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  1. CONCACAF Match Previews

    Mexico-Costa Rica 7pm ET, TELEMUNDO Sven Goran Eriksson’s seat could not get any hotter. Published reports in the Mexican media indicate the FMF would have already sacked the Swede if not for the exorbitant salary buyout the Federation would be … Continue reading

  2. The Relegation Rumble: Stoke City

    Stoke City are a newly promoted side from the Championship, and they certainly play like one. The operating procedure has been physicality, holding the line at home and hoping for some magic from Rory Delap’s wicked throw-ins. It has worked … Continue reading

  3. CONCACAF No Easy Haul

    The fixtures may look less than daunting. But trips to Central America are never easy and with CONCACAF’s own version of murderers row coming over the Summer (@ Costa Rica, Honduras, @ Mexico) it’s imperative that the US take maximum … Continue reading

  4. US-El Salvador 1997

    Highlights of the US trip to San Salvador during the Hexagonal Qualifying for the 1998 World Cup. This is the most recent time El Salvador advanced to the final round of CONCACAF qualifying prior to this year. After game highlights … Continue reading

  5. FA Cup Matches On U.S. TV Revealed

    The US TV schedule for the 2009 FA Cup semi-finals and final can now be revealed. Setanta Sports will show the final on Saturday, May 30th at 10am ET, while the semi-finals are scheduled as follows: Arsenal v Chelsea, April … Continue reading

  6. The Relegation Rumble: Portsmouth

    Until late October, Portsmouth seemed destined for a mid-table season. After a rough August start against Chelsea and Man United, the trophy-winning club won four out of seven matches, looking frisky once again. Then Harry Redknapp left for the Tottenham … Continue reading

  7. The Relegation Rumble: Sunderland

    Sunderland rose to the Premier League two seasons ago with Roy Keane’s magnetism, and it was the same presence that kept them afloat last season.  The reform movement lost steam when Keane left, and Sunderland have been rudderless since Ricky … Continue reading

  8. The Anglophile’s Guide to British TV

    When I was an impressionable 12-year old, I saw something on Channel 13 that changed my life. A lecherous older man was surrounded by dozens of lovely girls, all of whom had very charming British accents and very short skirts. … Continue reading

  9. Gerrard And Torres: Striking Partners

    Baros. Cisse. Morientes. Crouch. Kuyt. Bellamy. Voronin. Keane. Since Rafael Benitez took the helm at Liverpool FC, he’s maintained a revolving door of strikers, searching for the perfect frontline duo. And while he’s fielded many natural hitmen with the ability … Continue reading