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  1. Inter eye Ibra stay

    Inter Milan have made big moves to keep star-man Zlatan Ibrahimovic, they’ve slapped a massive price tag on the Swede’s head and it looks a fairly safe online football bet the 27-year-old will be at the Giuseppe Meazza next season. … Continue reading

  2. MLS/USL News

    Matt Reis was the hero in the 2008 Superliga Final/AP A day after the US suffered its worst ever loss to Brazil and four days after our national team was beaten by Italy by the worst scoreline since 1934 let’s … Continue reading

  3. Football Partnerships Interviews EPL Talk

    Recently, the Football Partnerships Podcast interviewed me about EPL Talk and the business of football blogging. It’s quite different than the typical EPL Talk interview. Listen to the Football Partnerships interview today. Some of the topics discussed include: How the … Continue reading

  4. USA 0-3 Brazil: Postgame Podcast

    The United States bombed out of the Confederations Cup with a 3-0 loss to Brazil. Phil Schoen of GOL TV and Martin Rogers of Yahoo! Sports join us to discuss the game and the current state of the US National … Continue reading

  5. The Most Promising Pre-Season Friendlies

    Oh, the Premier League off-season. So brief yet so cruel. One struggles to find ways to survive the addict’s withdrawal that comes with having no league matches every week. The FIFA Federations Cup and World Cup qualifiers have done their … Continue reading

  6. Let’s Pretend : How the USMNT Could Look

    Dual citizenship, discussions about players being raised in one country, then playing for another have been running rampant the last several days. Some like the new FIFA rule change, some don’t. For some the thought of Guiseppe Rossi playing for … Continue reading

  7. Manchester United Change Transfer Policy

    The Guardian today has a very interesting article regarding Manchester United’s owners changing the clubs transfer policy to concentrate on signing players under 26. It seems that the Glazer family want the club to only sign players that they can … Continue reading