RAVEN MACK is a mystic poet-philosopher-artist of the Greater Appalachian unorthodox tradition who publishes zines & physical books & electronic books & music & photography & digital art & just generally whatever feels necessary to survive this deluded earth thru Rojonekku Word Fighting Arts survival systems (Version 69, establish 14 Feb 1973). Comments encouraged.

Wednesday, November 1

25-Man Metaphysical Roster: Tottenham Hotspur F.C.


[when an American, who liked DJ Screw, was an EPL star]

[25-Man Metaphysical Roster is a football dork methodology meant to establish a listing of players who have been most active for English Premier League teams in their past 100 non-friendly matches. Essentially, it is calculated by minutes played, but weighted towards most recent games. The end result is a listing of the 25 players in a team’s recent history who have had the largest hand on their metaphysical sporting trajectory. The English Premier League was chosen because it is the highest level of football played in an English speaking country, and I speak English. Also, it is what comes on TV here in the USA, where I fucking live. And yet still I should clarify I hate English, and also America. Thus maybe I hate myself. Should I not fail in maintaining my unpaid deadline, a new 25-Man Metaphysical Roster will appear on the 1st and 15th of every month.]

When I was first getting into EPL, I had contemplated being a Spurs fan, but then I came to my senses. Anyways, catching up on old dork data. No blurbs.

#1: Eric Dier
#2: Hugo Lloris
#3: Christian Eriksen
#4: Dele Alli
#5: Toby Alderweireld
#6: Jan Vertonghen
#7: Harry Kane
#8: Son Heung-min
#9: Ben Davies
#10: Victor Wanyama (previously #23 for Southampton on 1-Aug-2017)
#11: Moussa Dembele
#12: Kyle Walker
#13: Kieran Trippier
#14: Moussa Sissoko
#15: Harry Winks
#16: Danny Rose
#17: Davinson Sanchez
#18: Michel Vorm
#19: Erik Lamela
#20: Vincent Janssen
#21: Kevin Wimmer
#22: Serge Auerier
#23: Fernando Llorente (previously #17 for Swansea City on 1-Nov-2017)
#24: Georges-Kevin N’Koudou
#25: Josh Onomah

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