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November 1, 2010

We’ve only got one Song

Midfielder Alex Song popped up with a diving header in the dying minutes on Saturday to secure a win for Arsenal just when it looked like Robert Green’s heroics in goal might be enough to earn West Ham a point. Arsenal keep up their good form and play Newcastle on Sunday 7th November. We have some club level and ticket meal packages available for that match at just £ 150.00 each, a bargain, get in touch !

Liverpool FC have catapulted themselves up the table with two wins out of two in the league, but the performance was far from convincing. Torres missing chances he would have put away blindfolded last season and Gerrard failing to find the target with some long range attempts. Rodriguez scored the only goal in the dying minutes to take the three points. Next up in the league for Liverpool FC is the small matter of league leaders and title holders Chelsea. Surely the opportunity to prove themselves against the best will inspire the Reds at Anfield.  We have a handful of match day hospitality packages available at just £ 175.00 each, drop me a line before we sell out.

Newcastle have been jittery of late but a win against local rivals Sunderland will give the club and supporters a massive boost. And it was an emphatic win in a pulsating derby match. Captain Nolan scored a hat-trick, final score 5 – 1.  The game against Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday will be a real test….and I’m going to be there to see it !

One of the most bizarre goals ever seen in the Premiership was scored by Nani at Old Trafford on Saturday. Having failed to win a penalty the Portuguese clearly handled the ball in frustration but no whistle from the referee. Goalkeeper Gomes placed the ball on the deck , took a few steps back for a run up only to see Nani steal in and poke it in to his goal. Cue mayhem. The linesman belately raised his flag when Gomes raged at him and the referee and linesman went into conference. Everyone expected the goal to be disallowed for Nani’s handling offence, but inexplicably the referee awarded it. Harry Redknapp practically had a heart attack on the spot. Utterly baffling goal and no explanation from the referee post match. Manchester United won 2 – 0.

Tempting though it is to make a referee explain his decision after a match you can imagine the ridicule he would suffer. Only ever asked about the poor decision, never praised for the good ones, what a thankless task it would be – all respect stripped away , and then asked to do it all again next week.  It would be fun though !

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Category: Premier League

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