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John Kerr Interview: Questions Please

John Kerr, the first American ever to play in the top division in England, will be the guest in a future episode of the EPL Talk Podcast, the only Premier League interview show on the Internet. Kerr is a trailblazer in the history of American soccer. He made his debut […]

Help Decide Who EPL Talk Should Interview Next

The first EPL Talk Podcast episode of 2009 will feature Martin Tyler as our esteemed guest (there’s still time between now and Sunday night to submit your questions to the guest). But, in the meantime, I need your assistance to help decide who should be the guest we interview for […]

Martin Tyler Interview: Questions Please

Martin Tyler will be the featured guest on the first 2009 episode of the EPL Talk Podcast. The number one football commentator in the world began his commentating career in 1974, and was recently voted as the Premier League Commentator of The Decade. If you’ve listened to an episode of […]

Vote For EPL Talk In The 2008 Soccerlens Awards

Fellow blogger and friend Ahmed Bilal over at Soccerlens has launched the 2008 edition of the Soccerlens Awards, and EPL Talk has been nominated in two categories: Best British Blog and Best Football Podcast. If you haven’t voted yet, please take 30 seconds and vote for EPL Talk in the […]

FIFA 09 Interview With Aaron McHardy

The interview about FIFA 09 with Aaron McHardy from EA Sports is now available on the EPL Talk Podcast. Interviewed by Johnathan Starling, McHardy discusses the latest features of FIFA 09 as well as answering questions from you, the readers, and chatting about his playing career which included participating in […]

Book Review: Perry Boys

(Note: I incorrectly quoted a passage from the book that made it seem like the author had made light of a stabbing/slashing incident. It was my misreading of the passage. I’ve since re-written that section of the review. My sincerent apologies to Ian Hough and to you readers for my […]

Interview With Newcastle Legend Warren Barton

Former Newcastle and Wimbledon defender Warren Barton will make his Fox Soccer Channel debut this Saturday as analyst for Fox Soccer Match Day. If you had the pleasure of watching Newcastle shine in the late 90s under Kevin Keegan, you’ll no doubt remember the probing runs by Barton down the […]

EPL Talk Ranked Second Most Valuable Soccer Blog

EPL Talk is the second most valuable soccer blog according to the list of the Top 100 Most Valuable Sports Blogs researched by Juiced Sports Blog.The criteria used to compile the list measured the number of links, Google Page Rank, traffic rank and other factors. In the Top 100, EPL […]

Tim Vickery Interview

Episode 105 features an interview with Tim Vickery, one of the most astute writers on the topic of South American football and a co-host of the BBC World Football Phone-In Show as well as writer for World Soccer Magazine and Sports Illustrated. Vickery has lived in Brazil since 1994. His […]

Housekeeping Notes

The EPL Talk Podcast has been nominated for a Football FanCast Podcast of 2007/2008 Award. Please take 30 seconds and vote for EPL Talk now. No registration required, and thanks in advance for your vote. We don’t make a single dime from the podcasts, so if you can show your […]

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Stay Tuned…

Make sure you check back here at halftime, and again at full-time, of today’s Champions League semifinal first leg at Anfield. As I did in both games of the Liverpool-Arsenal tie, I’ll have my halftime and post-match thoughts for you to undoubtedly pick apart. For those of you want to […]

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CONCACAF Cup: Mexico’s defense looks surprisingly settled ahead of USA playoff

There’s a sense of creeping dread familiar to Mexican soccer fans, that sinking feeling that occurs when the opposition progresses past the midfield and is driving at the back line: “Oh no. We can’t stop them.” Mexico has a long history of great goalkeepers and defensive midfielders. Defenders? El Tri hasn’t […]