Month: February 2019

Blog#36 – Will this Eleague help cut back on green house gases?

Quite the opposite actually. The up and coming E Leagues are not groups of left wing activists attempting to convert you to renewable energy, (relax all you conservatives out there, but while I’m here, get your act together), it’a actually quite the opposite. It’s a video game league consisting of ‘power hungry’ FIFA19 fanatics competing …

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Blog#35 – Kepa’s first game in charge didn’t quite go to plan…

I won’t write another blog about Chelsea. I won’t write another blog about Chelsea. Hey everyone, did you hear about what happened in the League Cup final between Chelsea FC and Manchester City? Damn it, Chelsea! We need to talk about this situation because last time I checked, when your manager wants to substitute you …

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Blog#34 – Chelsea hit with the almighty Banhammer

What have Chelsea done now? Well, where do we begin… The FIFA disciplinary committee handed down a players transfer ban preventing Chelsea FC from registering any new players over the next two transfer windows. How did this happen? Chelsea FC breached certain FIFA transfer regulations, in particular Article 19 and article 18bis. The multiple breaches …

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Blog#33 – Sarriball?

Everyone keeps talking about ‘Sarriball’. It spurred my curiosity. What actually is it? Lately, I have been talking about  political issues in football and I feel it’s time for a change of pace. Now I watch an enormous amount of football and only really focus on team tactics if the game catches my interest. So, …

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Blog#31 – Declan Rice left the Irish steaming…

Should you be able to change your international allegiance? If a more successful country came calling, would you jump ship? It has become the topic of discussion lately and will always be contentious among football supporters. The aforementioned Declan Rice has re-ignited this debate as he recently switched his allegiance from the Republic of Ireland …

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Blog#30 – La Middle East Liga?

Here we are again. Another day, another story about how the clubs who have it all, want more. Do I complain too much? Yes. But it’s to serve a purpose. It’s to inform people about how decisions made by those in charge, generally greedy old men, negatively affect your average football fan. Let me try …

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