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  1. Que Mal Que Marca El Madrid

    Espanyol 0-3 Real Madrid 0-1 Granero, 39’ 0-2 Guti, 77’ 0-3 Ronaldo, 90’ This was a constant refrain from the Spanish language announcers and the theme of most of the match, as the Merengues struggled to hold their nerve at … Continue reading

  2. Must See TV

    For the fourth time in three years, the Galaxy and Burn, I mean Hoops, or whatever they are called these days, has played an entertaining game of the highest sort. This is a big break for MLS, as two of … Continue reading

  3. Robbie Down Under

    As the EPL and the rest of Europe completes the first month of the domestic season, it is interesting to look at the travels of perhaps the EPL’s greatest finisher: one Robbie Fowler.  Having been discarded by Blackburn amidst the … Continue reading

  4. Should Adebayor Be Banned for Life?

    Manchester City v Arsenalby leslery Emmanuel Adebayor has committed the ultimate sin. Leaving a big four club for a side with ambition to join the elite clubs in England. For this, and his actions on the pitch in Saturday’s 4-2 … Continue reading

  5. EPL Talk Podcast: Matchday Five Review

    Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer bat around a variety of topics on today’s show including: Chelsea’s Transfer Ban: Are English clubs being unfairly targeted England’s 5-1 victory over Croatia John Toshack’s Wales side gives Russia a game Argentina’s continued failures … Continue reading

  6. The Case for Bob Bradley

    The Fire Bob Bradley movement has returned front and center. This movement’s proponents continue to advocate the termination of the current US coach while offering little advice in the way of a realistic replacement. Many proponents of this movement have … Continue reading

  7. Match Notes: Stoke 1:2 Chelsea

    Stoke City vs Chelsea FC at the Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, 3pm local time. Conditions: pitch good, weather fine. Line-ups Chelsea: Cech, A Cole, Terry, Ivanovic, Bosingwa, Ballack, Malouda, Kalou, Mikel, Lampard, Drogba Stoke City: Sorenson (Simonsen), Faye, Collins, Huth, Higginbotham, … Continue reading