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Author Archives: Travis Lusti

Martin O’Neill Comes to his Senses

Posted on by Travis Lusti

In what has to be one of the strangest stories so far to come out of the 2010-11 Premier League season, there were rumors abound going into West Ham United’s match with Arsenal that even a win was not likely … Continue reading

Arsenal Against Chelsea: Why The Title Race Is On The Line For Both Clubs

Posted on by Travis Lusti

As the final whistle blew at Old Trafford Sunday to seal a Manchester United 2-0 defeat of Sunderland, the focus of the title race immediately turned south to London as Arsenal and Chelsea prepare to clash at the Emirates. United … Continue reading

The Madness Of Sacking Premier League Football Managers

Posted on by Travis Lusti

It took a bit longer than usual but the sackings in the Premier League have commenced. Led by Newcastle and soon followed by Blackburn, the sackings have come from clubs that seem to be far from crisis level. These actions … Continue reading

Time is Running Out For Ancelotti To Right Chelsea’s Ship

Posted on by Travis Lusti

Usually when a team has top spot in the Champions League group stage locked up going into the final matchday, there is little emphasis put on the result of that team in that final group fixture. Not so when you … Continue reading

FIFA: For the Benefit of Its Members, To the Detriment of the Game

Posted on by Travis Lusti

December 2, 2010 may go down as one of the most dubious days in the history of world football. This will be seen as the day FIFA’s Executive Committee members and its president gave a giant middle finger to the … Continue reading