Football supporters thrive on animosity. We need to be able to shake our fists in the air and yell all the bad words at our hated teams and players. When Jose Mourinho left Chelsea, I had mixed feelings. On one … Continue reading

  7. Community Shield Beckons

    In my mind, the Community Shield (previously known as the Charity Shield) was always a big deal for me. The winner of the FA Cup against the winner of the Premier League (formerly First Division). It had to be a … Continue reading