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Wenger must take the blame for Arsenal implosion

October 4, 2011


It seems like all Arsene Wenger’s chickens have come home to roost at exactly the same time, and these sour-tasting poultry are swooping in on the under-pressure Arsenal manager in truly unstoppable numbers. There was the misguided faith placed in young players that did not reach the potential he saw in them, namely Denilson, Carlos […]

Funds not fans rule Olympic obsession

October 3, 2011


In March of last year myself and my colleagues at The Hackney Post were at the forefront in reporting that West Ham United FC wanted the Olympic Stadium even if they were forced to retain a running track, as well as the official bid itself. At the time West Ham supporters were critical of the […]

Reading the riots: An alternative perspective

August 12, 2011


I must begin by stating that I, in no way whatsoever, condone the actions of the rioters and looters in London and other cities within the UK over the last few days. However, in what follows I hope to add a level of understanding to what has occurred. In the short term all Cameron and […]