Tag Archives: Premier League

Anthony Martial, Alexis Sanchez, and the New Transfer Market Ineffeciency

  The transfer dust has finally settled, and well, it was an interesting and active window. A certain Manchester club became Voltron and spat in FFP’s face, and the other became much maligned over a deal for an unproven French forward that hasn’t … Continue reading

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Mark Hughes and the Culture Change at Stoke City

On Sunday at Carrow Road, Xherdan Shaqiri made his Stoke debut in a 1-1 draw against Norwich. Shaqiri provided an assist on a free kick, completed 34 passes and looked solid on his debut. However, what he did on his … Continue reading

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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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In the Long Run

That game was supposed to be easy. That game was supposed to be done by the 60th minute. And yet, it wasn’t. Barcelona won the UEFA Super Cup yesterday on the back of a dispiriting performance, one in which seemingly two … 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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Words Can Sometimes Hurt You

Since the race for the last ever Barclays Premier League is over – Barclays have not renewed their sponsorship – and the top four teams will basically be the top four at the end of the season (in some order), … Continue reading

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