Tag Archives: Gordon Gekko

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 2014-15 Premier League Quarterly Report – The Quagmire Edition

Quagmire; noun 1. an area of miry or boggy ground whose surface yields under the tread; a bog. 2. a situation from which extrication is very difficult: a quagmire of financial indebtedness. 3. anything soft or flabby. As Jim Bowen would put it the English language is ‘super smashing great’ for variety, nuance, complexity and intrigue, but not so good when an enticing word doesn’t quite mean what you believe it … Continue reading

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The miserable truth behind Sky’s coverage of ‘Transfer Deadline Day’ (Revisited).

This is a reposting of an article I wrote in the build-up to Sky’s coverage of Transfer Deadline Day last summer. As expected Transfer Deadline Day managed to be addictive, compelling and amateurish, occasionally at the same time. You can … 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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