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Does England Have Enough Depth?

Looking at England’s recent friendly against Mexico, one thing that is certain is the England team lack depth. The so called fringe players were supposed to grab this chance to prove their worth but none of them did any justification to why they are deserving of a starting spot. Without […]

Prediction: U.S. Will Beat England In World Cup

Psychology is not to be underestimated when it comes to sport, especially the World Cup and soccer. In this summer’s clash of the giants between the United States and England, I believe the game will not come down to who is the better team on the day, but will instead […]

How O.J. Simpson Ruined a World Cup

I’m definitely an optimist, but having experienced a lot of ups and downs in my life, I’m also a realist. Having said that, I have some concerns and reservations about the 2010 World Cup. And that is that I hope the tournament goes off without a hitch. Too many times […]

Nike World Cup TV Ad: Full Length Video

The much anticipated World Cup TV commercial from Nike has been released. It features a cast of soccer superstars including Wayne Rooney, Ronaldinho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba, Fabio Cannavaro, Franck Ribery, Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas, Theo Walcott, Patrice Evra, Gerard Pique, Ronaldinho, Landon Donovan, Tim Howard and Thiago Silva. Directed […]

World Cup Fans: Win a FLO TV Personal Television

We have a FLO TV Personal Television to give away to a lucky winner, courtesy of FLO TV and EPL Talk. The FLO TV Personal Television is a personal hand-held TV that features tons of programming including ESPN’s mobile coverage of the 2010 World Cup, which includes a 24-hour-a-day channel […]

What is the World Cup American Experience Like?

One of the many reasons why I love experiencing the World Cup in the United States is the passion shown by all of the different ethnicities. During a World Cup, when I walk into an Italian pizzeria and see a poster of the Italy national team photo hanging up on […]

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 […]

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What It’s Like to Follow the Premier League From Ireland

The allure of the multi-million pound dealings and media accessibility has seen the EPL remain the focus for the majority of Irish soccer fans. The national league in Ireland is predominately semi-professional, and it struggles to gain focus over the GAA (Gailege football and hurling) and more recently Rugby. Away […]

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Transparency watchdog slams national associations for compounding risk of corruption

Anti-graft watchdog Transparency International (TI) on Thursday blasted scandal-plagued FIFA’s member national football associations for compounding the risk of corruption through a lack of transparency. The Berlin-based non-governmental organization said the various FAs’ reluctance to publish financial information had contributed to tarnishing the image of soccer. “Most of the 209 national […]