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Tottenham Hotspur to Play San Jose Earthquakes July 17

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham Hotspur today announced that the club will be playing a friendly against San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday, July 17 at the Buck Shaw Stadium in San Jose, California. Yesterday, EPL Talk learned that Spurs will also be competing in … Continue reading

Man City and Tottenham Hotspur Coming To America This Summer

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester City today announced the club will be competing in the New York Football Challenge this summer as part of their pre-season tour of the East Coast of the United States. The four team tournament will also feature Tottenham Hotspur. … Continue reading

Premier League Race: 'When 3 Became 2'

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

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 … Continue reading

Recap Of Saturday's Action In The EPL

Posted on by John Boschini

Jermain Defoe puts Tottenham ahead With only three weeks to go until the final Saturday of competition the key races in the Premier League are heating up. Two key derbys, one in Manchester and the other in London, threw the … Continue reading

Premier League Title Race Far From Over For Arsenal

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Most soccer pundits will claim that Arsenal’s title challenge is over after their deserved 2-1 loss against Tottenham Hotspur Wednesday night when they were outclassed by a Spurs side who played more like they wanted to win. But the inconsistency … Continue reading

Do I Have To Hate My Team's Rival Premier League Club?

Posted on by Jake Islas

With the North London derby approaching, I want nothing more than for Arsenal to destroy Tottenham and get all three points, just like I do every week no matter who they play. Except, that is, the days that Arsenal is … Continue reading

Any Neutral Has to Root for Portsmouth and Avram Grant in the FA Cup Final

Posted on by Eric Altshule

As the Portsmouth players put on their uniforms in the Wembley locker room this afternoon, they were under no allusions about what the future held for them and their team.  They were going to be relegated down to the Championship … Continue reading

ESPN2 to Televise Manchester and North London Derbies Next Week

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN has been patient throughout this entire 2009-2010 Premier League season in regards to which matches they’ve been able to televise live on ESPN2. For the vast majority of games, they were B- level or C-level Premier League matches. But … Continue reading

Mid-Week Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley
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Manchester United has gone crashing out of Champions League, having succumb to the left foot of Arjen Robben. On this episode of the EPL Talk podcast, I am joined by Laurence McKenna for our mid-week review show, talking about United’s … Continue reading

Top 4 Anti-Bias

Posted on by Phillip Badger

When I first started watching English football as a Yank six years ago, I was drawn to the best clubs and star players, like anyone would be.  But then I quickly realized that being a fan of one of the … Continue reading

Zen And The Art Of Fast-Forwarding Through Soccer Games

Posted on by Christopher Harris

We may not admit it to our friends, but we’ve all done it before. It seems sacrilegious to say it, especially on a soccer web site, but here goes: I fast forward soccer games. Gulp, there I said it. It’s … Continue reading

How an EPL Club Can Conquer America In 7 Easy Steps

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There is talk that Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur could be playing friendlies in the United States this summer. It’s music to my ears and I’m sure many other soccer fans in America. But while teams in the … Continue reading

What Was Your Highlight of the Premier League Weekend?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the advantages of Premier League clubs being more desperate for points at this stage of the season is that it means that we get to see more open matches. It also creates more end-to-end action. This past weekend … Continue reading

The Importance Of A Defensive Midfielder

Posted on by Daniel Craggs

When watching Manchester City’s fantastic 4-2 Victory away to league leaders Chelsea, one thing was paramount in that game and it wasn’t Wayne Bridge V John Terry,  Two red cards, Manchester City’s flowing football, Shay Given’s commanding goal keeping or Roberto Mancini’s … Continue reading

Tottenham Supporters Sing Savage Garden, Seriously

Posted on by Christopher Harris

What would happen if you took a pub full of Tottenham Hotspur supporters and asked them to sing a 90s pop song by the Australian band Savage Garden? As weird as it may sound, this is exactly what Puma did … Continue reading

Jack Rodwell Puts Himself In Shop Window Again

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you can’t beat them, buy them. That has often been Manchester United’s strategy when the club has lost pivotal league games against smaller English clubs and/or have been embarrassed by Premier League players who display incredible raw skill. United … Continue reading

ESPN2 Will Televise Man United v Chelsea in April

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN2 received some good news Friday when the Premier League announced the list of games that have had their kickoff times moved to be shown during key television times. During April, ESPN2 will televise what many believe will be the … Continue reading

Is This Tottenham's New Home Shirt For the 2010-11 Season?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

An image of what may be the new Spurs home football shirt for the 2010-11 season has been leaked on the Internet thanks to a Tottenham blog. Designed by Puma, the image shows what may be the new design of … Continue reading