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The Premier League teams’ ineptitude index 2015 -1 6 | Tom Bryant

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th November 2017

Enough of applauding Leicester City. Now is the time to appreciate “the worlds largest” incompetent units in the Premier League, analyse across 12 categories, and to wonder how the Foxes won the title after making a hash of 276 throw-ins Welcome to the Guard second Premier League inability index. Last-place season we established that QPR, […]

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Arsenal meltdown at the sides of Swansea and Ashley Williams

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th November 2017

Swanseas Ashley Williams and Wayne Routledge combine to subside sorry Arsenal at the Emirates According to Arsne Wenger, beliefs are like the weather outlook, mutable and pretty flaky. But the tornado that has the Arsenal director and his squad in its control demonstrates no mansion of abating. After the abject 3-2 defeat at Manchester United […]

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Riyad Mahrez recreates the old sorcery as revitalized Leicester drop Hull City

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th November 2017

Goals from Christian Fuchs, Riyad Mahrez and an own goal by Tom Huddlestone sealed a 3-1 winning for Leicester City over Hull City, who had taken an early cause through Sam Clucas Call off the search. After two prevails in the room of a few weeks, Craig Shakespeare can head to Dubai with the Leicester […]

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Yukon Quest: 14 sled puppies, 4 mountain ranges, 1,000 miles- and total passion

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th November 2017

The sled dog hasten from Alaska to Canada is gruelling to say the least, but self-described Quest addicts render year after year to test their limits The toughest sled dog hasten in the world didnt disillusion in 2016. Snowstorms, stranded mushers, billing polouse moose all featured on the 33rd annual Yukon Quest international sled dog […]

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Selfish Neymar and his arrogant PSG team-mates offered a assignment in Marseille

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th November 2017

An injury-time free-kick from Edinson Cavani rescued a point for PSG, but Unai Emerys musicians need to wake up and prove their Ligue 1 adversaries some respect ” I couldn’t tell you a appoint of a single Marseille player ,” said Dani Alves before Sunday night’s classique. Paris Saint-Germain players have all along been been […]

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Daredevil skydiver moves from 7.6 km without parachute

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th November 2017

Luke Aikins countries safely in a 30 -metre by 30 -metre net frontier by lighters in Simi Valley in southern California As he prepared to jump out of a plane at 7,600 metres( 25,000 ft ), Luke Aikins could just examine his landing zone. This is not unusual, but territory in the chastise area mattered […]

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Rafael Benitez encounters Newcastle’s heart to give Gallowgate refurbished sentiment

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th November 2017

After a season full of disagreement, a brand-new director has helped spread harmony at precisely the right time and Manchester City knew they had been in a fight in the 1-1 draw The roar from the Gallowgate End, so noticeable by its absence in recent times, could be heard in all its brutality. Here was […]

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Marcelo’s importance to the Real Madrid machine cannot be underestimated | Sid Lowe

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd November 2017

The Brazilian full-back arrived at the Bernabu as a 19 -year-old but a decade later he is one of the most consistent musicians at Zinedine Zidanes disposal For the second time in six dates, the final whistling raised Marcelo Vieira to his knees, but this time his person didnt slump forwards appearance first, fists vanquishing […]

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Snaps and devotions for a tight-knit unit as Chapecoense’s fairytale ends in tragedy

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th October 2017

The crash of the Brazilians plane claimed a 22 -year-old striker who was about to become a father but saved a team-mate who missed the flight through injury The musicians from Chapecoense were honcho for a coincide that would surely commemorated the spire of their sororities biography thus far: the first leg of the final […]

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Crystal Palace revert to short-term policy after trenching Frank de Boer venture | Dominic Fifield

Published in Odd and Fun on 21st October 2017

The Dutchman was hired by Steve Parish to enforce a brand-new style but was never given the time or appropriate tools to succeed in an unforgiving league Steve Parish had taken to Twitter on Sunday night on the way back from Burnley and his team’s recent scoreless defeat. There were irate adherents to address and […]

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