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Walker’s Word – Weekend August 19 – 20

A new season kicks off this weekend and see’s the return of Walker’s Word. Both the opening and closing matches ripe for picking a couple of shock results at great odds.

3 Fundamental Skills For Junior Soccer Goalkeeping Success

Discover 3 fundamental skills that the junior or youth goalkeeper needs to know from an early age, to maximize their goalkeeping success.

American Soccer Disappoints Again in the World Cup

The 2006 World Cup was going to be our year to show the world that we belong on the world stage in soccer. The Americans boasted a squad with quite a bit of international experience and a hunger to show the world that they belonged. Coming into the 2006 World Cup, the United States team was ranked 5th in the world by FIFA. Another great sign of hope was that the Americans made it to the Quarterfinals of the 2002 World Cup, which gave everyone hope that this could be the year everything was going to come together. For one of the first times I could remember people in America were actually excited about the World Cup.

Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Sunderland

Sunderland have been the talk of the press all summer with Niall Quinn’s consortium taking over the club giving the tabloids plenty to write about.

Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Stoke City

Stoke City unveiled former manager Tony Pulis as their new boss following his exit from Plymouth Argyle.

Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion bombed out of the Premiership following two seasons in the top flight and manager Bryan Robson will be keen on an instant return.

Championship Season Preview 2006/07 – Wolves

Wolves have been mooted as one of the favourites for promotion for the past two seasons following their short, one season, stint in the Premiership.

League One Season Preview 2006/07 – Blackpool

Blackpool were one of a number of clubs dragged into last season’s League One relegation battle but they managed to finish three points and two places above the bottom four.

League One Season Preview 2006/07 – AFC Bournemouth

After a couple of seasons as a solid top 10 outfit, Bournemouth flirted with possible relegation last term as they finished five points and four places above the bottom four.

League One Season Preview 2006/07 – Cheltenham Town

Cheltenham Town won promotion to League One via the play offs at the expense of Grimsby Town and manager John Ward feels they are better equipped to compete in the division than last time around.

League One Season Preview 2006/07 – Carlisle United

Carlisle United experienced a remarkable 12 months which saw them storm League Two following their promotion from the Conference.

League One Season Preview 2006/07 – Brentford

Following two seasons in League One’s top four and an agonising play off final defeat last season there have been wholesale changes at Griffin Park in time for the new campaign.

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