Dimitri Payet: A nostalgic throwback to a bygone era.

Honorable mention for Riyad Mahrez

The Bootiful Game

As time goes on and memories start to fade (or at least become rose tinted) there is a danger nostalgia can cloud objectivity and glorify the past. That being said for the past few years the Premier League has lacked the excitement that was once attached to it. I can’t speak for everyone but amongst many I discuss football with that is the general consensus.

For the years between the late 90s and 2010 many would agree that foreign imports helped to improve nearly all sides who have represented the Premier League. They brought in a certain flair and class in quantities previously unseen in English top flight football and nearly every club had a talisman and cult hero born off the shores of the British Isles. Nowadays there is an argument to suggest that foreign imports do more harm the progress of academy players than they do to improve…

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