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Sebastian Quinn

Sebastian Quinn

Avid lover of sports, both in the physical and romantic sense. Will write for food, especially if it’s a peanut butter sandwich.

Will There Ever Be Another “Invincible” Season?

It takes great mental strength and a bit of luck to win the English Premier League, let alone go undefeated for all 38 games. It’s a feat that only two English sides have achieved, with the Arsenal squad of 2003/04 being the most recent to etch their names into folklore, …

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Consistency Will Be Liverpool’s Biggest Challenge This Season

Coming off an incredible victory over reigning champions Leicester City and a demolition of Hull, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will be hoping his side can continue their strong start to the Premier League season and begin to build momentum heading into Christmas. The Reds began the season with what initially …

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Grading The Best Premier League Transfer Window Deals

The English Premier League is back in full swing after an ill-timed international break. The coming weeks will likely weed out the pretenders (read: Hull City)  from the real title contenders. While Manchester City have gotten off to a flying start, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea aren’t too far behind with Eden …

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Award Predictions For The 2016/17 NBA Season

With the Olympics Games finally done and dusted, basketball fans now have to endure an excruciating two-month wait until the start of the new NBA season at the end of October. Kevin Durant’s shocking departure from the Oklahoma City Thunder to Golden State has drastically changed the NBA landscape. The signing almost …

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The 2016 Olympics Are Already a Disaster

The stadiums in Brazil still need to be finished

With the 2016 Rio de Janiero Olympics just around the corner, the build-up to the biggest sporting event on Earth has been less than impressive. The words chaotic and unprepared are far more appropriate. Reports from just last week highlight that the conditions in the Olympic Village are essentially ‘unlivable’ …

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