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Tottenham Hotspur Launches New Website Redesign

Not to be outdone by its London rivals, Tottenham Hotspur has recently launched a redesigned version of its website at http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/ The new Spurs site features a sleek design but it’s nothing new in comparison to other recently redesigned sites such as the ones from Chelsea and Portsmouth. In fact, […]

Website Review: Portsmouth Football Club

Over the next several weeks, EPL Talk will be reviewing all of the websites for the 20 Premier League clubs. The first club website to be reviewed is Portsmouth and for good reason. It’s one of the best ones in the Premiership. If you’ve ever met a Portsmouth fan, you’ll […]

Premier League Odds and Sods 4 Feb 2008

After this weekend a Google search for “Sven” and “Up the Arse” won’t lead you astray as Arsenal defeated Manchester City 3-1 away from home to move to the top of the table. Adebayor dropped a deuce, scoring in his eighth straight match. Eduardo also controlled a ball magnificently with […]

FA Cup Ratings for Premier League Clubs

The FA Cup Third Round relieved us from the dreariness of our normal robust Premier League schedule to enthrall us with live riveting matches like Pompey-Ipswich and grant us the opportunity to pay top dollar to watch Villa-Utd.  All 20 Premier League clubs participated at the weekend and here are […]

Boxing Day Odds and Sods

Destiny entwined Two hundred thousand a week Major malfunction Liverpool beat Derby 2-1 on a late winner by Steven Gerrard. It was another unfortunate result for Derby who should have earned at least a draw for dominating Liverpool in the second half. The Reds were once again plagued by their […]

Christmas Eve Odds and Sods

Robbie Keane bitches He whines he wanks he whinges Bottles when it counts Arsenal squeaked out a 2-1 win over Tottenham in the North London Derby. They were not very convincing, but, unlike last season, it was an unconvincing win. The match began rather creepily with a friendly handshake between […]

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Politicians Move to Bring Back Standing In Stadiums

Over 100 members of Parliament in the UK have signed a motion to urge the British government to re-examine the case for the introduction of safe standing areas at football grounds across Britain. The measure is also supported by David Cameron (see video), the Conservative leader who is Tony Blair’s […]

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