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September 27, 2010


With 3 losses and a draw to show for their efforts the top 4 teams demonstrate how competitive the English top flight really is. Wenger will be the most furious, his team’s loss at the Emirates a wasted opportunity, but in all truthfulness they didn’t deserve anything from the game.  I was there, sitting in club level directly above the Arsenal goal, and Almunia’s poor keeping in the first two minutes of the second half sent a crisis of confidence through the team. The whole team played below par and although Arsene Wenger was right not to single out any individual errors in his post match interview he will know a new goalkeeper is top of his Christmas wish list.

Chelsea’s first match against a team with genuine title hopes ended in a win for Manchester City  who will be delighted after the midweek loss against West Bromwich Albion in the Carling Cup. Mancini sees his team go fourth and he’ll be hoping his team can put real pressure on the teams above.

Michael Owen came off the bench to grab an equaliser for Manchester United and just one point for what Sir Alex will see as a failure to capitalise on Chelsea’s loss yesterday. Nani’s goal probably the highlight of the match, and a wonderful to see such an emphatic return to form for the Portuguese since his world cup injury.

As I write this I see Newcastle United have lost at home to Stoke, shame, I like to see the Toon Army in the top half of the table and have my place booked at the Emirates for their visit on Sunday 7th November.

Top match to see next weekend will be Chelsea at home to Arsenal, last season it was a humiliation there for the Gunners, let’s hope Fabregas has recoved , we will need him on top form.

Posted by admin @ 11:10 am
Category: Premier League

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