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  • 08.26.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.26.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    26/08/2010

    The Champions League playoff round has come to a conclusion and Tottenham, Auxerre, Ajax, FC Copenhagen, and MSK Zilina have added their name into the four pots for today's Champions League group stage draw. Steven and Kenny will be in early to do a mock draw of their own and then, during the show, will reveal the draw that matters and the match-ups that come with it. Phil Schoen from GolTV will join us for a LA Liga preview and we will also get his thoughts on the Champions League draw. Sam Wallace from the Independent will join us to give his thoughts on the Champions League draw and how the English teams will fair, and the start of the Premier League season. Don't forget to show your support for the only club who's season never ends! Renew your yearly subscription by following the link listed in the alert at the top of the home page for World Football Daily. On the "My Account" page, click on the "Extend WFD Membership" under the Account tab and follow the prompts.

  • 08.25.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.25.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    25/08/2010

    We are in the middle of the week and right after an enthralling day in the Champions League yesterday with Werder Bremen, FC Basel, Hapoel Tel Aviv, Partizan Belgrade, and Braga all going through to the group stages. Steven and Kenny will review yesterday's exciting matches the pick of the bunch being Anderlecht v. Partizan and Sampdoria v. Werder Bremen; Sevilla-Braga also exciting with loads of goals and an upset result. Steven and Kenny will also preview the five matches taking place today, and at the end of the day (the most overused cliche in all of sports) we will know the last five teams to qualify for the group stage of the Champions League. Tottenham look to advance through to the knockout stages as they play Young Boys of Bern trailing 3-2 on aggregate; we welcome Nick Szczepanik, who is covering the game in London tonight, to give us a full preview of the Spurs' match. Serie A starts on Saturday and we will get the thoughts of Max Patrick on the new season and his breakdown of Sampdoria yesterday v

  • 08.24.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.24.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    24/08/2010

    As the week moves along, we continue to give you the best football coverage. Manchester City showed their mettle yesterday dismantling Liverpool 3-0 yesterday at Eastlands. Title contenders? Steven and Kenny will continue to debate the hottest topics and give the latest transfer rumours running about: Squillaci looks set to move to Arsenal. La Liga kicks off this weekend, and with a full Spanish season preview, we turn to Graham Hunter to preview the season as he only knows how. Ian Chadband from the Telegraph will join us to discuss the start of the Premier League season and who he thinks is leading the sack race. Noah Davis of goal.com joins us for the very first time to discuss all USMNT news and whether or not Bob Bradley should take the Aston Villa job. Don't forget to show your support for the only club who's season never ends! Renew your yearly subscription by following the link listed in the alert at the top of the home page for World Football Daily. On the "My Account" page, click on the "Extend WFD

  • 08.23.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.23.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    23/08/2010

    We begin another week full of football coverage here at World Football Daily. Three 6-0 scorelines dominated headlines from the weekend in the Premier League as Arsenal, Chelsea (for the second straight week), and Newcastle all enjoyed the comfortable win margin. Manchester United dropped their first two points of the campaign after failing to hold a lead late on a Hangeland goal from a corner late on. Barcelona defeated Sevilla 4-0 at home to win the Spanish Super Cup in come from behind fashion, winning 5-3 on aggregate thanks to the help of a hattrick from Lionel Messi. In the Supercoppa Italiana, Inter added another trophy to the ol' cabinet by defeating Roma 3-1. We are pleased to welcome Nottingham Forest Manager, Billy Davies, to the program (Notts Forest drawing with Reading 1-1 at the weekend). We will discuss with Billy: the new season campaign, whether or not his team can achieve promotion, and if he is going to make any last-second transfers before the window closes. We then welcome Neil Ashton, o

  • 08.20.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.20.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    20/08/2010

    The end of another week is upon us here at World Football Daily, but we still bring the top-quality show you deserve. Neymar has reportedly signed a new deal with his Brazilian club, Santos, which should halt the pursuit of the 18 year old by Chelsea. Steven and Kenny will review select games from yesterday's Europa League (Mario Ballotelli scoring his first goal for Manchester City in his debut, then going off injured). We welcome a new guest to World Football Daily, Kyle McCarthy, of goal.com, to preview the MLS weekend and get his thoughts on the USMNT. We welcome Richard Whittle back to the program to discuss all things Serie A and preview the Supercoppa Italiana between Inter and Roma. We are pleased to be joined by Ian Darke to preview the EPL weekend and reminisce his coverage for ESPN during the World Cup. Don't forget to show your support for the only club who's season never ends! Renew your yearly subscription by following the link listed in the alert at the top of the home page for World Football D

  • 08.19.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.19.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    19/08/2010

    As the week starts to come to a close, World Football Daily keeps giving you the football coverage you need. Another day of fantastic Champions League action yesterday and Steven and Kenny will review the big games and start looking towards the second legs in the playoff round. Arsenal have a new fan share program they are starting, and for more on that, and all other goings on in the business side of the game, we bring in Misha Sher of Soccerex to explain it all. Internacional were crowned Copa Libertadores champions yesterday with their 5-3 aggregate victory over Mexican side Chivas de Guadelajara. Tim Vickery will join us to give his breakdown of the game and all other top stories coming from South America. The Bundesliga gets underway this weekend, and we bring in our German Correspondent, Ben Gladwell, to give us a full Bundelisga season preview. Don't forget to show your support for the only club who's season never ends! Renew your yearly subscription by following the link listed in the alert at the top

  • 08.18.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.18.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    18/08/2010

    We have hit the middle of the week here at World Football Daily. Tottenham waited a long time to finally participate in the Champions League and the were taught a tough lesson last night after falling 3-0 down to BSC Young Boys before the half hour. They clawed their way back scoring twice and ultimately losing 3-2 which puts them in decent shape to advance to the group stage with a Wednesday match-up at White Hart Lane. Steven and Kenny will give their analysis on the five games from yesterday's Champions League playoff games. Craig Bellamy has joined his boyhood club Cardiff City and we welcome their manager David Jones to the program to discuss their most recent signing and also how he see's his team fairing this season. Can they promote to the Premier League? Steve Tongue from the Independent will join the boys to discuss the English game and what he saw from Tottenham in Bern last night. The Serie A season is just around the corner and we are pleased to welcome back Italian Commentator, Paul Visca, to gi

  • 08.17.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.17.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    17/08/2010

    Welcome to Tuesday here at World Football Daily. And the Champions League returns today with the playoff round. In MLS news, former Barcelona, Manchester City, Hull City, and others, player, Geovanni, has signed as the first DP for the San Jose Earthquakes - another high profile signing by our domestic league. Mesut Ozil has officially signed with Spanish Giants Real Madrid and James Milner looks set to finally be playing at Eastlands this season. Steven and Kenny will preview the big Champions League games for today and also discuss MLS at length today. Grant Wahl joins us to discuss the new Earthquake signing amongst the other major MLS stories, and his thoughts on the Bob Bradley situation. Continuing with the MLS theme, we bring in former Rangers and Chelsea player, John Spencer, just named manager of expansion side Portland Timbers, to the program to discuss his past playing days and what he plans to do with his new side as they get set for their first ever season next year. Welcome to World Football Dai

  • 08.16.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    08.16.2010 WFD Daily Wrap

    16/08/2010

    Welcome to yet another week of World Football Daily. The football season edges ever-closer to being in full swing with the Premier League kicking off and the Spanish Super Cup playing leg 1 this weekend, which Sevilla defeated Barcelona by a 3-1 scoreline. The defending Premier League champions, Chelsea, kicked off their campaign with a statement-winning performance, 6-0, over West Brom; Tottenham and Manchester City played to a scoreless draw and Joe Hart was the standout Man-of-the-Match; Pepe Reina conceded an own-goal in the 90th minute to drop two points against Arsenal in which the Anfield side played very well with only 10 men for half the game after new signing Joe Cole was sent off for a rash challenge. But the biggest story from the opening weekend may be that newly-promoted side Blackpool, virtually everyone's favorite to finish bottom, defeated Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium 4-0. Steven and Kenny will have more on these stories and much more. Michael Norrish from the Telegraph will join us to gi

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