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Tag Archives: Premier League

5 Things We Learned About Manchester United During Gameweek 6

Posted on by Jesse Chula

As the Premier League wraps up its 6th Gameweek, the league table begins to take a familiar yet still somewhat open shape. Manchester United failed to take advantage of the losses suffered by Chelsea and Arsenal when they made the … Continue reading

Ashley Cole: Chelsea's Difference-Maker

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

Love him or hate him, Ashley Cole is the best at his position in England, and arguably the world. While this has been the case for many years (although I’m sure the Evra family might object), under Carlo Ancelotti Cole … Continue reading

Why Roberto Martinez Must Change His Ways Despite Tottenham Win

Posted on by James Beckett

While Chelsea managed continue their 100% start to the season, and Sunderland shocked Manchester City, the performance of the weekend has to go Wigan Athletic who bounced back from a disastrous opening two games to record a surprise win at … Continue reading

The Premiership Weekend in Review

Posted on by Chris McQuade

It may only be just over a month since the World Cup has ended but that time has dragged by with very little football to watch and very few interesting transfer stories. What a relief then that the first weekend … Continue reading

Will Newcastle Survive In The Premier League?

Posted on by Thomas Flower

With the season fast approaching fans of Newcastle United will be wondering how their team will cope back in the top flight after a season away. Chris Hughton and Colin Calderwood did a fantastic job stabilising the club and leading … Continue reading

What Does the Home-Grown Rule Mean to Premier League Football?

Posted on by Mike Cardillo

It probably doesn’t matter that Clint Dempsey’s now-famous daisy-cutter turned poor, hapless Robert Green into the best football punchline since Titus Bramble. See, even in the wake of the U.S.’s 1-1 draw vs. England at the 2010 World Cup, one … Continue reading

Sky 3D to Feature Premier League Available October 1st in Homes

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Sky+HD customers will soon have a new way to enjoy Premier League matches in the UK from the comfort of their own homes when the television giant launches Sky 3D in a few months. It was announced today that the previously-only-available-in-pubs … Continue reading

Manchester City And Mancini Struggling To Attract Big Name Signings!

Posted on by Thomas Flower

All Manchester City fans were expecting a busy summer at Eastlands and while they have brought in £75 million pounds worth of talent, the players that have arrived will not spark fear into Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal. City have … Continue reading

Manchester United 1-0 Philadelphia Union: American Summer Tour Continues With Win for United

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Having experienced a DVR mental lapse when it came to United’s first stop on their American tour v Celtic, I finally got the opportunity to see Manchester United take on Philadelphia Union of MLS in a pretty entertaining friendly match … Continue reading

Should Premier League Clubs Allow Vuvuzelas?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

As of press time, eight Premier League clubs have taken the precautionary step to ban the controversial vuvuzela still a few weeks until the domestic league starts. Other clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester City and Blackpool have openly spoken of … Continue reading

Fox in Negotiations to Sublicense EPL TV Rights in U.S. to ESPN

Posted on by Christopher Harris

According to sources, ESPN and Fox Sports International are currently in negotiations for FSI to sublicense some of the Barclays Premier League TV rights in the U.S. through 2013 to ESPN. However, a deal has not yet been signed. And … Continue reading

Premier League Clubs Touring North America: Latest News

Posted on by Christopher Harris

With the World Cup still fresh in our memories, it’s good to know that we didn’t have to wait long to get our fix of international soccer now that several Premier League sides are currently in America training in preparation … Continue reading

Join the Fantasy Premier League for 2010-11 Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Great news. The Premier League has opened the doors to its 20100-11 Fantasy Premier League, and on behalf of EPL Talk, I’d like to invite you to join our private league. To play for free against thousands of football fans … Continue reading

How Many Days Until Premier League Action Returns?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

We wake up this morning to the reality that the 2010 World Cup is over. Four years is a long time to wait until the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. But fortunately there is plenty of soccer in store for … Continue reading

Liverpool Supporters: Is It Time for Steven Gerrard to Move On?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

As focus on the World Cup soon gives way to the silly season, a plethora of rumors on which players may or may not be leaving or joining new clubs are sure to hit the Internet in abundance in the … Continue reading

Is It Now Safe to Say That England's Premier League is the Third Best Domestic League in the World?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

As I sat watching the opening minutes of Wednesday’s World Cup semi final between Spain and Germany, easily two of the top five teams in the world battling on the biggest stage in world football, I quickly noticed a trend … Continue reading

ESPN Refuses to Rule Out Possibility Of Dedicated Soccer TV Network

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Perfection is almost impossible to attain, but given ESPN’s performance during the 2010 World Cup, they’ve come as close as any TV network can get. Commentators, production value, some of the best analysts and beautiful HD broadcasts, it’s hard to imagine … Continue reading

2010-11 Premier League on US TV: Preliminary TV Schedule, Aug thru Dec

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester City will kick off the Premier League TV coverage for soccer fans worldwide and in the United States on ESPN2 beginning with the new 2010-11 season on Saturday, August 14. And now that the Premier League … Continue reading