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It’s not every day that fictional material can have such an impact on oneself, experiencing the consequences that your actions can have on others and leave you engaged as the entire story unravels and progresses. The decisions that you are forced to make can often leave you feeling betrayed, delighted, or even miserable, but overall it’s storytelling at its absolute finest.
As someone who loves to play all types of video games, it’s rare for a game to have had such an impact on me over a long period of time. While I’ve always enjoyed game franchises like Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, and others like Pokemon and Crash Bandicoot, no video game franchise has ever left me more engaged and invested than Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead.
20th – Cardiff City: Probably the weakest team in the Premier League overall and Neil Warnock has a bad record in the league too. They’ve made some decent signings in Harry Arter and Bobby Reid but I’d be shocked if they managed to stay up.
19th – Southampton: Really surprised at how much they’ve declined in the last few years. The current squad is the weakest it’s been for a while and Mark Hughes is a bad manager. Most of their signings have been average at best.
With the summer transfer window officially closed for Premier League clubs, it’s finally time for Unai Emery and the squad to prepare for the gruelling season ahead. Under the club’s new set-up, Arsenal moved significantly faster when it came to strengthening the squad but were unable to pull off many “big” signings due to a low budget as well as issues regarding the wage bill. The following gives my thoughts on every major signing and departure that occurred for the Gunners during the transfer window.