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  1. Jonathan Spector: The Future is Now

    While the United States defense has held up adequately thus far in CONCACAF, questions persist about the unit’s ability to counter the heavyweights of the football world. While we’ll get some answers this summer at the FIFA Confederations Cup, help … Continue reading

  2. Benzema Being Saved For Barca Return Leg?

    Lyon is currently en route to an eighth straight Ligue1 title, but that could have suffered a huge hit after this weekend. According to the French media, Lyon forward Karim Benzema will miss this week’s matchups against Lille but will … Continue reading

  3. Quo Vadis Frankfurt?

    The fines have been handed out by the DFB, Eintracht Frankfurt was fined 40,000 Euros and Karlsruher SC was fined 15,000 Euros respectively for not adequately providing security for the Officials and the Players. While both Clubs grudgingly accepted the … Continue reading

  4. England: New Three Lions Crest Revealed

    The Football Association has unveiled a new Three Lions Crest for the FA and England teams, which will be worn for the first time when England wears their new Umbro shirts for the March 28th friendly against Slovakia at Wembley. … Continue reading

  5. EPL Talk Podcast: Harry Harris

    On Episode 112 of the EPL Talk Podcast, Johnathan Starling interviews Harry Harris. Harry Harris is author of the book ‘Down Memory Lane’. In this episode, Harris answers questions with regards to how this book is different from other Tottenham … Continue reading

  6. Harry Harris Interview

    On Episode 112 of the EPL Talk Podcast, Johnathan Starling interviews Harry Harris. Harry Harris is author of the book ‘Down Memory Lane’. In this episode, Harris answers questions with regards to how this book is different from other Tottenham … Continue reading

  7. La Liga Roundup – Week 25

    Just when you thought La Liga was over fate has conspired to inject some drama into the title race like Barry Bonds injected steroids.   Real Madrid won its 10th straight match defeating Espanyol 2-0 in Barcelona.  The veteran Merengues stepped up with … Continue reading

  8. The (Other) American Goalkeeping Tradition

    Kasey Keller, Brad Friedel, Marcus Hahnemann and Tim Howard have become well know in the United States for their exploits playing football in England. The goalkeeping quartet has established the credentials of Americans in what many at home consider the … Continue reading

  9. Chelsea Win Late but Far From Impressive

    On Friday, during my game previews, Sam wondered how Wigan could score? Today, Chelsea gave us an answer, complacency. For much of Wigan’s trip to Stamford Bridge, it was Chelsea on the back foot. Completely against the run of play, … Continue reading

  10. Guti To Say Goodbye In 2011

    If there is a player that is as synonymous to Real Madrid as Raúl it is Guti. Now this idol plans to do what Madrid’s all-time leading scorer insinuated earlier in the week. He, like Raúl has insinuated, that his … Continue reading

  11. Special 1 TV: Jose Is Big In Germany

    Episode 4 of Special 1 TV is now available. This week’s escapades include: Wayne Rooney gets benched again, Jose’s secret plan to overcome Man United in the Champions League, The quest for a nickname for Guus Hiddink, Fergie and Voyeur … Continue reading

  12. Maund Approved For US by FIFA

    Notre Dame and US Midfielder Aaron Maund/Photo from CBS College Sports Aaron Maund is a versatile player whose freshman season at Notre Dame was outstanding. The Massachusetts native represented Trinidad and Tobago in the U-17 World Cup in 2007, but … Continue reading