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  1. England 4-0 Bulgaria: Spoilt For Choice

    Qualification matches for European Championships used to be a rare delicacy in the United States. Often times it would be impossible to watch or listen to the games. The next best thing was reading the scores on the Internet and … Continue reading

  2. MLS Weekend Preview – Sept. 4-5

    There’s a full slate of MLS action this weekend, but we begin the weekend preview with a farewell to Brian McBride. McBride, former Fulham captain and U.S. international, announced that this season would be his last for the Fire on … Continue reading

  3. Italy come back to win 2-1 against Estonia

    Italy have begun to forget about Lippi and the World Cup failure, the team has new faces and is beginning to click under Cesare Prandelli. The first qualifying match for the European Championships Poland/Ukraine 2012 was against Estonia, and while … Continue reading

  4. Carragher's Honour Overshadowed

      While his Liverpool teammate and close friend Steven Gerrard will be captaining England tonight, Jamie Carragher will be preparing himself for a well earned testimonial against an Everton XI. Carragher’s time at Anfield has been varied. He has achieved … Continue reading

  5. Premier League News, Daily Ticker: Sept. 3

    Gerrard Backs Capello Ahead Of Euro 2012 Qualifiers English captain Steven Gerrard has defended Fabio Capello ahead of England’s first Euro qualifiers versus Bulgaria and Switzerland, calling the cries for his ousting “crazy.” “It’s important Fabio is still given a … Continue reading

  6. Walcott Finally Set To Reach His Potential?

    It’s almost two years since Theo Walcott’s finest hour in an England shirt. The Arsenal’s man smashed his way in to Fabio Capello’s thoughts with a sublime hat-trick in England’s 4-1 demolition of Croatia. After slowly falling from grace since … Continue reading