Category Archives: Sports

Swans Hammered

The manager wasn’t high on his team’s performance in East London today. I would have to agree. West Ham United, hats off for leaping into 3rd place. Even after Bony scored at minute 19, I was worried about this match. … Continue reading

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Accountability

Mollie Wilson O’Reilly has a pretty damning post on police accountability at dotCommonweal. Is justice perverted in our country? How accurate is this citation from Brian Beutler: The point would be to eliminate the conflict of interest that arises—as it did … Continue reading

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Swans and Palace

I haven’t posted much on the Premier League lately. My Saturdays have been quite busy. I did catch the Swansea/Crystal Palace match on delay yesterday afternoon. My internet connection wasn’t terribly happy, so about the time the game drifted into … Continue reading

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Early EPL

With no pressing duties on the church front till the afternoon, I get to enjoy some compelling English football this morning. Liverpool make a game effort against Chelsea, but come up short. The difference between these teams seems so small, … Continue reading

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In the Sporting World

I caught parts of three Premier League matches yesterday. Total of two goals. More tension than one might expect. The Swans were getting pressed, and then they were a player down for twenty minutes at the end against Everton. Their … Continue reading

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Games

I had been following–but not jinxing the Royals by watching–the World Series. I had missed the Liverpool-Swansea match yesterday. The Swans won the League Cup before I knew there was a League Cup and before my corporate masters at NBC … Continue reading

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Worst?

Taking a break from English football to follow the World Series. I was on retreat, silently, earlier this summer. The Royals didn’t lose during the days I was incommunicado with the world, and were in first place for something like … Continue reading

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