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Author Archives: Aaron Gordon

FOX’s Americanization of the English Premier League

Posted on by Aaron Gordon

Most fans of the Premier League in the United States want the game to grow, and broadcasting games on a major network is a tremendous step forward. Unfortunately, this means soccer is jeopardizing one of the major areas where it … Continue reading

Too Much Importance Is Placed On Stadium Naming Rights in the Premier League

Posted on by Aaron Gordon

Corporations are taking over soccer, right? If you believe this, then the renaming of St. James’ Park is surely incontrovertible evidence on your behalf. Kristan Heneage already wrote about this, saying that the name is irrelevant since the ground will … Continue reading

5 Steps to Sacking a Football Manager: A Checklist for Premier League Fans

Posted on by Aaron Gordon

There is a lot of ardent disagreement right now regarding Arséne Wenger. As a fervent Wengerist, I dismissed the calls for his sacking as the siren call of narrow-sighted supporters.  But as the losses pile together and the hopeless future … Continue reading

The Evolution of Wengerism

Posted on by Aaron Gordon

Engineers build things, economists study efficiency, and kids who live above pubs learn a lot about soccer. These three backgrounds are the source of Arsene Wenger’s managerial success at Arsenal. He builds clubs, finds players from every corner of the … Continue reading