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Author Archives: Kris Kjellquist

Will Chelsea and Man City Regret Letting Daniel Sturridge Get Away?

Posted on by Kris Kjellquist
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Do a Google search for ‘Daniel Sturridge Bad Attitude’ and you’ll find over 13,000 search results.  Ever since Sturridge signed with Manchester City as a reserve he somehow was labeled as having a poor attitude. In 2009 Sturridge left City … Continue reading

Why Southampton’s Decision to Sack Nigel Adkins Is Ridiculous

Posted on by Kris Kjellquist
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Today Southampton has a new manager.  The owners of the club, for whatever reason, recently decided that Nigel Adkins is not the man to lead the Saints any further in their Premier League campaign despite the club sitting sixth from bottom.  … Continue reading

What a Waste of Money XI: Premier League’s Worst Buys for the Money

Posted on by Kris Kjellquist
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What is the Premier League’s Worst XI based on highest transfer fees and worst performances? If you could pick a starting eleven, what would it look like? In my opinion, here are my picks of the current Premier League footballers … Continue reading

Liverpool Are Years Away From Being a Top Team Again, But Are Moving in the Right Direction

Posted on by Kris Kjellquist
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If Brendan Rodgers’ dreams were to come true overnight, Liverpool would pass and move like Barcelona. His squad would most likely be small in stature and pass the ball around endlessly. Player movement off the ball would be automatic, and … Continue reading

Why the Premier League in the US Will Continue to Grow in Popularity

Posted on by Kris Kjellquist
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For better or worse, the days of afternoon NBA Finals are over. Long gone are the afternoons where I would rush home after school to catch Major League Baseball playoff games. The vast majority of important matches in the traditional … Continue reading