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My manifesto to save football from itself

It’s fitting that a significant section of society and its institutions should begin to emulate the behaviour of the government it elected. Still, while too many did, most didn’t vote for Boris Johnson. And no wonder, even before being elected … Continue reading

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The Premier League Quarterly Report 2015/16 – The Half-Way Point

Like Groundhog Day, I’m repeating myself in these Premier League columns, regurgitating the same thought, but, alas, it’s true – the Premier League continues to decline at an alarming rate. Superficially obfuscating this is its immense wealth and a delusional … Continue reading

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The 2015/16 Premier League Preview

So here we go again, another Premier League season is about to begin. Usually this should induce a feeling of excitement as football’s one of the few things that manages to make the uncertain and uncertainty that is the future … Continue reading

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Relegation Day

When it comes to the last weekend of the Premier League season it would be better if the title was on the line, but a relegation scrap is a passable consolation prize. Its appeal is both engrossing and macabre, akin … Continue reading

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