Monthly Archives: December 2014

BT Sports Advertisement For The Christmas Fixtures

I stumbled on this advertisement at the Chelsea blog We Ain’t Got No History. Apparently, they can’t take a joke and chose to talk shit about BT Sports because of their #banter. Of course, this is the same community that didn’t … Continue reading

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Balance At The Bridge

Before the season began, I wrote about Jose Mourinho building a squad that would contend with the best of Europe, and perhaps pick up a few trophies along the way. I still think Chelsea are a juggernaut, probably not on … Continue reading

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My 2014 in Review: The World Cup

There were so many memorable things about the World Cup. For me, two things in particular especially stood out: one as a neutral and the other as an American. You can probably guess them: Germany 7-1 Brazil and USA 2-1 Ghana. … Continue reading

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Gary Neville Demolishes the EPL

Gary Neville is one of the best pundits working in television today. On this week’s Monday Night Football (What’s up, Sky? Can’t pick an original name?), he talks about how the Barclays Premier League’s big games have missed the oomph of … Continue reading

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Arsenal Hotspur FC

Note: This is a work of fiction. We are not in any way implying that North London’s two clubs should merge, despite it being really the best solution for everyone involved.  Crazy idea that just might work: What if Tottenham and Arsenal were to merge clubs? … Continue reading

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What We Learned from Atlético Madrid 0-1 Villarreal

Atlético should probably put their eggs in the Champions League basket. If you watch Diego Simeone’s men on at least a semi-frequent basis, then you know that he demands 110% effort from every player on the pitch, every match. And his players always comply. … Continue reading

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A New Home for the Former Next Messi

At the time it was quite shocking to hear that Bojan Krkic signed a long term deal with Stoke City. The shocking part wasn’t necessarily that Bojan wanted long term security contract wise, just that it was… well with Stoke. … Continue reading

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