Tag Archives: Everton

Why Fox Soccer Channel Viewers Need To Subscribe To Setanta Sports

Posted on by Christopher Harris

For soccer fans in the United States, it’s the $179.88 question. That’s the cost* for the next 12 months for hundreds of live football matches on Setanta Sports. But in these tough economic times, should you splash the cash? And, … Continue reading

How Often Your Favorite Premier League Club Will Be Shown On US TV

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While your Premier League brethren in the United Kingdom have to wait more than two months before they’ll be able to see all 20 clubs playing entire matches on television, viewers in the United States will only have to wait … Continue reading

Which Premier League Clubs You're Most Likely To See On UK TV

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Sky Sports and Setanta Sports recently unveiled their TV schedule for the 2008/2009 season. But out of the 53 Premier League matches currently scheduled through 1st December, which clubs will be shown most often on television? And what clubs will … Continue reading

Which Club Will Crack The Big Four This Season?

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<a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/810999/” >What club has the best chance of cracking the Big Four this season?</a> <br /> <span style=”font-size:9px;”> (<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”> polls</a>)</span>

Where's The Wisdom In Andy Johnson's Move From Everton To Fulham?

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Andy Johnson is on the brink of joining Fulham from Everton. The clubs have already agreed a £10.5 million transfer fee, so all that’s left is for Johnson to agree personal terms. Unless another club steps in with a higher … Continue reading

Top 20 Premier League Clubs Most Likely To Burn A Hole In Your Pocket

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This is one of those league tables where football fans may not want their club to do that well since it could indicate how greedy a club is. But football today is a business, and when it comes down to … Continue reading

The History Of English Football Before The Big Four

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Sometimes it’s hard to believe because they monopolize the Premier League so much, but the Big Four in England have not always been the big four. Chelsea only joined the ranks in 2003. Prior to that, the league was topped … Continue reading

Everton Goes Bananas

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In celebration of the city of Liverpool being Europe’s Capital of Culture, Goodison Park is the home for an unusual figurine: A lambanana! Named the Super St Domingo Lamb Banana, the figure was erected this morning in front of the … Continue reading

Everton Adds US Tour To Preseason Schedule

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Everton will be playing two friendlies in the United States this summer. According to ToffeeWeb, the club is rumored to be playing against Chicago Fire on July 30th and Colorado Rapids on August 3rd. Last July, Everton played a friendly … Continue reading

How The Champions League Final Revives The Idea Of The 39th Game

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As I sat down to watch the Champions League Final this past Wednesday, the first thought that entered my mind was how the final in Moscow was a preview of what the Premier League’s global expansion could look like. Football … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 31 March 2008

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Arsenal beat Bolton 3-2 at the Reebok, keeping mathematical title hopes alive.  The Gunners, with 10 men on the pitch, scored three goals to reverse a 2-0 deficit.  Diaby deserved his red card for raised studs.  Poor fortune averaged itself … Continue reading

Premier League Odds and Sods 3 March 2008

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Birmingham 4 – Tottenham 1 Spurs tried on the big boy pants, only to end up wearing them around their ankles. They had a sick party last weekend. This weekend they were simply sick. The rear guard is rubbish. Robinson … Continue reading

Has everyone forgotten how to tackle?

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

In the least shocking news of the week, Chelsea’s John Obi Mikel picked up yet another red card for a shockingly bad tackle. This time it was a sliding tackle and though the challenge was one-footed, Mikel came in with … Continue reading

FA Cup Ratings for Premier League Clubs

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The FA Cup Third Round relieved us from the dreariness of our normal robust Premier League schedule to enthrall us with live riveting matches like Pompey-Ipswich and grant us the opportunity to pay top dollar to watch Villa-Utd.  All 20 … Continue reading

Fact or Trash! Jan 2008 – Round 1

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Before I get started, a quick correction on yesterday’s post – QPR’s deals for Connolly and Ephraim are permanent moves and not just loan deals. I also neglected to mention a couple of “future star” signings that were made by … Continue reading

New Years Eve Odds and Sods

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Berbatov pads stats Against weaker opponents Bad news for Reading West Ham shocked Manchester United 2-1 at Upton Park.  It was West Ham’s third consecutive victory over United in the League.  The result was a bit unfair to Man U, … Continue reading

Christmas Eve Odds and Sods

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Robbie Keane bitches He whines he wanks he whinges Bottles when it counts Arsenal squeaked out a 2-1 win over Tottenham in the North London Derby. They were not very convincing, but, unlike last season, it was an unconvincing win. … Continue reading