In the phenomenally wealthy Premier League, the team still works
Duncan is the Deputy Sports Editor at Gulf News. Formerly a pro-youth footballer and football reporter in his native Scotland, Duncan has been at Gulf News since November, 2015. Follow @duncanhare on Twitter.
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