Tag Archives: Premier League

Mailbag: Most Underrated League, Greg Dyke the Gawd, Football Hunger Games

It’s time for another edition of the EDIZD Mailbag! We have a PACKED mailbag this time around, and we got so many good questions that we couldn’t answer them all. (If your question does not appear here, it will be … Continue reading

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Mailbag: Spurs’ Defense, Mou’s Bus Preferences, Monaco’s Rebirth

Q: Will Tottenham ever find a back four that actually knows how to defend properly? A: Spurs have benefited a lot this season (and last and even the season before last) from Hugo Lloris’ talents. He’s has made no shortage of huge saves for … Continue reading

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Mailbag: Bundesliga Race, MLS, Who Would Win a Staff Fight?

  Q: Why do Everton suck? *We answered this question last week, but Jon requested a standing order, and we were only too happy to oblige.* A: Damn it , Jon, Everton don’t suck. THEY BEAT YOUNG BOYS BERN AND LUKAKU … Continue reading

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The Manager Who Asked Por Que

Jose Mourinho has a problem. Coming into this weekend’s showdown with second place Manchester City, he finds himself without Diego Costa, the Premier League’s leading scorer who was banned three games by the Football Association for his various transgressions in the … Continue reading

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Diego Costa: Obnoxiously Infuriating, Beautifully Gifted

He’s a Brazilian traitor. He’s the Spanish scapegoat. One moment he’s in a tussle with an opponent. The next he’s banging another goal in just to remind you he’s the leading scorer in the most popular league in the world. He … Continue reading

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New Scholes Flow

In many eyes, Paul Scholes is one of the most underrated players in Premier League history. A league which revels in midfielders that are either bruising bullies in battle or have cannonball shots worthy of scorching the net from improbable … Continue reading

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Eliaquim Mangala is a Scapegoat

Scapegoating is easy. It’s also dumb. Eliaquim Mangala is increasingly becoming the scapegoat of Manchester City’s season thus far, and there’s no good reason for that. There is a very clear line between frustration and scapegoating, and there are City … Continue reading

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