James Sharman
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World Cup qualifying: Slim margins between success and failure
James Sharman
It feels as if qualification for the 2018 World Cup has been ticking over since before the last World Cup in Brazil.  
Sharman's 3 thoughts: Brighton turning heads early on
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Sharman's 3 thoughts: Newcastle quietly going about its business
James Sharman
Six goals scored and four conceded is hardly anything to write home about five games into the season, but for Newcastle United that is just fine.
Aguero is the yin to Jesus's yang at Manchester City
James Sharman
Somewhere out there, there is a brilliant joke waiting to be told about Sergio Aguero finally accepting (Gabriel) Jesus into his life, and finding peace and harmony in his existence.
Sharman's 3 thoughts: What will be Ibra's influence at Man United?
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Sharman's 3 thoughts: Transfer hype overshadows World Cup qualifiers
James Sharman
Leave it to the modern sports world to allow a transfer window deadline to completely overshadow some legitimate money games in World Cup qualifying. 
Sharman’s 3 thoughts: A crazy start to the Premier League season
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I am not entirely sure when is the right time to begin taking note of the standings, but because two matches into the season, Huddersfield, West Brom and Watford are in the top four, I think I’ll start this weekend
Sharman’s 3 Thoughts: Tottenham a tough test for Chelsea
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Sharman's 3 Thoughts: Rooney and Benitez prove you can go home
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Wayne Rooney is back at Everton and Rafa Benitez has returned to the Premier League. You can go home again, as it turns out.