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Premier League Gameweek 37: Open Thread

It’s hard to believe, but it’s the last weekend before the final Sunday of the 2009-10 Premier League season. I think you’ll agree that it’s been an incredible one both on and off the pitch. But before I get too nostalgic, there are still big games happening this weekend and […]

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5 Reasons Why Fulham Can Conquer America

This entry is in response to an article I read in February on EPL Talk. The article was entitled 5 Reasons Why Manchester City Can Conquer America. The Gaffer discussed Manchester City’s upcoming preseason tour of the United States. The writer mentions this could be an opportunity for Manchester City […]

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Video: Noel Gallagher on His World Cup Memories

English bands have been as important in my life as football has been. Ever since a friend of mine introduced me to The Clash some 15 years ago, the plethora of bands to emerge from the UK that have affected my intellect and overall well being have been staggering. Minus […]

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Fantasy Premier League Tips: Gameweek 36

First off, apologies for the lack of an article last week. As Arsene Wenger would no doubt put it – this was due to unforeseen circumstances. There’s no need to panic though, as fantasy football tips are back with a bang this weekend to help all you managers in that […]

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ESPN2 TV Ratings for Man City v Man United

A few weeks ago, ESPN2 achieved a record high TV viewing audience for a broadcast of a Premier League match on US television. That game on April 3, 2010 between Manchester United and Chelsea drew an audience of 526,000 viewers. And now with this past Saturday’s derby between Manchester City […]

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Love Glazer, Hate United: Man City Fans Take The Mickey

Manchester City supporters took the mickey out on Manchester United fans at Eastlands this past Saturday (see above picture), but it was the United supporters who were having the last laugh after Paul Scholes’s injury time winner. Still, you have to give credit to City supporters for being creative.

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Recap Of Saturday's Action In The EPL

Jermain Defoe puts Tottenham ahead With only three weeks to go until the final Saturday of competition the key races in the Premier League are heating up. Two key derbys, one in Manchester and the other in London, threw the races for first and fourth place back into uncertainty as […]

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Manchester City Confirm U.S. Summer Tour

Manchester City will be touring the United States this July as part of their pre-season preparation for the 2010-11 Premier League season. “The summer tour of America is going to be tremendously exciting for Manchester City,” said Manchester City chief executive Gary Cooke. “I am well aware of the support […]

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ESPN2 to Televise Manchester and North London Derbies Next Week

ESPN has been patient throughout this entire 2009-2010 Premier League season in regards to which matches they’ve been able to televise live on ESPN2. For the vast majority of games, they were B- level or C-level Premier League matches. But finally after their recent record-breaking Manchester United against Chelsea broadcast, […]

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U-S-A Chants At Premier League Matches Are Insulting

During Saturday’s Manchester United against Chelsea match at Old Trafford, you may have heard the sarcastic chants from Chelsea supporters of “USA, USA, USA.” The chants were directed at the Manchester United supporters. They were part tongue-in-cheek humor as well as a little bit of banter to wind up the […]

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Top 4 Anti-Bias

When I first started watching English football as a Yank six years ago, I was drawn to the best clubs and star players, like anyone would be.  But then I quickly realized that being a fan of one of the Big 4 clubs is no fun.   Since the ’02-’03 […]

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West Ham's Owners Expect Miracles From Mud

If there’s one positive about David Sullivan’s outburst last week, such was the reaction to it, he’ll hopefully keep quiet until the end of the season. It’s a tricky situation when you’re a chairman of a club struggling at the wrong end of the table, but sometimes, you’ve got to […]

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