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Episode # 51 Now Availible

Martin Rogers, World Soccer writer for Yahoo! Sports joins host Kartik Krishnaiyer on Episode 51. We review how the Euro 2008  tournament was received in England, preview tonight’s Superliga final between Houston and New England as well as look ahead to the Olympic Football tournament which Martin will cover in person from China. We also discuss Tottenham’s transfer moves as well.  A can’t miss episode covering all topics relevant to American and World football this summer!Direct download: MajorLeagueSoccer Talk 51 

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  3. Max

    August 5, 2008 at 4:12 pm

    Good catch on getting Rogers.

    He is one of the best writers about the Premier League and World Football anywhere. Glad to see Yahoo is sending him to the games to cover football.

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  5. Max

    August 5, 2008 at 10:12 am

    Good catch on getting Rogers.

    He is one of the best writers about the Premier League and World Football anywhere. Glad to see Yahoo is sending him to the games to cover football.

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