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Eddie Howe; A Sell Out? Or A Tainted Sport?

The sport is tainted. A pay to win culture has emerged. It’s killing the purists of the game. That’s not a good thing.

Thank You PE Aubameyang

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems all set to leave Arsenal to make a transfer to FC Barcelona. Aubameyang’s reputation has been muddied by his recent loss of form but his legacy at Arsenal is cemented and means something much deeper; In football it’s easy to take things for granted. When you witness a special talent perform onContinue reading “Thank You PE Aubameyang”

Are Aston Villa Prepared For Life Post Jack Grealish

For Aston Villa the upcoming Euro’s are a blessing, it allows them extra time to plan for the eventual exit of captain and star player Jack Grealish. The 25 year old English international has just concluded a career year where he had 16 goal contributions across 26 league games, this campaign helped reestablish his boy hood club as a mid table Premier League team.

Scout Report; Pedro Neto. A Potential Complete Winger?

Strengths; Dribbling ability, speed, crossing, flair, link up play, an eye for a distance shot and a strong respectably filled out frame for his age.Weaknesses; Decision making, discipline, and anything to do with defending.

Some Random Thoughts On The NBA Part 1

After the shortest offseason in memory the NBA is back. Some players have changed teams, other stars are looking to ascend, the veterans of the game are looking to further solidify their legacies and many are just hoping to get paid this offseason when the new CBA kicks in. It’s still early(way too early in fact) but let’s do a status report on each team according to their first game result.

FOOTBALLS GREATEST PROSPECT?

Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima

-All before the age of 21 Ronaldo de lima had played 167 games for club and country and scored 154 goals.

– His finishing and composure in front of goal as a 16 year old at Cruzeiro(where he bagged 44 goals in his first 47 games) is down right scary. He looks so assured as he calmly opens his body and slides the ball past the keeper. He is smiling every time he gets a 1 on 1. There is no any way around it he was born to do this and it’s even more terrifying when you realize it only got better from there.

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