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EPL Talk Reports Record World Cup Web Traffic

During the 2010 World Cup, EPL Talk registered its best month ever in terms of web traffic. On behalf of EPL Talk, I’d like to thank you, the readers, for your continued patronage, as well as the continued excellence shown by all of the EPL Talk bloggers (and podcasters) who […]

EPL Talk Podcasts Now Distributed Via BigSoccer

EPL Talk has partnered with BigSoccer, one of the biggest soccer sites in the United States and one of the most well known in the world. BigSoccer will be distributing three soccer podcasts from the Talk family of sites on its’ BigSoccer.com website. BigSoccer is the leading independent online destination […]

Tim Vickery Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

On this episode of the World Cup Buzz Podcast, Richard Farley discusses with Tim Vickery the South American teams who will be competing in the 2010 World Cup. Also discussed is the Albiceleste viability of Esteban Cambiasso as well as dissecting the five South American teams who qualified for South […]

7 Things to Fill Your Soccer Void Until the World Cup

The Premier League season has ended, FA Cup Final is over, Europa League has a champion, the other big leagues of Europe have also finished. With just the Champions League final left, there is an unpleasant empty feeling that comes from a weekend without Premier League games that I haven’t […]

Andy Brassell Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Kicking off the World Cup Buzz podcast’s two months of coverage, the Talk network welcomes back Andy Brassell, one of the media’s leading experts on professional football in Western Europe. Andy joined me late last week to talk about the nations from his coverage area who will be competing in […]

World Cup Buzz Podcast: An Introduction

EPL Talk is proud to announce that tomorrow we’ll be launching our newest podcast, World Cup Buzz, which will bring you daily coverage of the 2010 World Cup. To tell you more about the new podcast, World Cup Buzz Podcast host Richard Farley discusses the upcoming guests, schedule and more […]

2008: It’s Been One Hell Of A Year

On the final day of 2008, I want to send out a huge thank you to you, the readers, for supporting EPL Talk in what has been our best and most successful year ever. Your support and your comments are much appreciated (EPL Talk has now amassed more than 13,000 […]

Soccer News From Around The World: Sept. 2, 2008

If your head is spinning like mine is from all of the Premier League news from the past 48 hours, maybe it’s time to get back to reality and read some interesting posts about other football leagues other than the Premiership. Here are just a few of the excellent articles […]

Latest Soccer News From Around The World

If you’re not reading the other sites in our network, you’re missing some great articles. Soccer On Dish writes about how the curse of ITVN has returned to Setanta Sports. La Liga Talk interviews Guillem Balague. Jeff Hash at Major League Soccer Talk writes about the latest results in the […]

The Cure For Obsessed Soccer Fans

If your obsession about football isn’t limited to just the Premier League and Euro 2008, be sure to visit the other sites in our network. At Champions League Talk, Lonnie Smetana has been writing about the top stories among continental European teams such as Porto being allowed to participate in […]

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Premier League Links Of The Day: December 22, 2010

A look inside the Total 90 Tracer. Here’s the links: Chelsea facing transfer criticism [ESPN] Footballers and money [Sabotage Times] Fantasy EPL [Tikabooson] Dear Santa [Studs Up] Some fantasy stats [PL Fantasy Blog] New boots [Soccer Bible] Wife swapping (managers) [IBWM] Russell Brand footie film [Kicking & Screening] Controlling the […]

Previewing The Eagerly-Anticipated Film ‘Marvellous’

I wrote an article last season sparked by foreign ownership and community about a long standing Stoke City cult hero, Neil “Nello” Baldwin. Nello had just been awarded an honorary degree degree by Keele University in recognition of his positive impact on university life over fifty plus years in residence. […]

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Why I’ll be watching CONCACAF Cup on FOX Sports, not Univision; By Oliver Tse

Ever since I started watching soccer on English-language U.S. television regularly in August 1994 (as a replacement for Major League Baseball, which had a player strike and had to cancel the World Series that year), I have always believed that the development of home-grown North American sportscasters is one small […]