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West Ham’s Takeover Is Well-Considered, Stable and Boring

For those not emotionally invested, the sale of a prominent Premier League club is chum in the water.  We want easily caricatured nutballs in charge, huge transfer budgets, grandiose schemes destined to fail and decimations of the club’s staff.  We want entertainment. Given that context and the club’s unique penchant […]

You Cannot Make a Revolution with Silk Gloves

ESPNsoccernet is reporting that Red and White Holdings Ltd. has increased it’s share of Arsenal F.C. to 24%, making the group the second largest shareholder behind Daniel Fiszman who has 24.11%.  The lock-down agreement preventing a takeover bid expires in April. Cue the Darth Vadar Theme (David Dein enters)

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Which Manager Should Replace Roy Hodgson At Liverpool?

For many Liverpool supporters who were holding out faith for Roy Hodgson to turn the team around, many lost their belief in Hodgson after Wednesday night’s pathetic performance against Wolves. At this rate, Hodgson’s position as Liverpool manager is tenuous. But who do you think should replace him? Vote in […]

Slow on the draw: Week One oddities

What a start to the Premier League season… for precisely half of the Premier League clubs. For the other half, it has not been good at all. The reason? Every single game this weekend has ended in a positive result for someone, i.e. there have been no draws. This fact […]

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