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  1. US 2-3 Brazil: Postgame Podcast

    Martin Rogers from Yahoo! Sports joins us top give his take on today’s Confederations Cup final and the US Team. Then in our second segment, Chris Webb from United Mania.com, Brian Zygo from 1560 the Game in Houston and Bruce … Continue reading

  2. US 2-3 Brazil: Heartbreak

    Dunga got his tactical changes right in the second half and Bob Bradley didn’t adequately make tactical changes to counter the Brazilians. Bradley’s tactics and subs resembled the scared, conservative changes of the last two qualifiers and the first two … Continue reading

  3. The American Sportswriters War on Football

    (This is a revised version of a piece that originally ran last year on this website) This week we’ve been presented with yet another unrelenting attack from significantly threatened portions of the American media elite on Football. The reason? The … Continue reading

  4. Write For La Liga Talk

    Are you interested in a paid writing position to write about La Liga? If so, e-mail me at thegaffer[at]epltalk[dot]com and include some writing samples or links to articles you’ve written. I’m seeking someone who is passionate about Spanish football, and … Continue reading

  5. Italy: Confederations Cup Disaster

    As the final of the Confederations Cup approaches, the tournament for one team in particular has been an unmitigated disaster. Coming into the competition, as World Champions would surely mean an easy route to the semi-finals at least, however Italy … Continue reading

  6. Giuseppe Rossi to Manchester United?

    One positive to come out of Italy’s disastrous Confederations Cup adventure was the emergence of Giuseppe Rossi. Having been on the fringes of the Azzurri squad for some months, he finally made his breakthrough against the nation of his birth, … Continue reading

  7. An Interview with Derek Rae

    Derek Rae of ESPN was kind enough to speak to me at length about Germany and German football. If you have access to ESPN/ESPN International, you may be accustomed to Rae’s commentary for the Champions League, La Liga or even … Continue reading