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Tim Vickery Interview

Episode 105 features an interview with Tim Vickery, one of the most astute writers on the topic of South American football and a co-host of the BBC World Football Phone-In Show as well as writer for World Soccer Magazine and Sports Illustrated. Vickery has lived in Brazil since 1994. His […]

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Could ESPN Show Select Champions League Games As Result Of FOX-ESPN USMNT-MLS TV Deal?

One of the possibilities of FOX and ESPN’s expected acquisition of the joint TV rights to US Men’s National Team and MLS for 2015-2022 is that it could allow ESPN to offer show some UEFA Champions League matches on its network or online as part of its deal with FOX. […]

Steve McManaman Says Manchester Sh*tty On TV: Video

It was an obvious slip of the tongue Saturday, but Steve McManaman referred to his former club Manchester City as ‘Manchester Sh*tty’ on ESPN2 during the Fulham against Aston Villa broadcast. McManaman said in the above video that Manchester City should win by a shedload of goals against Swansea City […]

Are The Three Lions Losing Out On Future Stars?

We’ve all seen Victor Moses play before, but when his previous club Crystal Palace side traveled to lowly Reading in December 2009, he owned the pitch he played on and his stock rose considerably. Then 18, Moses scored a long-range curled effort, and his second came as he powered through […]

Why FIFA Should Only Select the Best Officials For The World Cup

Tonight’s Brazil-Croatia World Cup opener was marred by uneven, inconsistent and ultimately result-determining officiating. Without dwelling too deeply on the calls that impacted the result, this is simply the latest episode where a match involving European-based players accustomed to a certain standard of officiating was ruined by officials from outside Europe […]

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