Tag Archives: Champions League

Greed? Sure. But our indifference to UEFA’s decadence makes us equally complicit for the European Super League proposal existing.

Though we’re loathe to admit it, Gordon Gekko was right. The proposed European Super League captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit and clarifies how we feel about greed in its most brazen form. Europe’s biggest and wealthiest clubs attempting … Continue reading

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The Premier League Preview 2018/19

And so another season in the Premier League. This one has arrived quickly, with a foreboding urgency. The combination of the World Cup stifling the transfer market for five weeks, and the transfer window in England ending before the season … Continue reading

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The 2018 World Cup – but do I give a fuck?

I’ve never experienced such disinterest on the eve of a World Cup before – and it’s made me wonder why. I refute that it’s due to Russia hosting it. Yes, there’s good reasons why that should matter; it’s a country … Continue reading

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Why and how too many Liverpool fans are in a perpetual state of self-made denial.

After last season’s thrills, spills and ultimate belly ache there were high expectations heading into the new season. But Liverpool’s season has been a disheartening, disjointed, limp mess. With six league games left their chances of finishing in the top … Continue reading

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Why the Premier League should be contracted.

My plan to save the Premier League from the inevitably of its evolution. There’s that analogy, often inappropriately used – adapt, and survive, or don’t, and you won’t. So how does this apply to the Premier League? I see it … Continue reading

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