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Black Jerseys Statistically Proven to Help English Premier League Goalkeepers Play Better

Jack Choros | Posted 03.18.2016 | Sports
Jack Choros

In English Premier League soccer this season, goaltenders are having more success keeping goals out of the net when dawning black or grey jerseys in game action compared to when they are sporting yellow, orange, green or any other color.

Chelsea Manager Jose Mourinho Accused Of Sexism After Demoting Female Team Doctor

The Huffington Post | Justin Block | Posted 08.14.2015 | Sports

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is being panned by British media and Premier League fans for his outburst against assistant medical director Eva Carneir...

Is This the New Sir Alex Ferguson?

Steve Clare | Posted 05.27.2016 | Sports
Steve Clare

If you had cast your eye on Scottish football over the last two years, then you would know all about Alex Neil. And you too would have probably seen at least one comparison with his namesake Alex Ferguson.

Arsenal Pulls Off Comeback Win With Late Strike

Goal.com | Posted 08.16.2014 | Sports

By Goal.com Aaron Ramsey netted an injury-time winner to snatch a 2-1 Premier League victory for Arsenal over manager-less Crystal Palace. The s...

'I Always Hopes And Dreamed That This Would Happen'

Goal.com | Posted 08.14.2014 | Sports

By Ives Galarcep, Goal.com The past two months have been a whirlwind for DeAndre Yedlin, with the World Cup catapulting his name into a new stratos...

Rooney Sparks Amazing Comeback For Man U

Goal.com | Posted 01.25.2014 | Sports

By Goal.com Manchester United overcame a two-goal deficit to beat Hull City 3-2 at the KC Stadium on Thursday afternoon thanks to an inspired perfo...

Beautiful and Popular: English Premier League Football

Philip Barton | Posted 10.14.2013 | Sports
Philip Barton

Nowadays, soccer is rapidly gaining in popularity over here. It is also big business. NBC recently paid a quarter of a billion dollars for the U.S. broadcasting rights to the Premiership for this season and the next two -- that's almost $220,000 per game.

Man United Rejects Bid For Rooney

Posted 07.17.2013 | Sports

By Greg Stobart, Goal.com The Stamford Bridge club will have to up its initial offer to land the disgruntled England striker and has denied Juan Ma...

Alex Ferguson, the Early Years - a Personal Reflection

Steve Clare | Posted 07.13.2013 | Sports
Steve Clare

The resignation of Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United marks the end of an era. To be more accurate, it marks the end of two eras.

Blatter vs. America -- Part 2: Why He Might Be a Little Bit Right but It's Still His Fault

Steve Clare | Posted 03.24.2013 | Sports
Steve Clare

In the first part of this article, I wrote about FIFA Present Sepp Blatter's assertion that North America does not have what he called a strong league. This week, I examine the second key part of his observations, that we have no league "recognized by American society."

Blatter vs. America -- Part 1 of a Serene and Mature Analysis

Steve Clare | Posted 03.10.2013 | Sports
Steve Clare

Sadly we already know from the deliveries of World Cup Finals to Russia and Qatar that Sepp Blatter has effectively divorced football from the advancement of human rights. Rather than be a force for good, he simply wants FIFA to be a force.

U.S. Star Strikes Deal In Nick Of Time

Posted 08.31.2012 | Sports

By By Mike Slane, Goal.com U.S. international midfielder Clint Dempsey has finally gotten his wish and is headed out of Fulham after agreeing to a ...

An American Kid Joins the Premier League

Chris Fici | Posted 10.23.2012 | Sports
Chris Fici

I, a warm-blooded, (formerly) meat-and-potatoes American kid, have decided to join the worldwide multitudes who call themselves devotees of the Barclays Premier League.

Manchester City's Dramatic Finish Stuns Analyst

Posted 05.14.2012 | Sports

Just how exciting was Manchester City's comeback in stoppage time to win its first English title in 44 years? The reaction of Sky Sports' Paul Mers...

A Manchester United Supporter Reflects on Man City's Dramatic Win

Ian Carey | Posted 07.13.2012 | Sports
Ian Carey

I remember the ball hitting the back of the net to put City up 3 to 2, then next thing I know the pitch is filled with Manchester City fans crying tears of celebration. What had happened was far too dramatic to have been real, right?

Guide To 'Survival Sunday'

Posted 05.13.2012 | Sports

By Matt Yoder, Awful Announcing For the first time ever, all ten games from the final day of the English Premier League season will be broadcasted ...

WATCH: Chicken Interrupts Soccer Match

Posted 05.08.2012 | Sports

The tension could hardly have been thicker when Blackburn and Wigan took the field at Ewood Park on Monday. Forget those well-to-do teams vying for th...

WATCH: Late Goal Dooms Blackburn To Relegation

Posted 05.08.2012 | Sports

By Will Turner, Goal.com A late header from Antolin Alcaraz proved the difference as Wigan overcame Blackburn at Ewood Park to save the club's Prem...

Manchester City Closes In On Title

Posted 05.06.2012 | Sports

By Oliver Platt, Goal.com Two second half goals from Yaya Toure put Manchester City on the verge of its first league title in 44 years as Roberto M...

Manchester United-Liverpool Racial Tensions Boil Over

The Huffington Post | Randy Kim | Posted 02.12.2012 | Sports

The historic rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool added a new chapter on Saturday when Luis Suarez refused to shake Patrice Evra's hand dur...

Ryan Giggs Signs With Man U For Another Year

The Huffington Post | Randy Kim | Posted 02.10.2012 | Sports

Is it the yoga? His ability to fit seamlessly within the vaunted Man U way? Or is it just simple genetics? Whatever the case, Ryan Giggs is very much ...

Anfield Cat Honored Through Song

The Huffington Post | Randy Kim | Posted 02.09.2012 | Sports

As far as modern soccer internet celebrities, they might not come much bigger than the Anfield Cat. For the uninitiated, Anfield Cat is the cat tha...

DANGER MAN: Barclay's Premier League Arrives in America, Sort Of

Michael Conniff | Posted 03.25.2012 | Sports
Michael Conniff

The Fox Soccer Channel remains the backbone of soccer watching here in the colonies, but the added inventory and interest can only help. I started watching the Barclay's Premier League on a whim two seasons ago, when I received the channel by accident.

When Soccer Crowds Get Depressed

Alan Black | Posted 02.18.2012 | Sports
Alan Black

Last weekend presented us with an excellent case study in this horrible affliction. The Bernabeu stadium in Madrid can be a noisy cauldron, But last Saturday, 99 percent of them sat for most of the game in depressive silence.

Con Games: Chelsea FC's Beautifully Ugly EPL Game

Michael Conniff | Posted 12.27.2011 | Sports
Michael Conniff

There was no hint that this match was to become a game for the ages -- until Didier Drogba perpetrated a two-footed tackle that earned a red card, the second such ticket issued against Chelsea that day.