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Football: What’s good this weekend?

April 10, 2015 8:16 pm0 comments
Football: What’s good this weekend?

Another weekend of football is coming and it’s time to predict the outcome, based on our clubs recent form. Or just based on mean and unbiased comments? Which ever way you may see it, let’s dive in: -The game everybody is talking about this weekend is the Manchester derby. Now, if […]

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Weekend Preview: European Football

April 3, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Weekend Preview: European Football

So here we are again. Another weekend (and Monday) of club football. So what to expect, Besides the usual?Well, nothing much,.. I think. Lets see. -After Manchester City and Manchester United, Liverpool have another top 4 derby ahead of them. And this time it’s the in-form Arsenal, led by Olivier […]

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The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 21

March 1, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 21

Arsenal : Alexis Sanchez was once again the man for Arsenal as he scored 2 goals and set up another one for Laurent Koscielny as the Gunners defeated Stoke City by 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium. The win moves Wenger’s men to 5th place, just a point off 4th place Manchester United. Chelsea: Oscar was the man for The Blues as he scored one goal and then set […]

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The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 16

December 17, 2014 12:10 pm0 comments
The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 16

Arsenal : Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla both scored 2 goals as The Gunners defeated ‘Giant Killers’ Newcastle United by 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal sits in 6th place, 2 points behind 4th placed West Ham United.   Chelsea: The Blues got back to their 2-0 habits as they overcame Hull City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Eden Hazard was once again the ‘Man’ as he first powered a header past Allan McGregor and […]

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Football Sterotypes

December 3, 2014 2:51 pm0 comments
Football Sterotypes

No player in the world will ever tell us the  real reasons why they joined a specific club. But thanks to Football Stereotypes, we can guess what motivates a player when he moves to a specific club, given the reputation and image that the club gives. So let’s look at […]

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Glen Johnson – An Overdue End to his Time at Liverpool?

August 21, 2014 8:30 am0 comments
Glen Johnson – An Overdue End to his Time at Liverpool?

It looks like Brendan Rodgers finally has a host of options to play at full-back this season, a position that Liverpool have struggled with in recent years due to the injury prone nature of Jose Enrique and the diabolical performances from last season’s loanee Aly Cissokho. Last season saw Rodgers […]

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Luis Suarez: The good, the bad and the ugly.

April 25, 2013 6:00 pm0 comments
Luis Suarez: The good, the bad and the ugly.

One of the most talked about forwards in Europe. He’s small, feisty, intelligent, skilful and runs on will and desire. But with all these fantastic qualities lies an incredible talent for attracting controversy, and not the good kind. It surrounds him. No matter how good he performs, no matter how […]

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The rise and fall of Andy Carroll

July 31, 2012 8:00 pm0 comments
The rise and fall of Andy Carroll

Despite his slightly yobbish, unlikeable character and his greasy ponytail, it is becoming increasingly difficult not to feel a little bit sorry for Andy Carroll. There is something altogether perverse about pitying a man who plays football – for a living, no less – at one of Europe’s most prestigious […]

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