Premier League 2018/19 Season Review

That’s it. That’s the season. 380 games, 1,072 goals and one black cat later, and Manchester City have only gone and won the blummin’ thing again. There were things to savour despite the predictable denouement however; Liverpool’s endless pursuit, Tottenham’s squatting rights, Manchester United (general), Watford being good, actually? The return of Brendan, Neil Warnock […]

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Love Letters To The European Union: Please Don’t Take Him Just Because You Can.

To celebrate forty-six years of peacetime and prosperity in Europe, this season we’ll be profiling the footballing history of each remaining member of the EU, looking at some of their most iconic matches and the players that have left a lasting impression on the game. For our final journey, what better destination than the land […]

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Race For The Prize: The Thrills and Spills of a Title Race Through the Eyes of the Fans.

For the first time in five years it looks as though the Premier League title race will go down to the final day, as Manchester City and Livepool’s ruthless pursuit of English football’s top prize leaves the devastated remains of their fellow top flight teams pressed and passed to death in their wake. Whilst this […]

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The House That Farke Built: How Norwich City’s Trust in the Deutsch Technique Reaped the Ultimate Reward.

Norwich City’s victory over Blackburn Rovers confirmed their promotion back to the Premier League after a three year absence, following a remarkable season that not even the most optimistic Canaries fan could have predicted. On a shoestring budget, with a squad largely comprised of bargains and academy graduates, head coach Daniel Farke turned the Norfolk […]

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Big in Japan: European Legends, Football-On-Demand, and the Globalisation of the J.League

Formed in 1992, the J.League was established to advance the quality and improve the popularity of the sport in the island country. Initially attracting interest thanks to the acquisition of household names in European football and the steady improvement of the national team, the league introduced its ‘100 year vision’ at the end of the […]

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