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  1. Thoughts on the Hexagonal

    The United States got a rude welcome to 2009 this morning. A day after agreeing to a friendly with Sweden to conclude the traditional January camp, Bob Bradley’s men were handed an opening date of qualifying versus Mexico at home. … Continue reading

  2. Strange Day In The Premier League

    What a strange day it was in the Premier League on Saturday. Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United all failed to score. Aston Villa came within a whisker of beating Man United, which would have pushed them into third place. And … Continue reading

  3. Garber Speaks: Thoughts

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  4. Thoughts on the Hexagonal

    The United States got a rude welcome to 2009 this morning. A day after agreeing to a friendly with Sweden to conclude the traditional January camp, Bob Bradley’s men were handed an opening date of qualifying versus Mexico at home. … Continue reading

  5. Serie A Match Day 13 Schedule

    The main event on Saturday will be derby d’Italia between Inter Milan and visitors Juventus. Sunday’s center stage should be highflying Lazio against a rejuventated Genoa, (thank you very much Mr. Milito) both losers match day twelve to Roma and Juventus respectively. Lazio vs. Genoa might … Continue reading

  6. Gallas Stripped Of The Arsenal Captaincy

    The rumor’s flying around the soccer world are that William Gallas has been stripped of the Arsenal captaincy and dropped from the squad to play Manchester City tomorrow following the Frenchman’s outspoken comments about his teammates this week. While away … Continue reading

  7. US vs Guatemala Post Match Thoughts

    Great second half goals for Kenny Cooper and Freddy Adu pace the United States. Both players showed their quality tonight and surely left an impression on Bob Bradley. But the real excitement was elsewhere in CONCACAF. Mexico’s lack of composure, … Continue reading

  8. Worldwide Soccer Manager Interview

    On this episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, Johnathan Starling interviews Dan Gallardo, product manager of Worldwide Soccer Manager 2009. We discuss the new features on this year’s game, the new means of downloading the game and some of our … Continue reading

  9. US-Guatemala Thoughts

    Reuters Photo I’m traveling on business this week but figured I’d throw open this open thread on game. I’ll come back with some thoughts later and do want to mention Jamaica has an early goal against Canada and the announcement … Continue reading

  10. Matt Jansen Attempts A Last Hurrah

    Football is littered with players whose careers have been curtailed before their time, sometimes through off field excesses, sometimes by the wear and tear of top level football, but Matt Jansen is certainly one of those players who certainly had more … Continue reading

  11. Milan’s Galácticos

    The term “Galáctico“ has become a bad word in football since Real Madrid’s experiment of every year bringing in “superstars” failed.   Los Merengues went through chaos in that time period with too many coaches and too few trophies especially considering the talent they bought. … Continue reading