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Tag Archives: Newcastle United

Warren Barton Joins Fox Soccer Channel

Posted on by Christopher Harris

U.S. TV network Fox Soccer Channel will feature a new co-host and analyst for its Fox Soccer Match Day beginning Saturday, August 16, when former Wimbledon, Newcastle United and England defender Warren Barton joins the network. At Wimbledon, Barton made … 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

New Newcastle United Third Shirt For 2008/2009 Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The new Newcastle United third shirt for the 2008/2009 season has been unveiled, and it’s silver with a white trim. Designed by Adidas and sponsored by Northern Rock, the shirt will be worn today (August 9th) for the first time … 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

Shock Scores In Friendlies, But Do The Results Really Matter?

Posted on by Sam Dalton

Hull City, Bolton and Newcastle all suffered surprising friendly defeats against lower league sides in England on Saturday afternoon, but do the results of these pre-season fixtures really matter? Crewe, Macclesfield and Doncaster may be reveling in their victories over … Continue reading

Top 5 Worst Football Shirt Designs Of 08/09 Premier League Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sometimes it’s difficult to remove your team bias and the emotional connection you feel with the colors of your favorite club. But try, for a minute, to be objective and open minded as you read through EPL Talk’s list of … 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

The History Of English Football Before The Big Four

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sometimes it’s hard to believe because they monopolize the Premier League so much, but the Big Four in England have not always been the big four. Chelsea only joined the ranks in 2003. Prior to that, the league was topped … Continue reading

New 08/09 Newcastle United Away Shirt

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Newcastle United has unveiled their new away shirt for the 2008/2009 season. Modeled by Michael Owen, the blue shirt is designed in the new Adidas template. While the new Newcastle United kit looks attractive, it looks similar to Chelsea’s new … Continue reading

Top 10 Most Visited English Soccer Club Websites By U.S. Visitors

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester United is not just European champions as well as Premier League title holders. The team’s web site is also the number one most visited English football club by visitors from the United States. Here’s the top 10 list for … Continue reading

FA Cup: More Third Round replay shocks

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Blue Square Conference South club Havant and Waterlooville beat League One leaders Swansea 4-2 to book a dream trip to Anfield in the fourth round of the FA Cup on January 26. Richard Paquette, Jamie Collins and Rocky Baptiste gave … Continue reading

Breaking News: Kevin Keegan is Newcastle manager – again !

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

A news flash on the Newcastle United homepage tipped me off to this. It is official, Kevin Keegan is returning to Newcastle United as manager. It will be Kevin’s third stint at St. James’ Park. He arrived as a player … Continue reading

Road to Wembley: FA Cup 3rd Round Sunday Recap

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

After Saturday’s shocks, more David-v-Goliath matchups were on tap for Sunday. We start with Luton Town, who ignored the fact that they are 60 league places below Liverpool and forced a very deserved replay at Anfield. This was one of … Continue reading