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The Match Week Review: Week 12

Hello and welcome back! We are going do roundup the latest matches before the November International break in this one. Let’s get started then. The first match this week was the Friday evening match-up between the bottom of the table Watford and injury-plagued Norwich City. Good news for the visitors, as Watford were able to secure their 1st win of […]

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The Match Week Review: Week 8

As we head into the second international break, we look back on a topsy-turvy week that has the league in all sorts of commotion. Let’s just dive into the madness. Okay, so the first match was one of those results no one could have seen coming. Brighton hosted Spurs on Saturday, coming out with their first home win 3-0. Neal […]

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The Match Week Review: Week 7

Editors Note: Hey everyone, this is Fonz De Falco, creator of the site. If you did not know, I was away in Japan for the past two weeks, so I was unable to edit and post out any articles that were ready to go. This is one of the articles that was made during my time away. Enjoy the Week 7 […]

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The Match Week Review: Week 3

There is a lot of action to cover from this past weekend, so let’s just jump right into it! Everton traveled to Villa Park on Friday, ending in a 2-0 defeat for the visitors. Villa looked to be quick on the counter, scoring the opener on a quickly taken free-kick. Jota played in new signing Wesley, who coolly slotted past […]

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The Match Week Review: Week 2

With the season in full swing, Premier League football is well and truly back. There were some good matchups this week, with plenty of action. Goals, VAR drama, and lightning-quick play made this week a good one. Burnley traveled to the Emirates to face Arsenal on Saturday. The match ended 2-1 in favor of the Gunners, who put on a […]

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Premier League in Focus: Bournemouth

The next team we will be focusing in on is AFC Bournemouth. Down on the South Coast, they have a tight-knit community where they refer to the club as, “The Cherries”. One of the things that stands out with the Cherries is that they have a tiny stadium by league standards, seating a little over 11,000 fans. This creates a […]