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  1. The Curse Of Michael Owen

    In 2004, he left Liverpool for Real Madrid in search of Champions League glory. Early on, Madrid mostly shackled him to their bench and later ducked out to Juventus in the first knock-out round. The Liverpool players bounced on the … Continue reading

  2. Interview with Raphael Honigstein

    Following a busy season, Raphael Honigstein of The Guardian and Footbo was kind enough to talk with me and address a few questions I had about the end of the season and the start to the silly season. Which player(s) … Continue reading

  3. Fabio Capello’s England FC

    “Capello was exactly what we needed!” —Frank Lampard “He is one of those managers in that handful around the world who are the best!” —Steven Gerrard “He’s given the players confidence and the team a huge amount of respect!” —David … Continue reading

  4. Setanta Sports: 1990 to 2009?

    This week will be the most important in the history of Setanta, the Irish broadcaster who – according to the British press – could be forced into administration in the next few days. The implications of such a disaster would … Continue reading

  5. Smorgasbord of Premier League News

    Here are a few stories of interest on a sunny Sunday as we edge closer to summer (it’s already here in South Florida). Have a wonderful rest of the weekend. Key Manchester City supporters were invited to a meeting with … Continue reading

  6. Honduras Without Big Guns Tonight

    No Suazo = No Hope for Honduras? For all the spinning going on in US Soccer circles the last few days’ minimal attention has been paid to the opponent tonight, Honduras, and their own woes. While Honduras still has Amado … Continue reading