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ONE YEAR TO GO: Will World Champs or World Chumps be flying to South Africa?

To fans of Calcio it’s still as vivid as ever: The vision of Fabio Cannavaro lifting the World Cup aloft remains the proudest of Italian memories in a difficult recent history. But with one year to go before the 19th World Cup Final, Cannavaro and his Azzurri have a lot […]

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Welcome to Major League Soccer Talk

Since the year the league began in 1996, Major League Soccer (MLS) has transitioned from a league that many thought wouldn’t survive into one that’s making waves around the world. Major League Soccer Talk will capture the sights and sounds of the league courtesy of your host, Kartik Krishnaiyer. I […]

Join The 2008/2009 Fantasy Premier League

Great news. The Premier League has opened the doors to its 2008/2009 Fantasy Premier League, and on behalf of EPL Talk, I’d like to invite you to join our private league. To play for free against hundreds of football fans from around the world, here’s all you have to do: […]

Ten Premier League Players To Watch In 2010

A new decade, a new year, and 10 players I’ll be keeping a watchful eye on for one reason or another in 2010. We all know Drogba, Rooney, Torres, Defoe and the lot will get their 20+ goals and single handily place their teammates on their shoulders and march onwards. […]

Sturridge Has To Step Up In Place Of Drogba

The top four heavyweights in the Premier League are all immense forces it has to be said, but they are most tested when without their talisman. Look at Liverpool without Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard, and how Arsenal have at times struggled without Robin Van Persie against Sunderland and Burnley. […]

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