Following a brilliant midweek fixture list, here’s some conclusions we can draw with regards to the rest of the season, and life in general.
Neither Arsenal Nor Man City Are Capable Of Winning The League – Nothing wrong with an away point at the Emirates, especially with ten men, but City offered very little in this one. Arseanl are beatable at home and given City’s resources you would’ve thought that Mancini might’ve gone for it. And Arsenal looked pretty damn good. They created chances and dominated a team thats above them in the league…and couldn’t win. That says it all.
Chelsea’s Season Is Over – A horrendous run of form has seen their latest debacle be a defeat to lowly Wolves. Poor defending and wasteful in front of goal doesn’t add up to a successful title defence.
Man United Will Win The League – See reasons above. While all others crumble around them, United just quietly accumulate points. 2 clear of 2nd place with 2 games in hand looks ominous.
Aston Villa Need A New Manager – What happened to the Villa of the last few seasons? A young, exciting team full of pace, tough to beat and creating lots of chances is a far cry from the Houllier model that lost at home to Sunderland last night.
So Do Liverpool – There arenot enough words for this one.
Spurs Aren’t Quite The Real Deal, Yet – Admittedly Everton upped their game but it looked like 3 points was there for the taking given recent form. Harry couldn’t capitalise.
West Ham Should Go Down and Newcastle Should Stay Up – Last night just confirmed this. The Hammers are terrible and Newcastle without Andy Carroll can still score enough goals.
Don’t Watch ‘Inception’ If You’re Tired – Nothing to do with football this one, but needed to be said.
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