Who will thrive?

I was posed an interesting point this morning and it got me thinking about who may benefit and who may suffer from playing behind closed doors. The point raised was whether Granit Xhaka would benefit from playing without the fans in the stadium, we all know his relationship with the Arsenal fans is incredibly tenuous […]

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Football Returns

So Premier League football is set to return as you may have heard. There are still so many questions to be answered and we must respect those that are nervous about going back to work be it staff or players. Much has been made of the money that players are paid since the idea of […]

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Stu’s Blog Part 7

There was an international break last week but now we’re back to Premier League action and we can all wake up again. International football is so boring. Seriously. My first recollection of football of any kind was the 1986 World Cup (yes, I am that old!). I was mesmerised by the passion showed by the […]

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Stu’s Blog Part 6

I was visiting my uncle on this past bank holiday weekend and after eating our rather impressive ‘RBD’ Burgers from the Kingsbridge Inn Uncle Dave suggested we head back to his and watch the Spurs v Burnley match. He is unfortunately a Man Utd fan but he is aware of my Tottenham allegiance and was […]

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Faintys Blog Part 5

I went round my friends house for a BBQ on Saturday lunch time and to my surprise he had his whole family there. It was lovely chatting to them about all sorts, mostly sport and in particular football. Even though I was told by his 77 year old Nan, ‘Do you ever stop talking?’ I […]

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Susannah’s Day Out

On Friday our illustrious leader Susannah met with our Pitch App ambassador John Salako; As some of you will know, John Salako is a commentator for Sky Sports and invited Susannah to join him for his Soccer AM appearance the following day. Of course seeing an opportunity to put herself in front of some Sky […]

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Stu’s Blog Part 5

So, the talk of the last few days in the football world has been about the possible shortening of the transfer window for the Premier League. I for one have often wondered why the window continues through the start of the season as it is and can only see ending it at the end of […]

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Sams Blog Part 5

Press releases, press releases and more press releases….. Finally. This week, the press release has gone out!! The most nerve racking thing was pressing send on that first one, I don’t know why but it filled me with dread! The team’s hard work had suddenly made everything become real. The reality of the matter is… […]

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Susannah’s Blog Part 1

My husband is a West Ham fan, when born, he was wrapped in his Fathers WHU scarf securing the fact this would be his lifelong passion. Swaddled up in the colours as a child it was, and has been the only team to be part of his life. Luckily, when we met, if I were […]

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Fainty’s Blog Part 4

Y = C + I + G + (M-X) The equation above is fundamental and in macro economics it is the first thing that fresh faced (or not so much after freshers week) Economics undergraduates learn in a Macro Module. It is a wonderfully simple and elegant equation and is at the heart of understanding […]

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