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Tag Archives: epl

The Anglo Angle – Former Inter Player Paul Ince Sacked As Manager

Posted on by Kevin Walker

  Always enjoyed watching Paul Ince in his glory days at Manchester United, Liverpool, Internazionale and of course appearances for England.  Scoring 72 goals during his career he wasn’t the most prolific but he had great pace and good passing ability and was of course uncompromising when tackling … Continue reading

England On The Verge Of Champions League Domination?

Posted on by Kevin Walker

One only need look to the winner’s table for the last decade and lack of dominance by English clubs at the highest level of European club competition is sobering.   Since 1999 there have been 3 titles won by English Premier League … Continue reading

Week 6 by the Numbers

Posted on by Mark

0 – Number of wins by Frankfurt, the last remaining winless team 5 – Total number of shots by Gladbach in their 0-1 defeat to Hamburg 7 – Goals scored by Patrick Helmes this season, that’s equal to or more … Continue reading

The Set: Seven Reasons the Bundesliga Is Better Than the EPL

Posted on by Double Pivot

st1:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } 1. Parity Okay, let’s not kid ourselves.  Not any team can win the Bundesliga.  But since the inception of the EPL in 1991, four teams have won the title: United, Blackburn, Chelsea and Arsenal, but United has won … Continue reading

UK Fantasy Football Games

Posted on by Kevin Walker

I’m yet to find a high quality Serie A fantasy footie game to manage so I still try my hand at picking the best Premier League team just like the rest of you.  The English Premier League season starts in two … Continue reading

Premier League Faces Identity Crisis

Posted on by Christopher Harris

A brand name is perhaps a company’s biggest asset. It’s something that should be guarded. Unfortunately, the Premier League simply doesn’t get it and, as a result, is facing an identity crisis. Currently all around the world, England’s ultimate soccer … Continue reading

The New Gaffer: Introducing Klinsmann at Bayern München

Posted on by Mark

July 1st saw the formal beginnings of five coaches’ tenures at the helms of Bundesliga clubs. Over the next several weeks every Thursday we’ll introduce these men to you. Our series of profiles begins with Bayern München’s Jürgen Klinsmann, striker … Continue reading

German (In)discipline: The Bundesliga’s Most Booked

Posted on by Mark

Football is not always a beautiful game; sometimes bookings are necessary. This season was no different in Germany, even if statistically player discipline was comparatively better than in the past several seasons. While goal scorers have the Torjägerkanone (awarded by … Continue reading

Transfer market roundup – Winners and Losers

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

I know I had said that I would do this roundup before Saturday’s matches but I didn’t say which Saturday ! Seriously though I do apologize for not posting this sooner but things got busy in arranging and finalizing my … Continue reading

Vote for EPL Talk

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

EPL Talk has been nominated in two categories for the Soccerlens 2007 Awards Readers’ Choice Poll. If your a fan of this site and podcast, please take a moment and vote for us in the categories of Best EPL Blog … Continue reading