Serie A to break away, Manchester United fans petition for Tevez signing, Soccerlens interviews American keeper Hope Solo, and more

Those of you who frequent the Soccerlens forums are no doubt familiar with Ivor Irwin, a.k.a bobotonto on the forums. Ivor has contributed to SL, and he also has his own blog, where you can find an excellent interview with English Brazilian football expert Jon Cotterill.

What else should you be checking out from around the football blogosphere? Find out in today’s roundup.

Interview with American Goalkeeper Hope Solo

Hope Solo is a great goalkeeper (and nice to look at too), and Soccerlens is very proud to have an interview with the U.S. Women’s National Team and St. Louis Athletica star.

Serie A to Break Away

In a move that have a profound effect on the lower divisions of Italian football, Serie A’s member clubs have decided to break away, Premier League-style. Good idea, or recipe for disaster?

Petition to Sign Carlos Tevez

Manchester United have thus far balked on signing Carlos Tevez to a permanent deal, but some United fans are trying to do their part to get the club to make the deal happen.

Manchester United v. Liverpool – Penalties & Red Cards

A lot is made of the decisions that supposedly go in Manchester United’s favor, but have Liverpool actually come out better with the referees this season

Should Barcelona Be Complaining About Chelsea’s Tactics?

Barcelona are none too happy about Chelsea holding them scoreless at the Nou Camp on Tuesday night, but are they just being bitter about an excellent defensive gameplan by Guus Hiddink?

Did Gemma Atkinson Turn Down Maradona?

Diego Maradona is known as a clinical finisher with both the ball and with women (like Wanda Nara), but he apparently came up a little short with Gemma Atkinson.

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Manchester United v Liverpool - Penalties and Red Cards