Monthly Archives: September 2010

Arsenal Need More Than A New Keeper

Arsene Wenger is sure to come in for the usual avalanche of criticism following the West Brom match on Saturday. Doubtless most of it will be directed at the failure to address the goalkeeping situation and whilst this is a legitimate … Continue reading

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The State of English Football: Part Three

This piece originally appeared on the Carvalho Peninsula. There is no topic as widely discussed within England’s football community as the national team. It is nothing short of an obsession. Interest in the side is practically forced upon youngsters as … Continue reading

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The State of English Football: Part Two

This piece originally appeared on the Carvalho Peninsula. World Cups are always watershed events. Reputations are made or destroyed over the course of one month, and the next few years are largely founded on the principles of the preceding tournament. … Continue reading

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