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Patriotism Inc. (A multinational company)

by Joseph Guthrie  Follow @theAuracl3

“Patriotism ruins history,” Johann Wolfgang van Goethe once famously quipped and whether you agree or not, it is at the very least the penultimate tool that many people utilise in order to extrapolate their sense of superiority over the rest of humanity. 1,577 more words

Joseph Guthrie

West Brom 4-2 West Ham: Chadli, Baggies punish leaky, leaky Hammers

  • Chadli converts early PK
  • Rondon, McClean make it 3-0 by half
  • Chadli strikes again in second half
  • Antonio, Lanzini strike back

Nacer Chadli’s brace headline an offensive onslaught for West Bromwich Albion, which heaped questions on Slaven Bilic and West Ham United after a 4-2 loss at the Hawthorns on Saturday. 307 more words

Premier League

Elliot Injury Sours O'Neill's Night

The Republic of Ireland shared the spoils with their Slovakian visitors on a night that was overshadowed by what looks like a season-ending injury to Newcastle Untied goalkeeper Rob Elliot and denting his chances of a place in the Irish squad heading to France this summer. 611 more words


Premier League Matchday 17: Top Observations

Leicester top an unconvincing pile

There is no denying that Leicester City have done brilliantly so far this season. Ranieri has defied all expectations and has his team topping the table at Christmas, thanks to a brand of direct attacking football. 506 more words


EPL Week 17 Review: The Good, Bad and Ugly

EPL Week 17 Review: The Good, Bad and Ugly

Written by Zack Dwyer

Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium concluded week 17 of the Barclays Premier League. 568 more words


James McClean

James McClean is a dirty little shit You can quote me on that

— Dan Tracey (@dantracey1983) December 19, 2015

That’s all I have to say


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp labelled an idiot by West Brom star James McClean

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been branded ‘an idiot’ by West Bromwich Albion winger James McClean.

Klopp wildly celebrated Divock Origi’s 95th minute deflected equaliser against the Baggies on Saturday, a 2-2 draw that saw Klopp lead his players over to applaud the Kop in extravagant fashion. 190 more words