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Fantasy Premier League Tips, Gameweek 30

Those of you who aren’t long time readers of our blog may not realize that my day job is as a management consultant.  Yes, it’s true. In the real world as well as the fantasy EPL world, I tell people what to do for a living.  The reason I bring […]

EPL Weekend Viewing Guide, Gameweek 30

It’s been a looooong time since the reverse fixtures to these Gameweek 30 matches were played in September.  We have two derbies, a top 4 showdown at Stamford Bridge, and the what-will-happen-next drama of another Sunderland-Liverpool showdown.  Plus two Europe matches requiring big English comebacks.  My star-giving parsimony has ended […]

Meet the Premier League Referees, Gameweek 30

Having confirmed last weekend the final four of the FA Cup, it’s back to the main business of Premier League survival and title challenges as all twenty teams are involved in ten important matches. We’ve got derbies, relegation six pointers and matches between sides at opposite ends of the Premier League […]

Using The Full Squad (Mid-Week Review, Weekend Preview): EPL Talk Podcast

The English Premier League put two more clubs through to the quarterfinals of UEFA Champions League, with mid-week action seeing Manchester United and Chelsea qualify for the final eight. They join Tottenham Hotspur, who beat Milan last week, by sending Marseille and Copenhagen home. On this edition of the EPL […]

Should Sir Alex Ferguson Appeal His Five-Match Touchline Ban?

Sir Alex Ferguson isn’t the type of person you want to pick a fight with. After criticizing referee Martin Atkinson’s performance during Chelsea’s victory against Manchester United on March 1, Ferguson got into hot water with The FA today after he was handed a three-match touchline suspension. To make matters […]

Are The Three Lions Losing Out On Future Stars?

We’ve all seen Victor Moses play before, but when his previous club Crystal Palace side traveled to lowly Reading in December 2009, he owned the pitch he played on and his stock rose considerably. Then 18, Moses scored a long-range curled effort, and his second came as he powered through […]

Premier League Is More Important Than Life In Africa

In 1992, when the Premier League was formed, the clubs began to take advantage of lucrative television rights and broke away from the Football League, which had existed since 1888. When fans worldwide saw Brian Deane score the first Premier League goal in the 2-1 win by Sheffield United over […]

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