Category Archives: English Premier League

REPORT: Kevin de Bruyne to Join Manchester City

It looks like this is finally happening. Bild, one of the more reliable papers in Europe, is reporting this afternoon that Wolfsburg midfielder Kevin de Bruyne will, at long last, return to the Premier League as a member of Manchester City. … Continue reading

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Regression To The Mean

In what is becoming the most repetitive narrative in the BPL, it seems that Arsenal are looking at another season of what-ifs. I know, it’s early, we’re only three weeks in, but it really looks like this year, we’re gonna … Continue reading

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The Swansea Way

Swansea City have a special place for EPL fans. First off they are as close to a hipster club as they come in the EPL (which isn’t saying much considering how large the EPL is; no EPL club can really … Continue reading

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Artur Boruc: Bournemouth’s Backbone

  Robert Lewandowski is the first person that comes to mind when Polish football is being discussed; striker for Bayern with an immense finishing ability. Team wise, it’s usually Legia Warsaw. They have some nice goalkeepers; recently moved Wojciech Szczesny. … Continue reading

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RIP to the RIP 10’s Movement

At the turn of the century, 10’s were the most important players on a football pitch for almost every big club in the world. Zidane (who did spend a fair share of time deeper in the midfield), Deco, Kaka, Rui … Continue reading

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Offensively Blue

Arsene Wenger claimed his first win in fourteen tries against Jose Mourinho when his Arsenal squad beat Mourinho’s Chelsea in the Community Shield thanks to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s first half strike. While Mourinho will be quick to downplay the loss as … Continue reading

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Raheem Sterling & The Evaluation of Wingers

Wingers: managers love them, pundits love them, we love them. Wingers have evolved from cross-launching specialists that weren’t fully involved in the game to the most dynamic players on the pitch. Modern day wingers run, shoot, pass, cross, and dribble … Continue reading

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EPL Season Recap: The Best and Worst Game for Every Team, Part 2

In the course of every team’s 38 fixtures, there will be great triumphs and terrible embarrassments. Every team had games that their fans will cherish when they think back on the 2014-15 season and games they’d soon like to forget. … Continue reading

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EPL Season Recap: The Best and Worst Game for Every Team

In the course of every team’s 38 fixtures, there will be great triumphs and terrible embarrassments. Every team had games that their fans will cherish when they think back on the 2014-15 season and games they’d soon like to forget. … Continue reading

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A Game With A New Throne

It wasn’t supposed to take this long, but it’s finally happened: Chelsea are Premier League champions. Jose Mourinho’s three-year quest for a meaningful title ended this week with Chelsea crowned after their 1-0 defeat of Pardiola’s Crystal Palace, and while I … Continue reading

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