Longball – Roman Abramovich and the future of Chelsea

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On this week’s show, Declan and John cover a ton of ground. In the beginning half of the show, Oliver Carpenter joins Declan to discuss the evolving situation with Roman Abramovich at Chelsea, and everything you need to know about the current Chelsea climate in this political context. In the second half, Jamie Smith joins us again to discuss Newcastle’s resurgence, Bielsa’s departure, and this week’s marquis match-ups.

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Declan Da Barp
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John Townsend
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Oliver Carpenter
Twitter: @Olijcarpenter and @Goalitis

Jamie Smith
Twitter: @Mr_Dolf


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How good is Scott McTominay? – Player Analysis

Throughout the past five to ten years of watching Manchester United, I had thought of myself as one of Scott McTominay’s biggest fans. The Scotsman is often over-criticized when he doesn’t play well, and under-praised in the big matches where he’s always a central figurehead. But then out of nowhere, at the height of Scott McTominay’s resurgence, a fairly well established Twitter account tweeted about the glory of Scott McTominay, causing quite the stir among the tactics and analytics community. . So with that, I analyze just how good Scott McTominay actually is, and whether or not we should be thinking of the Scottsman along the lines of @EBL2017, in line with the outrage sparked from the tweet, or somewhere in the middle. Here is my analysis of how good Scott McTominay might just be.

Osaze De Rosario – Player Analysis

Still only 21 years of age, Osaze has much to look forward to in an illustrious career surely set to come. So with that, we analyze the rising star, and assess his potential future for greatness in the sport. Here is our analysis.

Final Project – Introduction to Analysis Course

We are finally here! We have arrived to the penultimate moment of this course. The ninetieth minute, if you will. But before we come to a final curtain close, we’re going into extra time to have you work on a real life application of your learnings in this course. Here’s how it works…


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