Monthly Archives: August 2014

What We Learned From The Community Shield


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Champions League Play-Off Round Haikus

Maribor-Celtic No Fraser Forster/And Agim Ibraimi’s good/Scots win regardless Red Bull Salzburg-Malmö The Austrian champs/Shall not stand in the Swedes’ way/They’re Zlatan’s first team AaB-APOEL Aalborg must watch out/De Vincenti is in form/For the Cypriots Steaua București-Ludogorets Marcelinho’s brace/Gave rise to dreams … Continue reading

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The Versatile, Drugged Out Defense of the Future

Football tactics can be very cyclical in nature. The fall and rise of the passing midfielder in the 2000s is a great example of not only this nature, but the speed it can happen. Pep Guardiola was an unwanted player … Continue reading

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The FA Won’t Get Out Of The Premier League’s Way

If you read this blog, you probably follow the English Premier League, also known as the greatest football league in the world. It is sooooo exciting and awesome and there are a lot of good teams and a lot of … Continue reading

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Is This Man Good Or Just Lucky?

Alan Pardew is a vile creature. He’s not the most liked manager in the PL. Heck, he’s not the most liked person in the PL… and Joey Barton’s back. Pardew’s so despised, Wenger tried to throw a punch at him … Continue reading

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A Fan’s Logic

Sports fandom is a very tricky. You can worship a player one day, and call him a cunt the next. You can pledge your allegiance to a racist, an adulterer or hell even a guy who hangs out with Lil Wayne … Continue reading

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