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Liverpool Are Finally Back - Deadspin
The result, across six Premier League and two League Cup games, has been the most beautiful soccer played in England this year with a highly fluid system. Though Klopp disagrees with calling it such, on Monday Night Football he agreed that in ...and more »
Eddie Howe rules out England football job — for now - World Soccer Talk
World Soccer Talk
But he insisted Thursday he wanted to help cement south coast side Bournemouth's place in the Premier League as he followed United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann in ruling himself out of replacing Allardyce. “They (the Football Association) haven't come ...and more »
The present and future of the EFL Cup - U.S. National Soccer Players
U.S. National Soccer Players
Tuesday's soccer news starts with a not so new question about England's Football League Cup that continues later today. It's the second round, when the 13 Premier League clubs not playing in Europe join the fray. The remaining seven teams start in the ...
Soccer-Former England manager Sam Allardyce - Yahoo Sports
Allardyce joined Blackburn Rovers in December 2008 and led them to the League Cup semi-final in 2010 but, following the sale of the club to new owners, he was sacked later that year with the team 13th in the Premier League. * He joined West Ham United ...
Unity Cup celebrates soccer, Philly diversity - Philly.com
Youth soccer leagues are everywhere. Major League Soccer and our own Philadelphia Union have become very popular in a relatively short period of time. International leagues such as England's Premier League, Germany's Bundesliga, Spain's La Liga and ...and more »
About England - Football League Trophy
The Football League Trophy, also known as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, is an annual English association football knock-out competition open to the 48 clubs in Football League One and Football League Two, the bottom two divisions in the four fully professional top divisions of English league football.