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Thomas is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report primarily covering Tottenham Hotspur and the English Premier League, as well as a contributor on other aspects of world football, road cycling and Alpine skiing.
Hi, Thomas. No worries! The Argentine/Argentinian issue has actually been added to the B/R stylebook recently. It reads: "Follow the applicable external style guide: AP Stylebook's "Argentine" for American English copy and "Argentinian" for British English copy." As your work is evidently British-English, Argentinian is the preferred option. Cheers!
No problem at all, Thomas. Have a good one!
No worries, sir!
With the injury situation and Mourinho's pragmatism, I can see it either being 1-0 Chelsea or a 0-0 draw—I think both managers would be happy with the latter.
If he's off, hopefully Real Madrid have been watching him in that case. That Villa result was a killer; with how City have been playing of late, I thought there was a real chance for you to sneak back into contention.
It's always a pleasure, Thomas.
You're welcome, Thomas! Have a great weekend as well!
No problem. I was a bit gutted when you picked him up in the first place—I thought he looked perfect for United on the, admittedly few, times I'd seen him. I reckon he'll stay, mind. He seems to have his head screwed on, and I'm sure that he knows a team will be built around him and Kane at Spurs, whereas no matter how good he is, that Chelsea team isn't going to be easy to break into—take a look at Cuadrado.
Always a pleasure, Thomas!
You're welcome, Thomas. It's been a good weekend here too—finally feeling like spring!