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  1. History Of Premier League On US TV

    Long before the Premier League debuted on August 15, 1992, top flight English football was available on US television. It was nothing compared to today’s offering where practically every weekend game is available to watch. But it’s been consistently available, … Continue reading

  2. Is It Theo Walcott’s Time At Arsenal?

    When Arsene Wenger told the press he was in no hurry to spend Emmanuel Adebayor’s transfer fee and would replace him with “an internal player,” more than a few people probably had the same reaction: “Same old Wenger, always stingy.” … Continue reading

  3. Fabiano deal looks dead

    AC Milan have been linked with quite a few strikers this summer but one link that seemed to intensify, after his impressive form in the Confederations Cup, was Luis Fabiano . However there seems to be  reports coming out that … Continue reading

  4. Will the sports fan be able to keep up?

      The Summer of Soccer continues to open eyes. Sports fans are taking a second look and new fans are getting hooked.  This period of time has undoubtedly been Soccer’s most historic in the U.S.  But are sports fans getting confused and could … Continue reading

  5. Bundesliga Games Coming To ESPN

    A number of Bundesliga games for the 2009-2010 season will be shown on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN360, according to The New York Times. Under a similar deal that ESPN negotiated with GolTV, where GolTV sublicensed some of its La … Continue reading