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  1. Seattle Success … Good for MLS?

    I was thinking about the Seattle phenomenon and a thought crossed my mind. Would it be good or bad for MLS if Seattle went deep into the playoffs in its inaugural year? What would it say about a league if … Continue reading

  2. EPL: Clubs Quick To Drop Managers

    Paul Ince sacked by Blackburn. Kevin Keegan pushed out of Newcastle. Roy Keane frustrated by Sunderland. Ince was an outright firing after Blackburn only registered 3 wins in 17 matches. Keegan technically resigned, but has made allegations that the club … Continue reading

  3. New Stadium Fever?

    I was having a good look at Tottenham’s proposal for a new stadium overlapping their current plot at White Hart Lane last night and my brain started to tick. However difficult these proposals appear to be (and indeed I hope they go through) … Continue reading

  4. Stoke City Deserve Some R.E.S.P.E.C.T

    The Premier League season is reaching its conclusion and it is time for tributes and awards to be given to those individuals and teams that have excelled throughout the season. Ryan Giggs has already scooped the PFA Player of the … Continue reading

  5. The Bundesliga Rumor Mill

    Here is this week’s round up of transfer rumors. Of course the big news has been about Klinsmann’s replacement. Wenger is probably off the table after Rummenigge’s pleasant comments about the Arsenal manager, but the list of manager’s linked is … Continue reading

  6. Premiership Preview – May 2-4

    Baseball Hall of Famer Yogi Berra once said, “it’s getting late early.” That’s certainly true of this year race to avoid relegation at the bottom of the Premiership table. Newcastle and Middlesbrough are in 18th and 19th place, respectively, and … Continue reading

  7. Ideas for Bob Bradley from Europe

    A busy critical summer period for the US National Team looms ahead. Coach Bob Bradley has a core of 25-30 players he’s looking at to fill 22 World Cup squad spots. The Confederations Cup and Gold Cups provide competitive atmospheres … Continue reading

  8. Slagging Ryan Giggs a Big Mistake

    I was running late on Wednesday, so I had to catch the opening moments of the Champions League semi final between Manchester United and Arsenal on the computer. There is one match tracker in particular that I enjoy using when … Continue reading

  9. Abidal To Play In Benefit Match In Miami

    Miami will be part of the summer international soccer scene outside of the Gold Cup this summer. Some of Europe’s big stars and their Caribbean counterparts will convene there in order to raise money for the development Haitian youth soccer. … Continue reading