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Tag Archives: Everton

Ten Football Stories To Make You Go Hmm

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Here are the top 10 football-related stories today that caught my eye: Newcastle’s Tony Jimenez In UAE To Find Club Buyer (Arabian Business) The Return Of The Ligapokal (Bundesliga Talk) La Liga Team Of The Week: Numancia (La Liga Talk) … Continue reading

Premier League August Report And September Forecast -2

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Here I go again with August’s report card and September prediction/expectation for another 6 clubs from England’s finest football league.     Aston Villa Aston Villa had a flying start to the season when they outplayed a somewhat disorganized Manchester … Continue reading

Premier League Gameweek Three (Your Running Commentary)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Some of the biggest storylines from the opening two weeks of the new Premier League season have been the surprising displays by Hull, Stoke, Middlesbrough and Newcastle. All four teams are playing today in matches that will show whether their … Continue reading

Premier League Wants To Be The NFL

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You may have missed an article by Oliver Kay in The Times this past weekend that featured a very revealing interview with Manchester City executive chairman Garry Cook regarding the future of the Premier League. The headline perfectly sums up … Continue reading

Everton Launches New Third Kit For 2008/2009 Season

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Add Everton to the hall of shame that includes Chelsea and Wigan. All three teams are guilty of producing yellow flourescent shirts that are absolutely horrible. I mean, come on, who would actually buy these shirts and wear them in … Continue reading

Premier League: Gameweek Two (Your Running Commentary)

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Gameweek two of the Premier League features several intriguing match-ups. Liverpool faces their bogey team Middlesbrough. Tottenham is looking for their first points of the season at home against Sunderland, which is quickly being transformed into a contender. Everton faces … Continue reading

Tiago Rejects Everton Advance

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What I’m hearing is Juventus midfielder Tiago Mendes has rejected a 12-month loan move to English side Everton. Sounds like the Turin club had tried to transfer the player to either Tottenham or Newcastle but those talks broke down and Everton … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Dazzles With Opening Day Premier League Performance

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The most impressive side I watched, by far, on Saturday was Middlesbrough. The link-up play between Tuncay, Alves, Downing, Aliadiere and, later, Mido was sensational. Wheater was also impressive. At times, it was like watching Brazil with all of the … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Channel Drops The Ball With Premier League TV Coverage

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The opening day of the new 2008/2009 Premier League season is over, and there was plenty of entertainment in store. We’ll share our opinions of what we saw on the pitch over the next few days. But first, for viewers … Continue reading

Premier League Predictions: Gameweek One

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

It’s amazing how things can sometime go full circle. It feels weird blogging back here again, but it’s safe to say I’m back. For those who don’t know me, I’m Johnathan Starling. Started out blogging on the old Community and … Continue reading

Setanta Sports Adds Video Forum To North American Websites

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Setanta Sports North America has added a new feature to its U.S. and Canadian websites. The new feature allows you, the viewer, to voice your opinion by uploading a video recorded on your webcam or computer. The first topic is: … Continue reading

Everton FC Launches Redesigned Website

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The design of official Premier League club websites is becoming as predictable as the race for the Big Four. Late last week, Everton launched a new design of its EvertonFC.com website and surprise, surprise — it looks like most other … Continue reading

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2008/2009 Premier League Table Predictions

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Here are my predictions of how I think the Premier League will finish at the end of the 2008/2009 season. Manchester United will continue to excel, while I believe Spurs have the talent and determination to break into the top … Continue reading

Who Has The Strongest Substitutes Bench In The Premier League?

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In the race for the Premier League title, a big factor of whether a team can succeed is not so much the talent on the pitch but rather off it. In a long season of 38 Premier League matches as … Continue reading

Interview with Iain McNee, Founder Of The Onion Bag

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WARNING: We have received several complaints from readers in the past few weeks where they have not received the merchandise they have ordered. Plus they have not received replies from the owner of the site. Based on recent interactions with … Continue reading

Required Reading Material For Followers Of Premier League

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Here are several interesting articles I came across during the past few days which may be of interest to many of you passionate fans: “Soccer’s Billion-Dollar Players” — What Credit Crunch? The biggest soccer players and clubs are drowning in … Continue reading

Everton Launches New Everton Away Shirt For 2008/2009 Season

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Everton has officially unveiled their new away shirt for the 2008/2009 season. The white Umbro shirt, sponsored by Chang, will be available for sale from Friday (check the EPL Talk Shop for more details). The Toffees will be sporting a … Continue reading

Everton And Newcastle Could Be On The Chopping Block

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Sunday newspapers in England are reporting that Everton and Newcastle United could be sold in the near future. If both clubs are sold to foreigners, that’ll mean 11 out of the 20 Premier League clubs will be foreign owned. … Continue reading