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Football’s Changing Landscape

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Share:“History must be rewritten in every generation, because although the past does not change, the present does; each generation asks new questions of the past and finds new areas of sympathy as it re-lives different aspects of the experiences of its predecessors.” – Christopher Hill Football’s landscape has changed permanently. In this era of “superclubs”, oil-rich magnates and changed loyalty …

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Calling A Spade A Spade

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Share:Let us first address the glaring issue: “spade” is a derogatory racial term used to describe black people in the United States in the post-Civil War era. It’s no longer openly used in mainstream culture because of the gigantic strides made in civil rights since then. Gigantic strides. Black people are no longer considered 3/5ths of a white male, land …

Yaya Touré, The Faceless Man

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Share:In the brilliantly-written epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire, exists a secret society of assassins known as the Faceless Men. This ancient order, both by incredible skills gained by years of practice and magic, are able to disguise themselves in any manner necessary in order to gain access to their target; literally (Warning: Game of Thrones Season …

Amunt Valencia: How I Came To Love Los Che

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Share:My start in the game was at the age of 6, watching my 11-year-old brother play with his travel team. As just about any younger brother/sister knows, we typically want to follow in the footsteps of our elder siblings. When we moved to Mississippi, I began to play on a recreational team in Hattiesburg, and I found out that I happened …