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The joy of being a big fish in a small pond

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Tweet When god was dolling out physical attributes like speed, agility, balance or just a basic coordination of limbs, some of us missed out. For us lesser gifted souls, having a kickabout with some infants is this the closest we’ll … Continue reading

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Who cares if Mancini is vain? Probably not Manchester City fans.

Tweet For some inexplicable reason I’m still thinking about Roberto Mancini’s sacking by Manchester City. I say inexplicable because few people were shocked by this news when it was first announced, and even if they were, these things are usually … Continue reading

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Playing for pride is not exciting. At all.

Tweet This has been a boring Premier League season. I know it’s lazy to say it, but maybe the prolonged lack of entertainment has made me lethargic. Yes, the Football League’s been amazing, the Champions League has had some moments, … Continue reading

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The joy of away days: is Arsenal worth it?

Tweet   One of the strengths of England’s football culture is its geography. England is a relatively small, densely populated country, so you never have to travel far to find a game in one of England’s four professional divisions. As … Continue reading

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The Barcelona conspiracy

Tweet End of year reviews are a well established format in all sorts of journalism. They’re not intended to be hard hitting, but usually provoke a little debate. For example, a music review of albums of the year generally results … Continue reading

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