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Poll: How Much Do You Care About International Friendlies?

It’s time to take a pulse on how excited or not you are about the international friendlies this week. England plays Denmark, Wales played Republic of Ireland last night. And then there are a ton of other friendlies including Brazil versus France, Germany against Italy, Spain vs Colombia, Holland v […]

Denmark vs England Friendly: Preview

“I don’t want to change the world, I’m not looking for a new England” – Billy Bragg, A New England England travel to Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium today to battle Denmark for their first international of 2011. The side and its supporters will be eager to turn the page on 2010; a year of […]

Can Chelsea Retain Their Champions League Spot?

With Liverpool’s recent decline, the buzz at the start of the season was focused on who would occupy the Merseysider’s Champions League spot in May. Could Manchester City fulfill their promise or would Spurs nick it again? Well, it is beginning to look as if both could get there. ‘Five into four? […]

Blackburn’s Owners Are Having the Last Laugh

When it was announced that Venky’s, an indian company specializing in chicken processing, had bought Blackburn, numerous atrocious puns about ‘falling fowl’ began circulating. When one of the club’s new owners claimed to have never seen a football game, many began to speculate that Blackburn could be in serious trouble. […]

Why Premier League Clubs May Want To Dismiss The Middle Men

Video killed the radio star. But, in fact, it didn’t. It only transformed the industry. Radio still lives. It’s just not that important anymore. However, record companies surfaced a worse fate. Napster brought music piracy to the mainstream, while later iTunes revolutionized the industry making albums less important and singles […]

Weekend Updates: February 4-6, 2011

It was an admittedly slow week in American soccer as the American sports scene shifted to Dallas and the American football Super Bowl.  Within the soccer world some amazing results and goals from the English Premier League overshadowed almost all the other soccer news.  But nevertheless there were some noteworthy […]

Zigic Triggers Birmingham Striking Impetus

During Birmingham City’s nerve-jangling 2-2 draw with Manchester City last week, Nikola Zigic’s 23rd minute equaliser was the first time a Birmingham striker has netted in the Premier League since November. That’s a staggering 937 minutes of action without one of their marksmen beating a keeper. With their recent cup […]

101 Great Goals: iPhone App Review

For soccer fans on the go, mobile apps are incredibly useful tools so you can follow your favorite sport wherever there’s a cellular connection. So I was particularly interested to see that one of the most popular soccer video sites, 101 Great Goals, had launched an iPhone app recently. Its […]

But What About Carlo (Weekend Review Show): EPL Talk Podcast

On a historic weekend of football in the English Premier League – one that saw a record number of Saturday goals, Manchester United’s first loss of the season, and a memorable capitulation from Arsenal – the story was Kenny Dalglish; or, the story was Carlo Ancelotti, depending on how you […]

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