Monthly Archives: May 2010

Arsenal Under 18’s 5-3 Nottingham Forest Under 18’s

After a week delay, I finally have an article about Arsenal’s youth team triumph 5-3 over Nottingham Forest. If you have Arsenal TV Online, I recommend watching the game.Arsenal Under 18’s captured the Premier Academy League title on Monday (Silverware!) … Continue reading

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Arsenal 4-0 Fulham

Arsenal concluded the 2009-10 season with a 4-0 victory over a disinterested Fulham, securing 3rd place and an automatic spot for next year’s Champions League. It was a good performance from Arsenal, as they dominated possession, and made 589 passes. … Continue reading

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Best League In the World Series™: South America

This is the first installment of a 6 part series, talking about the most competitive league. You can find the intro here, and here’s how I’ll be calculating it: To find the most competitive league, I’m going to use Standard … Continue reading

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Best League In the World Series™

When watching the Barclays Premier League, you are often told “It’s the Best League in the World™”. But is that really the case? Well to figure out what the best league in the world, or least the most exciting is, … Continue reading

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Best Games of Arsenal’s league campaign

Me and Berty worked on the best league games of this year, and this is what we have:Everton 1-6 ArsenalArsenal start their season off with a bang with 6 goals away to Everton, who’ll finish 8th this year, beat United, … Continue reading

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Death of the Poacher or ode to Kevin Phillips

Many positions in football have died over the years. Wingers became useless in the 4-3-1-2, the 3-5-2 became rare and so did the sweeper, and now the poacher is joining them on the scrap heap. Poachers aren’t completely dead, but … Continue reading

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