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Men Nike Free Run 3 Wolf Grey Gym Red Stealth,Ahh. Can you smell that? Yes, my dear friends, that the smell of the English Premier League simmering on the stove, nearly ready to dive into and indulge for the better portion of the next year. It not quite ready yet, but will be, very very soon. For those who have forgotten who I am or my shtick, here a quick reminder: I am Shane Evans. I run our England page and am an English bloke, myself. I am also here to rock your world twice a week with two columns that expertly predict and review matches from the best top flight footy league on this fair planet, the English Premier League. All my diehard fans out there know I taken a bit of time off this summer as journalists need vacations, too. Well, at least from writing my 1,500 word masterpieces as often as I did. Last time you heard from me, in this estimation anyway, was prior to the World Cup when I did a little England ditty about how I thought their tournament would go. That sure backfired, didn it? More on them soon. Basically, I back for a midsummer update type piece and will resume regular scheduled programming starting just before the season does. This is what we in the biz like to call a teaser. You know, to get you in the mood for the full plate of treats that is off in the not too distant future. Obviously with no matches besides boring summer friendlies on the docket, I not going to be doing too much previewing here, and actually will spend most of the front end of the column sending a scathing diatribe the Three Lions way. I may be a homer, but I also know when to get loud and rub their noses in the mess they made. Here goes. Let start with some facts. England looked good in the World Cup for about 45 minutes of the 360 that they played. Of their 23 man roster, I was impressed with four players. John Terry, Steven Gerrard, James Milner, and Emile Heskey. Three of those players won be around in 2014. Fabio Capello deserved to keep his job and it should have never been in question. The future doesn look great. All that being said, you obviously expect a bit more analysis from me and that what you get. My number one problem with England in this summer World Cup, besides the fact that they played a shade better than France and Italy, was that there were too many individuals. That how it was in South Africa. Wayne Rooney head exploded thanks to a great season at Manchester United and a certain star killing Nike ad. He was absolutely useless. Frank Lampard was coming off another fantastic year at Chelsea and just didn look interested until he had a goal not called. Was Aaron Lennon even on the pitch? Ashley Cole? Who Ashley Cole? I know that sounds a bit harsh, but looking at other teams in the tournament, the Dutch for example, a team that is typically as divided as the Grand Canyon, they were able to quell the egos and play as one. Their football was fluid and in sync. England was bumpy and disjointed. Their match against Algeria was one of the poorest displays of the beautiful game that I have ever had the displeasure of sitting through. No exaggeration. The worst part is, on paper, they should have mopped the floor with them and didn What happened to the team that ran rampant in qualification? They were nearly flawless in topping their group and automatically qualifying for the tournament. I guess that was just their way of teasing the hell out of the English faithful and they knew all along that they would bring out the Three Lions we all know and love when it really mattered. Another thing I noticed over the course of their four matches is that commentators and pundits and the media and everyone with an interest in their success, or lack thereof, had something to say about the tactics or who was starting or the formation. There was never a time when concerned parties were ok with the product that was put on the field and in what set up. This does not bode well, regardless of how much you trust Fabio Capello. There was just no continuity with the team and despite playing much better in game three against Slovenia than game one and two, they were immediately pinned back by a far superior German side in the round of 16. So the team not playing as a team thing and the tactics/formations aside, there was one glaring problem with the English national team at this summer World Cup: None of the 23 players in the camp once looked like they wanted to be there. Playing for your club is a job. You don always have to like it or want to play the last place team in the league three days after a cup match. That fine. People don like their jobs, it happens. Playing for your country is an HONOR. Simple as that. When you can put every little bit of yourself behind the badge and fight nonstop for 90 minutes then what the point? There are 50 million people in England. 49,999,977 of them would have done anything to have been there playing for their country on the world stage. Somewhat ironically, the man who most showed me he cared in South Africa was the very same man who just hung up his international boots for good: Leicester own Emile Heskey. Honestly though, I pretty sick of this whole team and sick of thinking about it. I refuse to let it rain on my EPL parade as when these 23 pampered prima donnas are back with their club teams they play better and make me not hate them anymore. Brilliant! Let hop into the Toast and take a look at three transfer stories that are worth discussing at the moment. Yes, Fabregas will be one of them, despite me being thoroughly tired of hearing about it. The Toast (as in Of The EPL): Swapping Loaves Edition Cesc Fabregas, Arsenal: Every summer there is that transfer saga that drags on and on and just never ends and really pisses me off and makes me hate summer and then I create run on sentences to create the effect of a run on transfer saga and then everyone gets mad because they keep reading and we all just watch baseball. Yes, this Fabregas stuff is getting on my last nerve. Make a decision boy! We all know you want to go back to Spain, and why not? You are Spanish after all? You did just set up the goal that won your country the World Cup, yes? What better time than to jet off to Catalonia and play for the club that is more than a club? Frankly, I want him to stay and actually win something with Arsenal and repay them for all the faith they put in him since he arrived. The move seems nice, but bailing on the Gunners doesn Stick around, kid. Fernando Torres, Liverpool: I know the Reds won be playing in the Champions League this season (or any season soon, for that matter), so envisioning El Nino leaving Anfield doesn seem that far fetched. He one of the best strikers in the world, when fit and when not wearing a Spain jersey, so the interest will obviously be high from the big boys of the world. Chelsea want him. Man City want him. Barcelona want him. They won get him though. Not this year. Liverpool are in a very sticky situation right now. New manager, outgoing owners. They can be making too many waves at the moment. Selling their top drawing star isn probably the best move, particular with the sale of the club still hanging in the balance. Look for a big shake up next summer as there should be a new group in charge by then. James Milner, Aston Villa: One of the lone standouts for England at the World Cup, Milner has had a very solid few years and the interest he has garnered from the Manchester clubs and elsewhere is warranted. A move now though wouldn be advisable. I know I being boring and saying that everyone should stay, but I think with Milner especially, he in a great situation now playing under a great manager who will keep him in the starting line up for every match and will certainly help in his growth as a footballer. To blow this wayyyyyy out of proportion: a move to Manchester City, for example, could potentially kill his form, which could kill his England chances, which could kill their chances, which could kill business at pubs countrywide, which could kill the economy, which could signal the end of England as we know it and may revert them back to the dark ages. We have a new manager in town. Yes, Nigel Pearson wanted to keep things lateral and he took over the post at Hull. A far cry from Phil Brown I might add. Taking over the hot seat at the Walkers Stadium is a man who dresses better than Mourinho and is better looking than Pep Guardiola, one Paulo Sousa, formerly of QPR and Swansea fame. His tactics remain questionable as he known to play a reserved possession style, but hey, he a well known Portuguese international who had successful playing days at Benfica, Sporting, Juventus and Inter. Not too shabby. I covered them pretty closely given my free lance position with the league, so I know that they haven been playing as poorly as you may think from just looking at the table. Fluid in the movement and dominant at times, I see good things for the remainder of the season. They just beat Celtic FC in an international friendly 1 0 on Wednesday, will welcome Toronto FC on Saturday and then on Wednesday, the mighty Red Devils of Manchester United are in town. Wowzers. Should be a quality match with lots of publicity. It on ESPN2 for those interested. The Dressing (as in What To Wear) New kit season! New kit season! New kit season! My favorite time of year is here. Most teams are pumping out new kits for the start of the 2010/11 campaign and that means I can buy the ones I like and ridicule those that are ugly. Shall we check out a couple? (The team name and year title bit is the link).
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