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Author Archives: Jack Flahavan

About Jack Flahavan

Jack is an ardent football fan who purely and simply loves the beautiful game. Jack currently lives in Bristol, but his true loves are everyone's most hated team, and Southampton F.C. An aspiring sports journalist who has written for various print and online outfits, Jack is delighted to be writing for EPL Talk. Jack's soul wish is for Michael Laudrup to turn back time and play in the Premier League.

Jose Mourinho Prepares For a New Era Of Chelsea Dominance

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With the new Premier League season less than three weeks away, the long wait for competitive soccer is almost over. This time around, there will be no Fergie, no Mancini, nor will there be a poor fellow in the Chelsea … Continue reading

Carlo Ancelotti’s Appointment Is Not All Romance at Real Madrid

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Having suffered from a plague of controversy and acrimony under the rule of The Special One, Real Madrid decided to turn over a new leaf, or at least a slightly different one. In Carlo Ancelotti, the kings of Spain have … Continue reading

Regardless of His Talent, Neymar’s Move to Barcelona is Still a Gamble

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Two weeks ago was an exciting day for football and could quite well go down as a date in history where another divine footballing marriage was sealed. That was the day when Brazil’s most prodigious talent since Ronaldo — Neymar … Continue reading

Swansea Must Keep Michael Laudrup Content For As Long As Possible

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After last year’s success under the direction of Brendan Rodgers, Swansea City were celebrated for having one of the finest debut seasons out of any newly promoted side since the inception of the Barclays Premier League. Unlike other beginners making … Continue reading

Marouane Fellaini Pines For Manchester United But Is He Up To The Task?

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On Monday morning, David Moyes arrived at Manchester United’s Carrington training complex to start work, a whole 42 days ahead of schedule. In another line of work, Moyes would be commended for his professionalism, or, on the flip side, he … Continue reading

Fourth Place Is Not Enough For Arsenal

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In the 52nd minute at St. James’ Park, the inevitable happened. Arsenal scored. Not many would have banked on the rejuvenated Laurent Koscielny to break the deadlock in such a fine fashion, putting his team firmly in the driving seat … Continue reading

As the Premier League Season Closes, An Even Better One Beckons Next Season

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And so the end has come once again, the moment every ardent soccer fan dreads; the final kick of the ball, the last high-pitched call of the whistle, and the customary sign-off from FOX Soccer and ESPN (in the States) … Continue reading

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