Frankie Hobbs
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Willing to fight to death for my opinions, which shouldn't be needed, as I'm almost always right. Modest too.

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Risky or Brave? Arsene Wenger Is Walking a Fine Line With Lack of Activity

(1) Comments | Posted 3 February 2014 | (16:22)

Ask any ex-Arsenal player: Arsene Wenger's greatest attribute is the faith he places in his players. Those same ex-Arsenal players will tell you that this same faith can sometimes be the great man's downfall.

His current Arsenal side are in the best position they have been for a number...

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Why You Should Make Basketball Your US Sport of Choice

(2) Comments | Posted 10 October 2013 | (00:00)

The NBA season is less than three weeks away. After one of the best Finals series' in recent history, it is the best time to be a basketball fan since the days of Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls, tearing through the league in the 1990s.

With the developments in technology over...

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Not Just Another Statistic: It's Time to Investigate Thomas Ousby's Death

(5) Comments | Posted 9 August 2013 | (12:53)

Thomas Ousby tragically died last week, after falling from a ninth floor fire escape in a four-star hotel in the popular tourist destination of Magaluf.

The story was reported by many major news outlets, such as Sky News; ITV news and the BBC. Despite not being explicit, the tone of...

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The Pet-Project Hasn't Worked: Why It's Time to Sack Stuart Pearce

(1) Comments | Posted 17 June 2013 | (00:00)

Continuity - when it comes to football managers - is generally seen as a good thing. Constantly changing the head coach of a team is seen to cause disharmony; create divides in the dressing room and overall seen as something that will not lead to long-term success. Chelsea have recently...

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As Crazy As It Sounds, Wayne Rooney to Arsenal Would Be Good for Both Parties

(2) Comments | Posted 16 May 2013 | (00:00)

With his parting interview at Old Trafford following Manchester United's two-one win over Swansea City, Sir Alex Ferguson threw striker Wayne Rooney under the bus. In typical, brash Fergie fashion, he told the press that Rooney wasn't keen on the idea of playing in Ferguson's last home game...

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A Take on the Retirement of One of the Last Bastions of English Football

(8) Comments | Posted 9 May 2013 | (00:00)

There are only a handful of things that are certain in the world that we live in: The sun rising in the day and falling in the evening, the fact that the number two comes after the number one, and so on and so forth. One of the other certainties...

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