The three teams battling for 2 Champions League places are Manchester City, Liverpool, and Arsenal. Some of you may be thinking “but aren’t Manchester City basically safe?”
Not yet. There are are 3 possible scenarios in which these Champions League places could be decided by a one or two game playoff on neutral grounds. Here’s how the table looks right now:
Continue reading Why this year’s Top 4 Race is Shaping up to be a Historic One
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“Which manager has outperformed their predecessor more, Guardiola or Mourinho?” The other day I heard this question be discussed, and after thinking about it for a while, I thought I’d share my views too. Continue reading Who’s had the better first season: Guardiola or Mourinho?
Recently Marcus Rashford of Manchester United has been putting on a show. With Ibrahimovic out hes the man everyone has turned to. And what has happened? He has produced. With Ibrahimovic down many fans got scared of what they would do without there main scorer. And what happened? Rashford.
Continue reading Rashford on the Rise Again
The North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham is one of the most recognizable and fierce rivalries in the world. Despite both teams carrying elite status in the Premier League, Arsenal traditionally always had the edge over their rivals in past decades. However, this was certainly not the case in the most recent North London derby, the last ever one at Tottenham’s White Hart Lane. Tottenham carried out a comprehensive 2-0 win over the Gunners, who looked complacent, dull and boring going forward. It is also the first time in 22 years that St. Totteringham’s day will not be celebrated amongst Arsenal fans- the day Arsenal are guaranteed to finish above Spurs in the table. This leads to the question: is there a real shift in power between in North London?
Continue reading Power Shift in North London?