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An American Take on England: Matchweek 5

What a week. And I know I said that last week, but really, what a week. Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Leicester all dropped points. Kepa is no longer Chelsea’s starting keeper. He’s not even their second string. Hell, he’s not even their *third* string,...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 4

What a week. To someone new to the Premier League, the big six clubs would have been Chelsea, West Ham, Tottenham, Aston Villa, Newcastle, and Everton. Manchester United were slaughtered. Liverpool got trounced. Let me rephrase that: Liverpool got beaten so badly that...

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 3

Week three is finished (I know, it was finished three days ago, I’m slacking), and as I’m writing this, I can’t help but think that Leicester are looking like the Leicester of last season pre-covid. They’re clinical, have a great offence, and a stingy defense....

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An American Take on England: Matchweek 2

Matchweek Two is in the bag, and with it Manchester City and Manchester United played their first matches of the campaign. Their results? Markedly different. United were trounced by Crystal Palace at home, while City dispatched Wolves with ease on the road. Elsewhere,...

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An American Take on England: It’s Week 1!

Aaaaand we’re back! The shortest off-season of all professional sports just got even shorter, thanks to our good friend Covid-19. Teams barely had a chance to sign new players and recover from injuries, although the England men’s team found a way to score more off the...