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Tag Archives: Arsenal

Why the Champions League Trophy Is Out Of Reach For Arsenal

Posted on by Christopher Harris

After the Tuesday night defeat in the Champions League at the hands of Lionel Messi and a sublime performance from Barcelona, Arsenal supporters are at a crossroads and have an important decision to make. Do they want beautiful football or … Continue reading

What’s The Chances of Two All English European finals?

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

This mid-week is European week, which means Arsenal, Manchester United, Fulham and Liverpool will be playing for semi final spots in The Champions and Europa Leagues.  Always an eternal optimist – no sooner when the draws were announced I was … Continue reading

Phil Schoen Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

On Tuesday’s edition of the EPL Talk Podcast we have an interview I conducted with GolTV’s Phil Schoen. Phil covers the La Liga, the Bundesliga, Brazil, Colombia, as well as other circuits for GolTV, where he was been able of … Continue reading

Barcelona v Arsenal: Live Blog

Posted on by Jordan Acker

Today beginning at 2:15 pm ET (7:15 UK Time), I will be liveblogging the Barcelona against Arsenal UEFA Champions League match, with a little EPL chat mixed in. <a href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=d48a0e36e6″ mce_href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php/option=com_mobile/task=viewaltcast/altcast_code=d48a0e36e6″ >EPLTalk: Arsenal v. Barcelona Live Blog</a> Editor’s note: Whether … Continue reading

Barcelona-Arsenal: Barca Have Home Advantage And 2-2 Tie In Their Favour

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Barca will host Arsenal this week in the return leg of the Champions League as the Spaniards continue their quest to retain their crown as European champions. Barcelona appeared headed to an easy 2-0 victory before Arsenal mounted a comeback to … Continue reading

U-S-A Chants At Premier League Matches Are Insulting

Posted on by Christopher Harris

During Saturday’s Manchester United against Chelsea match at Old Trafford, you may have heard the sarcastic chants from Chelsea supporters of “USA, USA, USA.” The chants were directed at the Manchester United supporters. They were part tongue-in-cheek humor as well … Continue reading

Theo Walcott: Is He the Answer for Arsenal and England?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

It’s now April, 2010 – the World Cup and business end of the Premier League season both approach like a swarm of angry bees looking to sting before they’re stung. Injuries are piling up in England to key members of … Continue reading

Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

The quarterfinals of UEFA Champions League have not been a rousing success for England’s two representatives, though Arsenal’s late comeback against Barcelona has given a reason for hope at the end of the mid-week fixtures. On this edition of the … Continue reading

Arsenal Pulls Off Miracle Draw Against Barcelona

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There’s a magic about soccer that sometimes feels like hypnotism. Whenever a goal is scored, it’s almost as if everything that happened before it is erased from the person’s mind. On Wednesday night, never mind the fact that Arsenal was … Continue reading

Poll: Can Arsenal Beat Barcelona?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Who am I to outsmart Arsene Wenger, but I really feel that the Arsenal manager is making the wrong decision to play its typical brand of soccer against Barcelona in the Wednesday night Champions League match at Emirates Stadium. An … Continue reading

John Turnbull Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

John Turnbull is the proprietor of The Global Game and an editor of the book by the same name (uk, us). On Wednesday’s edition of the EPL Talk podcast he joins me to talk about the importance of football in … Continue reading

United Haven’t Even Got A Finger On The Title Yet

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

Another weekend, another twist in the race for the coveted prize of the Premier League. This weekend saw two different league leaders and one team slip a little off the pace. Seeing the reaction of Liverpool’s no. 1 fan Gary … Continue reading

The Big Match from 1974-75 and 1980-81: Must See TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

No matter whether you’re a fan of a particular Premier League club, the league itself or soccer in general, the above two videos should be required viewing so you can get a taste of how English soccer has changed as … Continue reading

Draw for Champions League Quarter-Finals Revealed

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The draw for the quarter-finals of the Champions League has been made, and there are some delightful matches drawn. Arsenal will play Barcelona – two of the most attractive to watch teams in the world. Manchester United will play Bayern … Continue reading

Oliver Kay Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Six weeks ago, Oliver Kay joined us ahead of the onset of UEFA Champions League’s Round of 16, venturing a prediction that the English Premier League teams would find this year’s tournament rougher than those of the preceding seasons. Today, … Continue reading

Hull City Search For A Hero

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In a strange yet understandable move, Hull City Chairman Adam Pearson has removed Phil Brown from his position as manager at the struggling side. It strikes me as strange as Brown has been moved on after an impressive, if limited, … Continue reading

What Was Your Highlight of the Premier League Weekend?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the advantages of Premier League clubs being more desperate for points at this stage of the season is that it means that we get to see more open matches. It also creates more end-to-end action. This past weekend … Continue reading