EPL Weeks 13 and 14 – Fixture congestion is making things a mess

Fixture congestion has always been an issue for the Premier League. For fans, players and managers alike, it has drawn ire. Consistently, big name players get injured due to having to play 90 minutes every few days from mid-November to mid-January. Money talks, however, and with nothing to fill the gap that Sky Sports and BT Sports fill with the Premier League, I can’t see a winter break any time soon, so teams will suffer as a result.
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EPL Week 12 – Tottenham’s London Derby Loss, and Brighton’s continued roll

Maybe we’re getting down to the real reason England always underperform (in the World Cup): bulletproof players who are coddled the entire season face real adversity in a tournament setting and can’t handle the pressure it brings.
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Chelsea creates a bad week for Jose and Man U, but it’s a a worse one for Slaaven and West Ham

It pains me to say it, but Manchester City, failing a huge upset, are going to run away with the Premier League this season.
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English Premier League – turmoil in Liverpool and West Ham and a big win for Huddersfield

I faded to black, went AWOL and many other non-soccer related sayings and phrases that suggest an absence during Week 8, and then my flaky-ass publisher neglected to post the juicy Week 9 recap I sent him! Despite this, we have reset the ship. All is right, and we’re back in action.
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EPL Weeks 6 & 7 – Crystal Palace is terrible, but we all like Vindaloo

As yet another tedious international break looms, a leaked England lineup showed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain starting for the Three Lions, so it just goes to show that form means nothing when Gareth Southgate is your manager.
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EPL Week 5 – Liverpool in trouble, Tottenham draws, Chelsea and Arsenal is just plain boring

Harry Winks admitted that the atmosphere at Wembley simply isn’t what it is like at their old home White Hart Lane. When Tottenham move back “home,” I think Winks might get a nasty shock when he realizes their new stadium doesn’t match up either.
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Catching Up: EPL Week 4 in Review

After yet another boring and pointless international break, the Premier League returned last weekend and it couldn’t have come soon enough.
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EPL Week 3 – Man City and Liverpool looking good, Crystal Palace not so much

Crystal Palace defender Martin Kelly couldn’t defend a turkey leg from a vegan, and Timothy Fosu-Mensah looks like he’s desperate to get back to Manchester United at the earliest opportunity
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EPL Week 2 – Huddersfield Up, West Ham Down, but really it’s all about United

Manchester United are still top of the table, have scored eight in two, and every “Top Six” team has already dropped points. Of course, it’s only early doors and I don’t want to get too carried away, but this Manchester United side might be the greatest of all time ever.
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The English Premier League – A Cheat Sheet

After my first Premier League recap, I realized that a lot of language I used was—quite literally—foreign to those not versed in the world of soccer and the English Premier League. Namely the editor, Rich Larson, said that he didn’t understand a word.
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