Posts By: Pedro

Can kids lead the way with chance creation solve?

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A QUICK POST FROM ME TODAY. I know we’ve been here before, but anyone dropping HOUSSEM SIGNS exclusives that is a random twitter handle or someone that has NEVER had a story in their life… is lying… or taking the weird guy at the end of the bar a little too seriously. No intermediaries are… Read more »

Aouar noise moves forward + Liverpool pregame thoughts

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Well, the Premier League really is turning out some batshit crazy results. I’m currently watching a very lost Manchester City lose 5-2 to Jamie Vardy’s Leicester AT HOME. West Brom went 3 up against Chelsea before bottling it and drawing the game, Frank Lampard is no longer the plucky upstart, he’s a greedy chequebook manager… Read more »

Liverpool doubleheader + PLAYERS PLEASE

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So, anyone out here getting a little bit, you know, irritable? I am. WHERE ARE THE PLAYERS! I don’t have any updated intel on what is going on. I assume that Arsenal is looking at all options whilst also wrestling with new information… like, what the hell are we going to do about the £93m… Read more »

Impressive victory keeps the momentum going

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Well, you’ll take that, right? Arsenal made 7 changes against a very good Leicester team and came out worthy victors. It wasn’t the prettiest of games, but it was a dogged hard-fought victory with plenty of positives.

Welcome Rúnar

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A very quick post from me today because I have just finished up a pitch and I have zero mental strength to give. Arsenal signed Icelandic keeper, Rúnar Alex Rúnarsson from Dijon. He’s been given the number 13 which would indicate to me he’ll be the number two this season. I can’t say I’ve been… Read more »

Transfer wheels need to start turning this week

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I think we’re heading into a week of action. Some teams have had shockers and lost. Some teams have had shockers and clearly showcased their weaknesses (hello, Arsenal). Some teams just need to make some moves.