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Poll: Predicting Tottenham Hotspur Against Real Madrid

Tuesday night’s Champions League game between Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur will be an eyeopening event. Knowing Spurs, anything can happen. They could get thrashed. They could settle for a nil-nil draw or they could turn the match into a goalscoring frenzy. We do know that Karim Benzema will be […]

Ticket Details for Seattle Sounders vs Manchester United Announced

Tickets for Manchester United’s July 20 game against Seattle Sounders at Qwest Field are now on sale through OneUnitedUSA.com, the Manchester United Membership and Supporters Club of America. OneUnitedUSA.com members had first access to buying the tickets, but now tickets for the United-specific section of Qwest Field are open to […]

F****ing What? (Weekend Review Show): EPL Talk Podcast

In this week’s show, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer discuss the major headlines from this past Premier League weekend dissecting everything from Manchester United’s comeback (and Wayne Rooney’s torrent of swear words) to Arsenal and Chelsea’s failure to get all three points, as well as all of the other games […]

F****ing What? (EPL Review Show)

In this week’s show, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer discuss the major headlines from this past Premier League weekend dissecting everything from Manchester United’s comeback (and Wayne Rooney’s torrent of swear words) to Arsenal and Chelsea’s failure to get all three points, as well as all of the other games […]

Empathy for Arsenal and Chelsea Supporters

The cliche line is that football (i.e. soccer) is a funny old game. In truth though, it can be a sad and very cruel game. I’ll explain why in a moment. If you’re a Manchester United supporter today, you’re probably feeling on top of the world. If you support Chelsea, […]

MLS Week Three Open Thread

Columbus opened the weekend with a 2-0 victory last night over a ten-man FC Dallas team.  But today has a full slate of intriguing match-ups.  Storylines to watch include: Can the Union grab an eye-opening point or three and get a result on the road against LA? Will New England be […]

Premier League Saturday, Gameweek 31: Open Thread

The torture of the international break is over. Even the term, “international break,” is derogatory. It implies that the players went on holiday overseas for a couple of weeks, or took a break from Premier League action when in actual fact the opposite is mostly true. Many of them competed […]

Feuerstein’s Fire Episode #51 & CONCACAF Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg Re-Cap

Monday, April 4th 8:00PM EDT – 5:00PM PDT Guests: Kevin McCrudden Publisher of Soccer Long Island Magazine NASL Preview 30 Minute Segment Minnesota: Brian Quarstad of Inside Minnesota Soccer .com Montreal: Steven Beauregard of Soccer Montreal Carolina: Neil Morris of The Independent of Cary/Durham & Raleigh North Carolina Tampa Bay: […]

The Return of the Gentleman’s Game to English Football

Photo by Leslie Millman-Manchesterunitedman1 Born in England, football has always been considered by purists as a gentleman’s game. But lately the notion seems reserved for nostalgic old-timers, pining fuddy-duddies ignorant of the modern game’s evolution. The growth of the sport in the last decade, particularly in its founding nation, has […]

Why The FA’s Respect Campaign Is A Waste Of Time

The Respect campaign is five years old this season, so how’s that going? Well, it depends on how you judge such things. The view of the players, as voiced by players union head Clarke Carlisle is that behaviour of players has improved and that there is simply more focus on those […]

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