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Tag Archives: Manchester City

Manchester City v Manchester United: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This is it. The match that means everything to both teams. Manchester City against Manchester United. If you remember, the league game between both sides at Old Trafford last autumn was one of the highlights of the season. The deciding … Continue reading

Manchester United v Manchester City: Classic 1982-83 Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s time to take any walk down memory lane. This time to 1982 for the Manchester derby. We have the first half of the match featured on The Big Match with Brian Moore and Jim Rosenthal. And what a derby … Continue reading

Manchester City Confirm U.S. Summer Tour

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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 … Continue reading

ESPN2 to Televise Manchester and North London Derbies Next Week

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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 … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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 … Continue reading

Top 4 Anti-Bias

Posted on by Phillip Badger

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 … Continue reading

West Ham's Owners Expect Miracles From Mud

Posted on by Paul Bestall

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 … Continue reading

How an EPL Club Can Conquer America In 7 Easy Steps

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There is talk that Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur could be playing friendlies in the United States this summer. It’s music to my ears and I’m sure many other soccer fans in America. But while teams in the … Continue reading

The England Outsiders#2 Full-Backs

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With less than 3 months to go until England’s first group game against the U.S.A on June 12th in the World Cup and one particular pair of positions are causing more problems than anyone envisaged. At full strength, the English … Continue reading

AJ for England?

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

With a little under three months left to the World Cup, the excitement is building up in the air over England’s chances and who gets a plane ticket to South Africa. There are a few obvious ‘shoe-ins’ in the wide … Continue reading

What Was Your Highlight of the Premier League Weekend?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the advantages of Premier League clubs being more desperate for points at this stage of the season is that it means that we get to see more open matches. It also creates more end-to-end action. This past weekend … Continue reading

How To and How Not To Handle Publicity In Manchester

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Two stories coming out of Manchester today couldn’t be more opposite. The blue half will garner an incredible amount of respect and praise for its plans to spend an obscene amount of money to redevelop the area around the City … Continue reading

Claudio Reyna Interview (Part 1): EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

Claudio Reyna played midfield for Manchester City and Sunderland after stints with Rangers, VfL Wolfsburg and Bayer Leverkusen, earning the nickname Captain America along the way. Last week, I sat down with Claudio at the Adidas World Cup Media Day … Continue reading

The Importance Of A Defensive Midfielder

Posted on by Daniel Craggs

When watching Manchester City’s fantastic 4-2 Victory away to league leaders Chelsea, one thing was paramount in that game and it wasn’t Wayne Bridge V John Terry,  Two red cards, Manchester City’s flowing football, Shay Given’s commanding goal keeping or Roberto Mancini’s … Continue reading

Chelsea 2-4 Man City: Walking In A Tevez and Bellamy Wonderland

Posted on by Christopher Harris

As bizarre as it may sound, if Manchester City could play against Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal each week, they’d be in a better league position than they are now. City continue to look flaccid when they play teams such … Continue reading

Can Joe Hart Become England's Number One?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With just over 15 weeks left until the 19th World Cup begins in South Africa and one player is making a real case to force his way in to the starting line up. Joe Hart could have been put out … Continue reading

When A Soccer Match Feels Like A Nil Nil

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the Manchester City against Liverpool game on Sunday, it felt like I was watching a tedious chess game. There was little fluidity to the game and mistakes were plentiful. Just as one team made a move, the opposition would … Continue reading

ESPN2 Will Televise Man United v Chelsea in April

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN2 received some good news Friday when the Premier League announced the list of games that have had their kickoff times moved to be shown during key television times. During April, ESPN2 will televise what many believe will be the … Continue reading