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Tag Archives: Middlesbrough

Premier League: Gameweek Two (Your Running Commentary)

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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

Middlesbrough Musings: Week One – Tottenham And Transfers

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

I’ve decided to document my journey this season as I follow my new team Middlesbrough. Thanks again to all of you that left comments and suggestions on teams to follow for this season. This week’s goal was to do some … Continue reading

Hope Springs Eternal For Big Four Gatecrashers

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The first weekend of the Premier League is over, and what an entertaining weekend it was. Thirty two goals and an average of 3.2 goals per match, and a few surprise results. Who said the Premier League was boring?! Here … 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

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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

2008/2009 Premier League Table Predictions

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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

Social Experiments In Fandom: Choosing An EPL Side To Follow

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

As some of you might recall, I decided that for the upcoming season that I was going to leave Manchester United behind (the club I have followed since 1997-98) and find a new club to follow this year. I solicited … Continue reading

Football Shirts and Football Kits: Widest Selection

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Football shirts, we all love them. So, for the widest online selection of football shirts for Premier League teams, visit the EPL Talk Shop. We have soccer shirts for all 20 Premiership teams from Arsenal to Wigan Athletic and every … Continue reading

Premier League Teams Appearing Most Often On Setanta Sports

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In our continuing analysis of Premier League matches on TV, here are the teams that will be shown most frequently on Setanta Sports for the first few months of the 2008/2009 season, as of press time Liverpool, 7 times Everton, … Continue reading

Premier League Teams Appearing Most Often On Fox Soccer Channel

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In our continuing analysis of Premier League matches on TV, here are the teams that will be shown most frequently on Fox Soccer Channel for the first few months of the 2008/2009 season, as of press time: Arsenal, 6 times … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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

Top 5 Best Football Shirts Of 08/09 Premier League Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s a pretty sad reflection on the state of football shirt design when it’s much easier to pick the five worst ones than is to find the best kits for the 2008/2009 Premier League season. Many of the new shirt … Continue reading

Every Boro Shirt Has A Silver Lining

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Relief is on the way for Middlesbrough fans who often spill beer on their football shirts.Errea, the manufacturers of Boro’s new home and away football jerseys, have woven in flecks of titanium and silver into the new shirts making them … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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