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November 8, 2010

Double Parking

‘The final whistle does not blow at Old Trafford until Manchester United have scored the winner’, a widely held belief that would have gained more credence yesterday as Park skipped into the penalty area and slotted his second goal in the 94th minute. Playing less than well the Red Devils collected  three points against Wolverhampton Wanderers and close in on Chelsea FC.

Torres found his scoring boots yesterday afternoon with a well taken brace against title favourites Chelsea, the return match at Stamford Bridge is next February and perhaps Roy Hodgson will still be manager after all, plenty of packages still available on

Arsenal suffered a shock defeat today at Emirates, Newcastle had one shot, scored one goal, and won one-nil. The Gunners have every right to feel hard done by, twice hitting the crossbar, and the keeper pulling off a stunning one handed save in the first half. But ultimately no clear chances were converted and a battling Magpies led by captain Noland will be delighted with the three points and go fifth in the table.

Manchester City stopped the rot after three successive defeats and took three points away from home – the derby against Manchester United on Wednesday will be feisty, not for the faint hearted !

Posted by admin @ 11:57 am
Category: Premier League

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