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The Anglo Angle – Former Inter Player Paul Ince Sacked As Manager

  Always enjoyed watching Paul Ince in his glory days at Manchester United, Liverpool, Internazionale and of course appearances for England.  Scoring 72 goals during his career he wasn’t the most prolific but he had great pace and good passing ability and was of course uncompromising when tackling .  An additional attribute of course is the canon of a shot Ince was […]

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Is Houllier The Right Man For Aston Villa?

Former Liverpool boss Gérard Houllier is reportedly the man earmarked to take over at Aston Villa. The commanding Frenchmen has been out of work since 2007 after leaving Lyon but rumours have it that he is currently considering  an offer from Randy Lerner to return to work with the Midlands side. […]

3 of the Biggest MLS Games to Watch This Weekend On US TV and Internet

With the MLS season set to kickoff this afternoon, below are three of the biggest matches of the weekend. Seattle Sounders FC vs Sporting Kansas City, 3pm ET, NBCSN Graham Zusi, and the rest of the MLS Cup defending Champions, travel to Seattle as they play a new-look Seattle Sounders […]

Roma undone by The Roon & Ron Show

From: ChampionsLeagueTalk.com The hype going into this match was of course centered on the 7-1 thrashing that Roma took from Manchester United last season at this same stage. However, anyone with common sense could see that this match would have very little in common with that famous night. For starters, […]

Why Jozy Altidore’s latest hamstring injury is worrying for US team; By Steve Davis

For Toronto FC supporters, Jozy Altidore injury news rates as “concerning” more than “fall over alarming.” Major League Soccer’s campaign is long and winding, and the playoff format is overly forgiving, if we are being honest. The well-paid young striker has plenty of season still ahead. But for U.S. Soccer […]

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Alleged global soccer match-fixer freed in Singapore

A Singaporean accused of leading the world’s largest football match-fixing syndicate was freed on Wednesday after a surprise court ruling seen as a blow to efforts to rid global sport of corruption. Businessman Dan Tan, who was arrested in September 2013 but never tried, was released after the Court of […]