Spurs’ acceptance of Arsenal’s superiority for 20 straight years has finally come to an end. Their 2-0 win over the Gunners have propelled them into new heights—of the Premier League elites.
Ahead of the last NLD at the Lane, Mike’s optimism has taken on new heights. Finally, he says, Spurs will seize their opportunity to prove themselves far superior to their North London counterparts.
Spurs won on a weekend when some of their rivals dropped significant points. Who will finish in the top 4 of the Premier League? Mike has his crack.
The Champions League Round of 16 featured a record-breaking comeback, a goal fest, and the typical Juve and Atleti being Juve and Atleti. What more could you ask for?
As the UCL matchday drew to a close, football fans worldwide had only one headline left in their minds: Barcelona are at crisis. Emery showed why the PSG board had gotten him and parted with Laurent Blanc.
Mesut Ozil has taken on the lion’s share of criticism, it’s fair to say, since Arsenal’s miserable defeat at Manchester City. The Gunners, however, shouldn’t have the German bear all the blame.
Round 12 of the Premier League tempted to provide us with a few upsets, but in the end, the big four survived. The league table remains unchanged, though surely it won’t be the case next week.
For the umpteenth time running, Wenger has failed to win against Mourinho in the Premier League. However, the result was perhaps sweeter than usual to the Frenchman as Arsenal equalized at the 90′.
This past weekend, as always, presented us with some wonderful goals and moves. Chelsea continue to impress, City bounce back (is it really a bounce-back?) and United, oh dear.
The Premier League top four has taken on an added significance this season, not least because of the UCL spots that are on stake. However, has it already been decided? And will it change?