Tag Archives: Arsene Wenger

It’s The Beautiful Game, But Is Romance Dead?

By David Gee. (@DavidGee26) Football; it’s the beautiful game, a sport emotive in the extreme. But these emotions are neither polar nor absolute; joy does not solely equate to winning in the same way that losing will not always invoke despair. For many the manner of victory is just as important as the triumph itself. [...]

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The Closest Title Race Yet

By Matthew Jones THERE are several factors screaming out at me that say the 2013/14 season will be the closest title race in years. Manchester United’s 20th English domestic title was a carnival parade – despite the fact that critics continue to weave the laughable yarn that the current squad is one of the worst [...]

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Van: The Right Man

By Nathan Thomas. It was a mooted transfer that could scarcely be believed until it was set in stone on the 17th August as Robin van Persie passed a medical which saw the Dutchman seal a shock move to Manchester United. The former Arsenal striker, the nemesis of United and many others, comes at a [...]

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