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Tag Archives: Football Weekly

What Will Be Your Online Destinations During World Cup 2010?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Many of us will wake up on Monday morning feeling slightly depressed that the 2009-10 Premier League season is over. All that’ll remain from the English football season will be the FA Cup Final, Europa League Final and playoff matches … Continue reading

ESPN’s New Bundesliga Correspondent’s Nervous First Week?

Posted on by Double Pivot

Salma Mitha has joined the ESPN Soccernet podcast this week as their Bundesliga correspondent. While it is understandable that the great Uli Hesse-Lichtenberger wouldn’t have time to spend on a podcast, I do feel that it was a positive sign … Continue reading

EPL Talk: Runner-Up In Best British Blog Category

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Thanks to everyone who voted for EPL Talk in the 2008 Soccerlens Awards. Alas, EPL Talk didn’t win, but we did achieve the runner-up spot in the Best British Blog category, as well as having the honor of narrowly beating … Continue reading

Podcast Review: The Third Half

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It may be just me, but lately I’ve been burned out listening to podcasts. So much so that my weekly diet of half a dozen different shows has now dwindled down to one or two. The same goes for non-soccer … Continue reading

Interview With Raphael Honigstein

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The new Bundesliga season is just days away, so Bundesliga Talk writers Mark Moll and Double Pivot decided to interview one of the preeminent writers and authors on the topic of German soccer, Raphael Honigstein. Many readers may know Honigstein … Continue reading

BBC Launches Euro 2008 Blog

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There are only 11 days (or 264 hours) between now and the beginning of Euro 2008, and it all seems a lot like World Cup 2006 all over again.To me, World Cup 2006 was the zenith of soccer coverage on … Continue reading