Competitive Imbalance in the Premier League – Good Read!

c88K3This week The Gaffers discussed a great article, recently published in The Economist. It was passed on to us by Honorary Gaffer, Dave, who gravitates towards the nerdier side of sports. It is a brave attempt to qualify and quantify the new competitive balance in the Premier League this year. We urge you crazy Gafferinos and Gafferinas to click and give it a perusal:

Competitive balance in football: Why the English Premier League has been turned upside down

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Episode 22: Premier League Hanukkah Schedule – It’s Like Buttah!

Premier League Holiday fixtures

Wherein Our Heroes get verklempt over coffee talk. Manchester United and Chelsea…no big whoop. Arsenal have a mixed Holiday Season. Francesco Becchetti dupes…who knew? There are many haircuts to discuss amongst yourselves. Also, Per Mertesacker wipes his shpilkis on an unsuspecting admirer’s genechtagazoink.

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Music by: Bear Mountain – www.facebook.com/mybearmountain

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Episode 21: Adam and Jason’s Electric Yuletide Acid Test

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Wherein Our Heroes imbibe liberally and spread tidings of joy and happiness. Stevie G suffers a lacerated Yule Log, a former England international is on the Naughty List, and Pogba proves a little dab will do him. A Christmas Classic is given the Gaffers treatment, and two very special guests cover a Yuletide staple. Happy Holidays!

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Episode 20: The UEFA Champions League – We Fixed It!

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Wherein Our Heroes explore why Petr Cech would be moved to eat himself, a star of the Italian Silver Screen rubs up against the business side of football, and Vardy is salty while Mahrez is sweet. We rue the fact that one Monk has no attachments, and Zanetti so easily finds the warm ball. Also, Gazza takes it too far (again) and our hats are off to Ataturk. Tune in next week for our Yuletacular Special!

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Music: “See You Through” by Bear Mountain

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Coming Soon…“Your Ass Got Saaaaaaaaacked: The Gary Monk Story”

Bj4Ss8uIcAAb0BGWas it the stern demeanor? The lack of top-tier experience? Losing the room? Regardless, us Gaffers are really hoping to see Gary Monk’s rise and fall adapted to either the stage or silver screen. Alan Tudyk (of Dodgeball, A Knight’s Tale, and Assassin Banana fame) would make a great lead, no?

Further casting pending the announcement of Monk’s replacement. Some early ideas:

Gary Sinise as David Moyes

Ben Stiller as Gus Poyet

Christopher Ecclestone as Brendan Rodgers

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Episode 19: Herr Postsack Man

WebWherein Our Heroes get all Deutsche up in this Nordecke and pull out their Postsack to answer your burning questions. Der Kraftwürfel shines for Stoke City, Marwin Hitz causes a Modeste miss and the MLS Cup Final is wunderbar! Also, the president of “Le Coq” is not havin’ any sex scandals, Jack Warner plumbs new depths, and Rodney Wallace bobs and weaves his way through a barrage of beer cans all the way to the illustrious “Haircut of the Week” award.

Music: “See You Through” by Bear Mountain

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Episode 18: Jamie Vardy! The Dream Begins

WebWherein Our Heroes hope the MLS Cup runneth over, a cast is discussed for Jamie Vardy’s life on celluloid, Manchester United continue to bore, Arsenal’s infirmary continues to burst at the seams, and we are not having Diego Costa’s pathetic attempt at insubordination. Also, Leeds fans are collectively awarded for their trouble obeying the law.

Music: “See You Through” by Bear Mountain

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