SUN, 8:30AM ET
PAL3
LIV1
SUN, 11AM ET
HUL
TOT
SUN, 1:30PM ET
RBNY
REVS
SUN, 2:45PM ET
ACM
INT
SUN, 5PM ET
LAG
SEA
MON, 3PM ET
AST
SOU

Tag Archives: epl

3 Ways To Improve Transfer Deadline Day

Posted on by Robert Hay
Callejon

The hysteria of transfer Deadline Day has come and gone, and like a fraternity the day after hosting a “Back to Campus” party, a number of teams have to live with the consequences of their rushed decisions. On World Soccer … Continue reading

The Predicament Of Having A Glorified MLS Deadline Day Coverage Or Not

Posted on by Richard Farley
sky-sports-transfer-window

After two hours of watching Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, and Robbie Mustoe break down Deadline Day on NBCSN, I still can’t decide if this would be a good thing for Major League Soccer. The signal-to-noise ratio is ridiculously low, a … Continue reading

Manchester City vs Stoke City Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Chris Ryan
manchester-city

Coming off of a decisive 3-1 victory over last year’s Premier League runners up Liverpool, Manchester City will look to continue their perfect start to the early season with a lineup that will feature only a couple of changes. The … Continue reading

11 Great Resources For Soccer Fans

Posted on by Chris Moore
espn-world-cup-set

I should first start off by saying to always check out WorldSoccerTalk.com and the World Soccer Talk podcast for all of your soccer analysis, news, notes, opinions and scores. Now that the preambles are over, here are the remaining top … Continue reading

Tottenham: 5 Questions To Answer Before The Start Of The Season

Posted on by Richard Sunley
Spurs

Following the almost non-stop turmoil of last season, Tottenham’s 2014/15 pre-season has been notable for its lack of headlines. Aside from a well publicized attempt to snatch Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton, Spurs have just made a couple of low profile … Continue reading

Why the Trend Towards Younger Managers is a Positive Sign For Ryan Giggs at Manchester United

Posted on by Richard Sunley
ryan-giggs

With David Moyes finally getting the chop at Manchester United, the search for Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor goes back to square one. Since taking over from Ferguson last summer, Moyes has never looked entirely comfortable at the helm and his … Continue reading

Why Last Summer’s Gareth Bale and Luis Suarez Transfer Sagas Are Not Comparable

Posted on by Richard Sunley
luis-suarez-gareth-bale

As Liverpool edge towards an improbable league title and Tottenham fade away, many have taken the opportunity to compare the differing fortunes of the two clubs. Both teams started the season having finished outside the top four and were looking … Continue reading

How Southampton Has Turned Into This Season’s Surprise Team

Posted on by Todd Shenk
southampton

Southampton has become the biggest surprise of this Premier League season. After being promoted just last year, they have catapulted themselves into third place after the first 11 matches. Even more amazing, they have the chance to go top of … Continue reading

MLS ’13 – Accepting MLS as a Feeder League

Posted on by Robert Hay

In the United States, we are used to the best.  The best cars, the best electronics, the best TV shows, everything we have is the best.  Even if we did not make it or create it, we still want it … Continue reading

Defending David De Gea: 3 Reasons Why Manchester United Should Keep Him

Posted on by Todd Shenk
david-de-gea

The amount of hostility that David De Gea receives each week is somewhat bemusing to me. I know he’s made mistakes, but so have many other world class goalkeepers. In a way, it is part of the job, and especially … Continue reading

NFL Fans Hate Soccer But We Don’t Care

Posted on by Todd Shenk
nfl-fans

“It’s too boring.” “There’s never any scoring.” “They’re all pansies.” “They’re always rolling around on the ground pretending to be hurt.” These seem to be the standard arguments I get from my American football loving friends and acquaintances whenever soccer … Continue reading

My Proposal: No Yellows for Celebrations

Posted on by Robert Hay

This weekend, Tony Tchani became the latest victim of one of the dumbest soccer rules on the books.  After scoring his goal for a Toronto franchise that is probably at its lowest point, he ran off the pitch and jumped … Continue reading

Serie A clubs struggling in the Champions League

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Italy’s elite clubs are struggling in the Champions League and have struggled since 2000 despite two trophies won by Milan and one by Inter in the last decade. Italian clubs were the dominant force in the 1990s with Milan and … Continue reading

Live Blog: February 2 Matches

Posted on by Phillip Badger

Have a day off and stuck under a few feet of snow that seemingly won’t be cleared out until the middle of next week? Just need a place to chat during the matches while pretending to work? As yesterday, join … Continue reading

Posted in General, Leagues: EPL | Tagged , | 10 Comments

Report: UEFA Planning to Adopt MLS Scheduling

Posted on by Robert Hay

Recently we’ve shared that various soccer luminaries such as Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson has advocated a spring-to-fall schedule change in advance of the 2022 World Cup.  Now we find out that UEFA itself is advancing well past the … Continue reading

What Major League Euro Clubs Do You Want to See on a U.S. Tour?

Posted on by Robert Hay

Earlier this offseason, I posted a poll and question about what EPL teams you would like to see do a tour of the United States.  Since then we have seen Barcelona confirm a three-stop tour of the U.S., where they … Continue reading

Premier League Links Of The Day: January 7, 2010

Posted on by Footie Phantom

Let’s gear up for tomorrows FA Cup matches with a video. Take a look at the highlights from last years final. Here’s the links: Aston Villa shaken up [Caught Offside] Buy Beckham’s 2008 Porsche [Ebay] Manchester City played for the … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger Endorses Spring-to-Fall Football

Posted on by Robert Hay

Two of the more controversial things in the soccer world combined yesterday for an early Christmas present to both soccer bloggers and Don Garber. In an interview with Arsenal Magazine (and reported on The Telegraph website), Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger … Continue reading