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Tag Archives: UEFA Cup

Why Serie A is better than the English Premier League

Posted on by Robert

Like most soccer fans, I am a soccer league polygamist.  Because I live less than 20 minutes from an MLS club, I root for and follow Major League Soccer in the U.S.  However, I am also a passionate Arsenal fan … Continue reading

Serie A Preview – Genoa Aims for European Success

Posted on by Robert

Italy’s oldest soccer club finished a disappointing ninth last season, and the management has made it clear this offseason that such a result is unacceptable.  Disappointing play by a number of key players left the club outside the top six, … Continue reading

La Liga Jornada 34 Review: Málaga Denied of a Shock Victory at Mallorca

Posted on by Andy Pineda

Juan Ramón López Muñiz brought Málaga into La Liga in 2008 after a two-year hiatus in the second division.  Throughout his playing career, he played on teams constantly scrambling either to stay in La Liga or to be promoted to … Continue reading

La Liga Review: The Guillotine Falls On Manolo Jiménez

Posted on by Andy Pineda

When Sevilla hosted cellar-dweller Xerez on Tuesday evening, an aura of uneasiness surrounded the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.  In the front of the Sevillistas‘ minds was the poor form of their team.  An extended run of indolent performances culminated on Saturday … Continue reading

Zaccheroni To Be New Juventus Manager – Italian Press

Posted on by Robert

According to numerous Italian sites and Goal.com, former AC Milan manager Alberto Zaccheroni will be named Juventus manager on Friday, replacing embattled Ciro Ferrara. The tipping point seemingly was Juve’s 2-1 Coppa Italia loss to Inter Thursday, seemingly eliminating the … Continue reading

The Set: UEFA Cup Final

Posted on by Double Pivot

For us fans of German football it was a sad night, but for us football fans, it wasn’t. The Ukraine won their first European title with a team that earned it’s victory. And they were an attractive team to watch … Continue reading

UEFA Europa League, A Second Rate Competition

Posted on by Christopher Walker

  With four games of the Premier League campaign left, Fulham are leading the ‘race’ for seventh place and for the Cottagers it will be a rare European adventure. This would of course be via the all singing, all dancing … Continue reading

Istanbul, Istanbul, We Aren’t Coming…Or Are We?

Posted on by Matthew Semisch

Never mind the fact that I’ve been subjecting myself to the pain of following Manchester City for nigh on 12 years – Despite what I and every other City fan have been singing at the top of our lungs all … Continue reading

Man City Tells Credit Crunch To Get Stuffed (Again) – Will It Work This Time?

Posted on by Matthew Semisch

If at first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, or seventh you don’t succeed, try and try again. This seems to be Manchester City’s mantra ahead of next month’s UEFA Cup quarterfinal tie with Hamburg, made apparent by the fact that … Continue reading

The UEFA Cup: What Is The Point?

Posted on by Michael Timbury

The question I am posing is looking purely at what the UEFA Cup means to clubs from the English Premier League. Judging by recent participants and how they have fared, it appears to feature very low on most Premiership clubs’ … Continue reading

Fulham Continue To Progress Under Hodgson

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Why doesn’t Roy Hodgson get the credit he deserves in the United Kingdom? As I’ve mentioned before, In Scandinavia and Italy, he’s held in high regard, in  Britain people point to his sacking at Blackburn Rovers back in1997. With 33 … Continue reading

Arsenal Or Villa: Who Is Your Favourite In The Race For Fourth Place?

Posted on by Michael Timbury

With the title race effectively coming down to just three realistic contenders now, there is only one spot remaining for qualification into next season’s Champions’ League. Currently, Aston Villa are sitting fourth on 48 points, with a nice five point … Continue reading

For Martin O’Neill, Fourth Place Finish Is Bigger Prize Than Winning a Trophy

Posted on by Dave Warner

In a finer world, each football club would try to win every competition it entered. Only the biggest clubs, however, have that luxury, and managers of smaller clubs are forced to look at their fixture lists and determine what their … Continue reading

Racing Santander vs Manchester City On U.S. TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

GolTV has announced that it’ll be televising the UEFA Cup match live between Racing Santander and Manchester City, scheduled Thursday, December 18 at 2:45 p.m. ET. For Manchester City, they’re guaranteed at least second place in their group, but they … Continue reading

Calamity James Strikes Again

Posted on by Christopher Harris

[display_podcast] Portsmouth are out of the UEFA Cup after losing tonight against Wolfsburg 3-2. The match had plenty of incidents, but the highlight (or lowlight if you’re a Portsmouth or England national team fan) was David James’s idiotic mistake (see … Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving Day Soccer Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s Thanksgiving Day in the United States. The biggest holiday of the year in this country — even more so than Christmas Day. I still find it hard to really get into the spirit of celebrating the holiday. I don’t … Continue reading

Manchester City 3-2 FC Twente: Video Highlights

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Manchester City’s 3-2 win against FC Twente was proof that the UEFA Cup can be exciting. Well at least some of the time. Robinho was in spectacular form scoring once and hitting the post twice. The one ball that did … Continue reading