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World Cup 2010 Day 18: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Brazil and the Netherlands are through to the quarterfinals of World Cup 2010 after Monday wins, sending Chile and Slovakia home while setting-up a match we’ve looked forward to since the tournament’s onset. To talk about that as well as the last two Round of 16 matches (taking place Tuesday) […]

World Cup 2010 Day 17: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Sunday’s highly anticipated match day featuring two great international football rivalries ended in a relative fizzle, with Germany defeating England (4-1) and Argentina defeating Mexico (3-1) by multi-goal margins. To talk about those matches and Monday’s two Round of 16 fixtures, I was joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna […]

World Cup 2010 Day 16: World Cup Buzz Podcast

The United States is out at the Round of 16, losing in extra time to Ghana, but did their play match the final score? The panel disagrees, discussing that, Uruguay’s win over South Korea, and tomorrow’s matched: England-Germany and Argentina-Mexico. It’s all on this edition of the World Cup Buzz […]

World Cup 2010 Day 15: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Group stage is over, with the final four survivors identified. Brazil and Spain are through, both as group winners, joined from their respective groups by Portugal and Chile. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz Podcast, Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna join me to talk about that as well […]

World Cup 2010 Day 14: World Cup Buzz Podcast

The world champions are out, Italy having been eliminated by Slovakia on Thursday. The Slovaks do through with Paraguay out of Group F, with the Netherlands and Japan, having beaten Denmark, advancing in second place. To talk about those results as well as Friday’s matches, I was joined by Laurence […]

Paul Scholes & Simon Davey Interviews: EPL Talk Podcast

During a recent visit to Florida, EPL Talk had the opportunity to sit down with Manchester United and England midfield legend Paul Scholes for an exclusive interview. Among the topics covered include: What makes the north west of England so much stronger than other parts of the country, What it […]

World Cup 2010 Day 13: World Cup Buzz Podcast

It was a glorious day for the United States and England, who move on from the World Cup’s Group C in first and second place. This weekend, they will meet Ghana and Germany, respectively – the two teams that qualify for the knockout rounds from Group D. To talk about […]

World Cup 2010 Day 12: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Uruguay, Mexico, Argentina and South Korea are through to the knockout stage of World Cup 2010, while South Africa, France, Greece and Nigeria are the first teams sent hope. To talk about the conclusion of Groups A and B and Wednesday, the final day for Groups C and D, I’m […]

World Cup 2010 Day 11: World Cup Buzz Podcast

​Portugal gave us our first true rout of the World Cup, beating North Korea 7-0, while Spain returned to their winning ways and Chile said goodbye to Valon Behrami and hello to first place in Group H. To talk about these three Monday matches and a Tuesday’s docket which will […]

Henry Winter Interview, World Cup: EPL Talk Podcast

​In this exclusive interview with author and writer Henry Winter, he discusses what makes the World Cup so different, Fabio Capello – the coach, his favorite memories from previous World Cups and more. Please note that the interview was recorded before the 2010 World Cup.

Henry Winter Interview, Premier League: EPL Talk Podcast

Author and journalist Henry Winter is the guest on the EPL Talk Vodcast. The famous English writer discusses the 2009-10 Premier League season, what it’s like to be covering soccer, some of the highlights of the season & much more. Please note that the interview was conducted before the World […]

World Cup 2010 Day 10: World Cup Buzz Podcast

​Brazil has clinched a place in the knockout stage, for which Kaká will be rested, thanks to a one match suspension. The defending world champion Italy were drawn by New Zealand, while Paraguay sits alone at the top of Group F after their win over Slovakia. To talk about these […]

World Cup 2010 Day 9: World Cup Buzz Podcast

​The Netherlands are the first team to have clinched a place in the second round, beating Japan, while Cameroon is the first be eliminated at World Cup 2010 after losing to Denmark. Also, we discuss Ghana only getting one point from 10-man Australia when myself, Laurence McKenna, and Kartik Krishnaiyer […]

World Cup 2010 Day 8: World Cup Buzz Podcsat

Was the United States robbed by the referee against Slovenia? Perhaps, but we were all robbed of a football match from England and Algeria, two results that overshadowed the days’ biggest surprise: the​ Serbian derailing of the Nationalmannschaft. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz podcast, I’m joined by […]

World Cup 2010 Day 7: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Argentina all-but-claimed Group B their own, rolling to a 4-1 victory over the South Koreans. Greece gets their first win in World Cup history at 10-man Nigeria’s expense, while Mexico earns Ireland’s most preferred nation status by push France to the proverbial precipice. Joining me to talk about that is […]

World Cup 2010 Day 6: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Switzerland pulls off the first major upset of the tournament, Chile broke out the Twister and got this party (re-)started, ​while Uruguay’s awakening has South Africa on the verge of going dormant. To talk about these matches as well the matches on Thursday’s agenda, I’m joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and […]

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The best soccer boots of 2015

The holiday season is coming and with Christmas shopping earlier than ever we thought now would be a good time to share with you the best soccer boots of 2015 ahead of purchasing a pair for your friends or children. With the top of the Premier League as exciting as […]

Why now’s the right time for Abby Wambach to retire from the USWNT

She’ll retire as women’s international soccer’s all-time leading scorer, but unlike the regret fans expressed as teammate Lauren Holiday brought her career to an end on Sunday in Orlando, Abby Wambach, long the figurehead of the U.S. women’s national team, faces a more mixed response with her announcement. According to today’s […]

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