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    consumer (football fans), is mandated for fixing an already stagnated relationship. One can pinpoint a timeline that directly coincides with the mood our esteemed experts (Messrs Brown et al) note when discussing community in football. The direct result of a stagnated relationship appeared during the early years of the new millennium. The first division of the football league was almost nearing a decade since it rebranded itself as the more familiar premier league. And a gap seemed to appear between the top tier clubs and its lesser rivals. Financial problems that concerned once marginally successful clubs such as Leeds football club, also corresponded with the huge influx of cash to struggling clubs such as Chelsea, and Manchester City. Such growth in cash reserves created an inflation in price for players with decent quality. Several clubs were unable to afford to improve their squads year in year out due to bloated prices on Premier League clubs. The air for competition was thus reduced to 6 clubs (6 clubs automatically qualify for europe’s two most prestigious competitions) to vie for the top spots which included qualification to Europe (teams that qualify for europe get a significant amount for qualifying). Furthermore, a certain pressure arose considering the buoyant amount of money required to compete, promoted teams from the second division were reduced to being called ‘yo-yo’ clubs because of the perceived tendency of most promoted clubs to be relegated back…

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    onto the negligent police. Unfortunately for the families, the coroner excluded all evidence collected after 3:15pm, combined with the fact that many official statements given by police working that day had been altered to paint the police in a more positive light, resulted in every death being ruled as accidental . With no one to officially blame for the deaths, the public remained convinced that the drunkenness of the Liverpool fans had been the primary cause of the crush. The Liverpool…

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    Wenger Out: A Short Story

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    Did you hear what happened? Did you hear the tail of Jack and his pins? It all started one day Jack went to go buy some milk and other groceries, because they were out. On his way to sell Bess he ran into a man carrying a big white sign that read “Wenger Out” in huge red letters. As he tried to avoid the man, for logical reason, but the man walked up to him “Here you look like you want this. Crack it open and see what inside.” the man said with small laugh and the end. Jack was so scared he…

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    Unit 8 Gcse Case Study

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    Chelsea took care of business at Goodison Park against a lackluster Everton side on Sunday. It was an odd match that saw both sides simply going through the motions in the first half, which was understandable to a degree for Everton, as they aren’t necessarily playing for anything and will likely finish the Premier League season in seventh place. As for Chelsea, though, they had plenty to play for, but you couldn’t tell by their first-half performance, as they had a few chances, but lacked the…

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    Mom travelled to Canada to visit family every summer and I was lucky enough to accompany her. Mom even had a house maid that would come regularly to help clean and she also doubled as Mom's personal hair dresser. As Prince says in his song, When Doves Cry: “maybe you're just like my mother,she's never satisfied. Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained Primary school soon became high school, however a little early for me. I went ahead a year. Was it because I was so smart, no! Mom…

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    park with her boyfriend while her car was parked along the curb. The two of them witnessed a verbal altercation between Bradley and another man regarding a dog being off leash. After some words were exchanged the two men went separate ways. As Bradley was leaving the park, walking his German Shepard Ms. Salomon overheard Bradley yell back to the other man asking if this was his car. She stated, the man replied “yes, do what you want to it.” At that point Ms. Salomon and her boyfriend witnessed…

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    Although, the Hillsborough incident is a complex issue with many stakeholders and perspectives, in order for analysis I will focus on the behaviour exhibited by the Police and Media, using the framework of Kant and others. Since the majority of Hillsborough centres on the grave consequences, utilising a non-consequentialist theory such as Kantianism provides balance. Kant’s theory is deontological it judges morality by examining the motive and rationalisation of actions; rather than goals…

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    Club football season is into its 10th week and fans are already on each other. Apart from the rivalries and derbies, the fantasy football is super exciting but football fans believe the fan base is 99% men but thank your stars am here to knock something into your head – ‘FOOTBALL IS FOR EVERYONE’. I am an Arsenal fan and I’ve been waiting for this season with the hopes that Arsenal would win the league title for first time since the invincible. I spend most of my time watching Match day live,…

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    Timing has always been a key element in an individual’s life. Most individuals can look back over the years and identify a place and time at which their lives changed significantly. Whether purposely or accidentally, these are the moments that with our comprehension on how time is ongoing and the collaborating events occurring around us, we are forced to retrospect ourselves and the conditions one lives. Joan Didion’s essay “Goodbye to All That” is a story about her new experiences as a young…

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    As society develops, people put more value on their better lives. Therefore, many people move into big cities to get better educations and get a better job. However, compared to cities, living in rural areas is safer for people because those who are living in the countryside live in longer life than urban people, have an atmosphere of people and not dangerous. Therefore, many retired people move into the countryside. One of the most important reasons why rural areas are less safe is rural area…

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