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Fantasy Premier League Tips: Gameweek 36

It’s the final countdown duh duh duhhh duh etc. So now is your last chance to make a difference to that all important fantasy football position. The Premier League season may be effectively done and dusted but there’s still plenty to play for in fantasy land, so walk this way […]

Premier League Preview – May 9

You don’t need to pour over the table. You don’t need a bunch of fancy statistics, charts or graphs. You just need to remember this on the last Sunday of the 2009-2010 EPL season: If Chelsea beats Wigan at home, the Blues are champions If Chelsea loses, and Manchester United beats Stoke […]

Who Would Buy Liverpool?

Every neighborhood has one of “those” houses.  From the sidewalk, it is gorgeous – an old Victorian with plenty of historic, quirky charm.  Many people have houses, but this is home.  As you get closer, you notice that the porch seems a little worn, but nothing that a good coating […]

Premier League Preview – May 1-3

What, exactly, is a Liverpool fan to do? A win over Chelsea at Anfield Sunday would probably mean another title for Manchester United – which would send United past Liverpool’s 18 first division titles. A quick look at the table a few paragraphs below suggests that the Reds are still […]

Fantasy Premier League Tips: Gameweek 36

First off, apologies for the lack of an article last week. As Arsene Wenger would no doubt put it – this was due to unforeseen circumstances. There’s no need to panic though, as fantasy football tips are back with a bang this weekend to help all you managers in that […]

Premier League Race: 'When 3 Became 2'

Last weekend the Premier League was full of drama, the story of ‘when 3 became 2’ as finally, Arsenal’s legs went in the final stretch, United gained a ‘leg up’ and Chelsea looked as if they were start to roast theirs.  It all seemed to be going well for Arsenal, […]

Premier League Preview – April 17-19

The latest installation of the Manchester Derby will be played at Eastlands this weekend, and as usual, the stakes are high. This will be the 155th meeting in all competitions, and United has the edge with 63 wins to City’s 42. There have also been 49 draws, a result that […]

5 Ways the Apple iPad Can Revolutionize Soccer

The Apple iPad presents a unique opportunity to revolutionize the way that we, as soccer fans, consume our favorite sport. Some of you may be resistent to the iPad. After all, you may have a laptop and you probably have a mobile phone. So what use cases are there for […]

Fantasy Premier League Tips: Gameweek 34

It’s FA Cup semi-final weekend which means that for three teams the Premier League will cease to matter, at least for a few hours. Of course for Portsmouth the Premier League ceased to matter some time ago and as such, any manager who still has Pompey players in their side […]

Weekend Preview – April 10-13

With all of the Premier League clubs now knocked out of the Champions League – and Liverpool and Fulham’s stays in the Europa League are still up in the air at press time – all eyes now focus on the two remaining pieces of silverware to be won this season. The […]

Man United v Chelsea TV Audience Breaks EPL Record In US

Last weekend’s Manchester United against Chelsea match televised live on ESPN2 scored the largest viewing audience number ever for a Premier League game on US television. By U.S. standards, an incredible 526,000 viewers in 420,000 households watched the broadcast which kicked off at 7:30am ET on Saturday, April 3, 2010. […]

Premier League Preview – April 3-4

Wayne Rooney’s on crutches and Cesc Fabregas has a broken leg. Without kicking a ball, Chelsea has received an Easter basket full of good news in its quest to dethrone Manchester United this week when the two most important players on its two biggest rivals went down with injuries in […]

Fantasy Premier League Tips For This Weekend

It’s the holiday of choice for chubby kids and confectionery companies all over the world. Eggs are rolling and cute bunny rabbits are running for cover. Yes that’s right, Easter is upon us! So fix up, look sharp and waddle this way for your latest instalment of fantasy football goodness… […]

Premier League Launches Official iPhone App

The Premier League has launched its own official Premier League iPhone App for soccer fans around the world. We’ve been waiting forever for something like this. And the technologically slow Premier League has finally caught up with the times. The features of the app include: Updates on the long list […]

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The Most Promising Pre-Season Friendlies

Oh, the Premier League off-season. So brief yet so cruel. One struggles to find ways to survive the addict’s withdrawal that comes with having no league matches every week. The FIFA Federations Cup and World Cup qualifiers have done their part to fill the gap. Thankfully, the remaining months contain […]

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