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  • Saturday, February 13

    Dortmund vs. Hannover, 9:30am, FS2 & FOX Soccer 2GO

  • Saturday, February 13

    Real Madrid vs. Athletic, 10am ET, beIN SPORTS & fuboTV

  • Saturday, February 13

    Valencia vs. Espanyol, 2:30pm ET, beIN SPORTS en Espanol and fuboTV

  • Saturday, February 13

    Juventus vs. Napoli, 2:45pm ET, beIN SPORTS & fuboTV

Portugal (Brazil 2014 World Cup Preview)

The pod question if Portugal are the side that they are billed to be as the World Cup begins. Exciting? At times. Frustrating? More often. The huge star is there but with the talent surrounding him can Portugal make a run at the World Cup? A dark horse, front-runner or […]

France (Brazil 2014 World Cup Preview)

After so much turbulence in recent years France are back to…well…this side. Somewhat of a compromise side when you look at what the team could and should have been. Yet, there is almost a belief that this team might have shirked some of the issues that previous generations of the […]

England (Brazil 2014 World Cup Preview)

The 30 came out and England rejoiced that the squad actually looks somewhat adventurous. Roy Hodgson at the head of it though and so there is a tapered optimism in England for the World Cup. Listen to the podcast team preview their starting 11, who will be a key men […]

Foregone (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

As so much of the season was decided before the last weekend, this final weekend didn’t feel like it did the season justice. But when you look back, this really has been one of the most mixed up, compelling and downright surprising seasons of the Premier League. There was absence […]

Down (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

Here we go then! It’s almost finish line time but already the runners are breaking away. Relegated? Yes, unless the technicality around ineligibility comes back to bite Sunderland: bringing Norwich and friends back into the fold. The second coming? Giggs might not be so sure anymore… At the top of […]

Were Gonna Win The League (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

Again! Things have changed and Man City find themselves in the driving seat whilst Chelsea march on: where are Chelsea marching? At least they are marching out of the ‘middle-ages’ with their buses in toe. Mourinho was rightly very happy with an Anfield victory and arguably outthought Brendan in many […]

Interview With Charlie Stillitano About the 2014 International Champions Cup

Today we feature an exclusive interview with Charlie Stillitano to discuss the 2014 International Champions Cup tournament as well as some of the high-profile friendlies involving national teams that will be playing in the States this summer. The eight teams participating in the tournament this summer across the United States […]

Nor-were-we (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

That isn’t it though is it? Chelsea still have to visit Liverpool and Liverpool still have to visit Palace and City still have all of those games in hand. But at least something is sure for Brendan’s men: Champions League football next season. As Stevie says: “We go again” on […]

April 15th (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

Wow eh? On this weekend too. Liverpool with a late and dramatic victory to seal monumental win over the league favourites. Ask Brendan Rodgers if he expected that at the beginning of the season eh? Elsewhere, Spurs had a massive draw with West Brom, or was it the other way […]

Capital Punishment (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

Don’t worry. Things are really changing up in the league, from week to week. So much so that the pod decided to change things up too…they are together in Euston on a reduced scale. Just Kris and Laurence as they decide to step out into Euston. It’s only for one […]

That Escalated Quickly (World Soccer Talk Special Podcast)

If you thought that last weekend was weird for football then this one will have you shocked by what can change in such a short space of time. However, that doesn’t bode well for our top or bottom sides who find themselves locked in battle for supremacy: either to stay […]

It’s Not R… (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

A bizarre weekend in English Football! Go take a look. Really! It was. So the pod sit down and leave Kartik Krishnaiyer a very long message. Arsene now has a lil time to think whilst Mou and his men move forward…and upward. Can they keep their position in the table […]

Blue With Envy (World Soccer Talk Special Podcast)

Finally, Kartik Krishnaiyer has released a book: ‘Blue With Envy’. To celebrate the pod sit down and quiz Kartik about his football history and motivation behind writing about his experiences as a City fan; how he found his team; watching soccer in the US; anglophilia and his ‘author lessons’. World, […]

Interview With DishWorld (World Soccer Talk Special Episode)

In previous years, we’ve kept you updated on the latest developments about how to watch soccer on television and the Internet by interviewing executives from FOX Soccer, Setanta Sports, ESPN, FOX Soccer 2Go, ITVN and others. With one of the biggest matches on the world soccer calendar just days away […]

What? (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

Stop the presses (the ones still in existence) and all look at Manchester United. What is going on? Why are they losing? Is such big loss really so bad in the grand scheme of David Moyes? If penalties are the yard-stick for failure then United have huge problems. The podcast […]

Kostly Week (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

It was a weekend of mixed competition. Cup, league: and to trail it all there was international football. So the pod take you all over the world with a range of views and news from around the competitions. United get their second convincing result as they look forward to greeting […]

Cups That Do/n’t Count (World Soccer Talk Review Podcast)

It was the League Cup Final weekend and the World Soccer Talk team is here to break down all the action. The pod discusses FFP and whether it is actually fair as well as whether Sol Campbell would have really been England Captain for a decade.  World, let’s Talk Soccer: […]

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Alex Teixeira joins Chinese Super League club in £38 million move

Brazilian midfielder Alex Teixeira became China’s third record signing in just over a week on Friday when Jiangsu Suning snapped him up for 50 million euros ($56 million) — following earlier interest from English giants Liverpool. China’s latest monster move came only three days after Guangzhou Evergrande paid 42 million […]

Can Sarri and Higuain lead Napoli to glory?

Recent history is propelling Napoli, as is the leadership of Maurizio Sarri and goals of Gonzalo Higuain. Luca Cetta asks if the pair can take Napoli to a long-awaited Scudetto, or can Juventus or Inter spoil the party? Founder of Naples’ most read daily, Il Mattino, Greek-Italian journalist Matilde Serao […]

Ways to become a pro at soccer betting

A lot of people take betting lightly and make decisions based on sheer luck. However, this ignorance can cause them to lose all their money. The most imperative thing to understand is that betting is not a child’s game. There are professional gamblers out there for whom this is business, […]

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