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Dark Days Ahead For Blackburn, West Brom and Arsenal

premier league Dark Days Ahead For Blackburn, West Brom and ArsenalYesterday was a day of reckoning in the Premier League. Good news for Aston Villa. Bad news for Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers.

In sport, there are miracles, but there’s a reason they call them miracles. They happen too infrequently. So, unless any miracles happen in the next few weeks, here’s what we learned from Saturday’s Premier League matches:

  1. Paul Ince will be sacked as Blackburn manager in the next few weeks,
  2. West Bromwich Albion are going to be relegated, and
  3. Aston Villa will finish in the top four above Arsenal.

Anyone disagree?


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