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Tag Archives: NFL

How NFL Season Ticket Prices Compare to the Premier League: Special Report

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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While many soccer fans in England and Wales complain that season ticket prices at Premier League clubs are ridiculously high, the prices seem like bargains when compared to how NFL teams in the United States are fleecing fans. In a … Continue reading

Analyzing The Fans’ Experience Between NFL And England Matches At Wembley

Posted on by Andrew Puopolo
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Wembley Stadium, London, England. The home of English soccer, having hosted England internationals, cup finals and promotion playoffs since the original Wembley opened in 1923. However, the stadium has recently become the home of a different type of football, American … Continue reading

Website Football As Football Merging NFL And Soccer Closer Together

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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Many have often stated the difference between American Football and Soccer is rather profound with there being little evidence, at least on the pitch, to suggest that statement is untrue. However, a website by the name of Football as Football has … Continue reading

NFL Fans Hate Soccer But We Don’t Care

Posted on by Todd Shenk
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“It’s too boring.” “There’s never any scoring.” “They’re all pansies.” “They’re always rolling around on the ground pretending to be hurt.” These seem to be the standard arguments I get from my American football loving friends and acquaintances whenever soccer … Continue reading

Is Unrestricted Free Agency a Model that Soccer Should Consider?

Posted on by Stephen Lucey

Editor’s note: This is part two of a series of articles written by Stephen Lucey. Part one, released earlier this week, focused on whether a salary cap could save the Premier League from itself. Part two, here, discusses unrestricted free … Continue reading

Adventures On The High Seas With ESPN, Dwight Yorke and Andrew Cole

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This week on EPL Talk we’ll bring you exclusive interviews from some of the biggest names in English football such as Andrew Cole and Dwight Yorke, as well as an interview with ESPN pundit Shaka Hislop. Our coverage began last … Continue reading

Breaking News: Gold And Sullivan Reveal West Ham's True Debt

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In a refreshing change of events, former Birmingham City owners, David Gold and David Sullivan took control of the Hammers and admitted straightaway the mess that West Ham United have been battling with. Since the crashing collapse of the Icelandic … Continue reading

USL Should Compete Directly against MLS

Posted on by Mitch Howard

The United Soccer Leagues has been a doormat to the MLS for too long.  They have allowed MLS to walk all over them.  MLS has taken multiple cities from the USL to put into their league and have not suffered … Continue reading

Americanizing Soccer for the U.S. Sports Fan pt. 2

Posted on by Mitch Howard

In order for Soccer to make it to the U.S. sports fan’s main menu, it must play a schedule that has both sense and purpose.  An American professional soccer league must begin play every year 1-2 weeks before the Major League baseball season begins … Continue reading

Premier League Wants To Be The NFL

Posted on by Christopher Harris

You may have missed an article by Oliver Kay in The Times this past weekend that featured a very revealing interview with Manchester City executive chairman Garry Cook regarding the future of the Premier League. The headline perfectly sums up … Continue reading