Soccer Writer's Article Against Long Form Journalism Dovetails Nicely With Anti-Possession Screed

Boston, MA - Soccer writer James Necombe admitted that his new column that details the current hatred of long form soccer stories has dovetailed nicely with an anti-possession screed that allows him to illuminate the changing landscape of both writing and soccer tactics in under 500 words.

"This picture is meant to indicate that the chess game between the elites in management has toppled the ethos of the possession class and returned the belief structure in the entire world back to counter attacking football." - James Necombe

"This picture is meant to indicate that the chess game between the elites in management has toppled the ethos of the possession class and returned the belief structure in the entire world back to counter attacking football." - James Necombe

"The death knell of long form journalism has reverberations in the death knell of the possession game world wide," stated Necombe's article that managed to conflate two separate ideals into some kind of high minded word soup. "The prevailing ethos of ultimate control must be corralled by the instincts of the base layers of man. In Hemmingway and Simeone we see masters that both express themselves in direct and purposeful movements of word and soccer."

Reportedly, this intellectual comparison can only be written in under 500 words as Necombe rigorously stays true to his allowed length and his ethos that less is the new mandatory football journalist style.

"Only through short, chopped, illuminating word play can I indicate the horrid efforts of those that try to play possession based soccer and write long form soccer journalism. I finally feel that I am starting to ascended to my final form and can now bring all things together at one time. Eventually the written word will be just that, one written word. I plan on writing a follow up to this piece that contains only 10 words, but those 10 words on soccer will be illuminating, magnificent and will change the world of football as we know it."

The Nutmeg News will have more on Mr. Necombe's quest to eliminate waste as it happens.