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Author Archives: Greg Akerman

5 Leading Candidates to Take The Tottenham Hotspur Manager Vacancy

Posted on by Greg Akerman

When I got up to the news that Harry Redknapp and Tottenham had reached an agreement to end their four year relationship, I was distraught. Under the man who closely resembles a fruit-stand worker at an open market, the North … Continue reading

Manchester City’s Summer 2012 Shopping List

Posted on by Greg Akerman

Well, now that’s done, let’s get to the good stuff, shall we? Manchester City won the league in emphatic fashion on Sunday, though their loyal fans had to wait until stoppage time against a side fighting relegation to celebrate. And … Continue reading

How to Implement Soccernomics Without Using Numbers

Posted on by Greg Akerman

Modern times have led to modern advancements, and modern movies starring Brad Pitt as a maverick. The trailer of Moneyball made me want to see the movie; the partnership of the outspoken Billy Beane and stubby Peter Brand was something … Continue reading

4 Radical Suggestions to Improve England’s Euro 2012 Chances

Posted on by Greg Akerman

Frankly, England has a problem similar to that of mine when I play football. I’m a quality player, a rampaging right back in the mold of Dani Alves, since I’m still at that age where I have boundless energy from … Continue reading

The Reason For Tottenham’s Collapse, And Why Redknapp Wouldn’t Be Good for England

Posted on by Greg Akerman

After witnessing Tottenham’s 3-1 loss to Manchester United last month, where a Tottenham side devoid of their defensive stalwarts succumbed to three short instances of United pressure, I came to the conclusion that this Spurs side that had been performing … Continue reading