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Author Archives: Jord Willis

Captain Steven Gerrard Announces His Retirement From England National Team

Posted on by Jord Willis
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England and Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has today officially announced he will retire from international soccer. Gerrard, 34, has taken his time to contemplate his future after the World Cup tournament, and has decided to call it a day on … Continue reading

Arsenal 1-2 Chelsea Tactical Analysis: Chelsea Wins Battle At The Back

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Both sides entered the game with an unbeaten record in this year’s Premier League but after a tight affair the west of London emerged victorious at the Emirates against Arsenal. After Diaby’s early injury and substitution for Oxlade Chamberlain (with … Continue reading

Why Things Are Looking Up at Aston Villa Despite the Results

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After seven years of trudging up past Villa Park in my school years, I can categorically tell you that Aston is a dull place. Grey and melancholic, the drones of the Aston Expressway resonate throughout the tower blocks of inner … Continue reading

How Arsenal’s Attack Will Change With Olivier Giroud Instead of Robin van Persie

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Two games into the Premier League season and it seems as though hysteria is the only option among some of the Arsenal fan base. After two goalless draws at home to Sunderland and away at Stoke, it seems much of … Continue reading

Exciting Season In Store For Fulham After High Five Against Norwich

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It’s not very often you can win 5-0 in one of the most competitive leagues in the world and get almost no recognition of your achievement, but it’s happened to Fulham this Saturday. Sitting joint top of the Premier League … Continue reading

Have We Now Seen the End of Arsene Wenger’s Youth Policy at Arsenal?

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In what was probably the worst kept secret of this summer’s transfer activity, Santi Cazorla was eventually confirmed as an Arsenal player on Tuesday. A 27 year old with 48 La Liga goals, over 300 appearances for club and 45 … Continue reading

Fabio Borini’s Emotional Ties to FC Gomel

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“I’ve got a big connection with Gomel,” Borini revealed to Liverpoolfc.com as Liverpool start their season in Belarus, playing their first match in this season’s Europa League earlier today. Borini made his competitive debut for the Reds this afternoon in … Continue reading

The First World Cup Belongs in Durham, England

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On today, the day of the opening ceremonies at the Olympic Games, I want to ask you, the avid soccer fan, who won the first World Cup. It is likely you say “Uruguay”. You may say that they won their … Continue reading