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  1. Famous Soccer Celebrities On Plaxo

    Previously on EPL Talk, we identified some of the top footballers on MySpace and Facebook. Now it’s the turn of Plaxo, the online address book used by more than 40 million people worldwide. Steve Sampson. It’s pretty sad when someone … Continue reading

  2. Americans Abroad: The weekend that was

      England §  Clint Dempsey entered the game in the 60th minute in Fulham’s draw vs. Swansea City. §  Tim Howard played 90 minutes in Everton’s 3-1 win against Aston Villa. §  Brad Friedel played 90 minutes in Aston Villa’s … Continue reading

  3. Avoiding Eurosnobbery

    Eurosnoberry is found throughout the English language football press. While most commentators who work for English language mediums have inherent biases some are actually better than others. Other European based press is equally bad if not worse than the English … Continue reading

  4. The Beckham Saga: Eurosnoberry 201

    Our good friend Nordecke Luchador of Columbus Crew fame has penned a worthy successor to our column from yesterday. Check it out here.

  5. John Kerr Interview

    On Episode 111 of the EPL Talk Podcast, Johnathan Starling interviews John Kerr, the first American to play in the old English first division. We discuss what it was like to be a kid around the New York Cosmos during … Continue reading

  6. Serie A Roundup – Week 24

    Week 24 of the Serie A featured two massive top of the table matchups.  The headliner of course being the Derby della Madonnina.  The Milan derby was an exciting match with its share of controversy.  Adriano’s opening goal was clearly … Continue reading

  7. Is Michael Owen Past It?

    The question is simple. Can Michael Owen still perform at the highest level? While many would say no, he’s past it, he’s too injury prone and when he is on the pitch he doesn’t do anything anyway, I tend to … Continue reading

  8. The Beckham Saga: Eurosnobbery 101

    Eurosnobs have taken control of English language world football. Between the media whose primary focus is European leagues and European World Cup qualifying ( Tim Vickery of the BBC, and Martin Rogers of Yahoo! are very notable exceptions to this … Continue reading