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  1. Santos or Swim? Robinho Has A Choice To Make

    Numerous reports have one-time wunderkind Robinho fleeing Manchester City for Santos, the legendary Sao Paolo club where his career began. The loan deal could see Santos youngsters Paulo Henrique Ganso or Neymar don sky blue. Manager Roberto Mancini has stated that, while … Continue reading

  2. Did We Really Learn Anything This Weekend?

    Sunday’s mildly shocking result in the Cup of African Nations Quarterfinals reinforces what we wrote about on Friday here at MLS Talk: Algeria will be no pushover for the United States in the World Cup.  The Desert Foxes eliminated pre-tournament … Continue reading

  3. The Errors of Juve’s Management

    There has been widespread criticism of the Bianconeri board and its directors yet there are some obvious aspects which have been overlooked by the reporters and fans alike. The Juve management has actually erred in allowing Pavel Nedved to retire, … Continue reading

  4. "Sparsenal" vs. Stoke

    Hubris.  That’s all it can be labeled. How many of us saw the “Sparsenal” team Arsene Wenger fielded Sunday versus Stoke, and said to ourselves, “Aw come ON.”  I mean, most of us tune in to Arsenal games to watch … Continue reading

  5. EPL Talk: A Look at Algeria

    Algeria has been drawn into England’s group in the upcoming World Cup tournament. Kartik Krishnaiyer and Richard Farley look at the Cup of African Nations performance for Algeria, who defeated Ivory Coast on Sunday in Quarterfinals.

  6. EPL Talk Podcast: A Look at Algeria

    Algeria has been drawn into England’s group in the upcoming World Cup tournament. Kartik Krishnaiyer and Richard Farley look at the Cup of African Nations performance for Algeria, who defeated Ivory Coast on Sunday in Quarterfinals. Don’t forget that the … Continue reading