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Only Manchester United Can Stop Liverpool Winning The Premier League

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Well they’ll be dancing in the red half of Manchester this morning after the fantastic day December 29th turned out to be for the Red Devils. Firstly, I awoke to discover that Steven Gerrard had been arrested after a night out in the Liverpudlian Rivera, or Southport as it’s really known, apparently after having an altercation with a DJ who wouldn’t play the music he liked, but no word if Gerrard wanted his favourites from Phil Collins or Coldplay on the decks: Note to self, never, ever book Steven Gerrard to DJ at a party. As I write this, Gerrard has been charged with assault and affray and has been bailed to return to the Magistrates on January 23rd. Ironically, as is the way with such things, Liverpool have to entertain Everton in the Merseyside derby on the 19th, so Everton fans will no doubt be composing suitable ditties as we speak. Can Gerrard maintain his excellent Christmas form after this?

Alex Ferguson 405017a Only Manchester United Can Stop Liverpool Winning The Premier LeagueSecondly, United won 1-0 in the evening kick off against Middlesborough in a laboured performance that only seemed to settle down when Gary Neville and Paul Scholes joined the fray seconds after Tuncay had missed a glorious chance to put Boro ahead. United had plenty of chances and possession but Middlesborough stuck to their task manfully and made United work to get the three points through Berbatov’s smashing volley under pressure. The post Christmas fixture list is usually when Manchester United begin to grind down the leaders, slowly, methodically, patiently, knowing that 10 Premiership Trophies shows exactly what their rivals fear the most, they’ve been here so many times and even misfiring up front, keep garnering the points to move them upwards.

Even though they’re struggling for goals, only scoring 9 in the last 7 matches, they’ve still collected 17 points, four more than Liverpool and seven more than Chelsea over the same period as well as winning the World Club Championship and moving into the Semi-Finals of the League Cup. Now that’s ominous form and with Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal all yet to go to Old Trafford, Ferguson knows that the Premiership is in his own hands, win all three of those games and United will be Champions again. Forget Chelsea pushing Liverpool, they’re all over the place at the moment, simply showing what an important and under-rated player Michael Essien really is to the Blues. Normally, with the transfer window opening, you’d expect them to go out and sign 2 or 3 players, but probably not this year, apparently all they need is a striker. Peter Kenyon has said so, so it must be true.

Manchester United’s next home game is crucial to Chelsea’s faltering title challenge as the Blues continue to struggle with absences, enforced and self induced, to keep pace with Liverpool and hold off United as well as battling on three fronts and the Red Devils will be waiting for them a week on Sunday, hoping that New Year will seem so familiar to Manchester United. I can’t see anything other than the Red Devils turning the screw on the the top two and it will finally show us if Liverpool and Chelsea do have the stomach for a title fight, because United certainly do.

12 Responses to Only Manchester United Can Stop Liverpool Winning The Premier League

  1. diranoct3 says:

    Bullshit

  2. Chris Walker says:

    what a stupid comment above. Agree with the article totally, Chelsea are dropping far too many points and its just too hard to see past Man U, they have a plethora of options across the pitch, they have won title after title so holding their nerve is not going to be a problem. This is goint to be a close race and Liverpool certainly are finally genuine contenders. Straight fight between the two sides , United will press relentlessly but if Liverpool hold their nerve and make the right signings to bolster the squad in January its theirs to lose.

  3. red-lad says:

    We play at home on the 19th,Get your fact's right!!!!

    I stopped reading once i seen that….

    Clueless….

  4. Mish says:

    I agree with the article the mancs are Liverpool's main threat
    I think the title will be decided when Chelsea,Man U & Liverpool play each other. If Liverpool come out of these clashes unscathed the title is coming to Merseyside.

  5. PaulieB says:

    Erm, entertain means to be at home?

  6. brian says:

    such shite!
    how are chelsea out of the title race trailing by three points with 18 games 2 play??
    i wish they wer!

  7. PaulieB says:

    Can you honestly say, hand on heart that Chelsea are playing well? Lose at Old Trafford on the 11th and you'll be a point above them and United will have two games in hand over you.
    United have already clawed back seven points on you in 7 games and flown half way around the world and got the semi's of the league cup at the same time.

  8. Marquiz says:

    Haha, exactly… someone needs to calm down and read properly

  9. Auslander25 says:

    It originally said travel to goodison.

  10. Benny says:

    2 games in hand and 7 points behind Liverpool….. Taking into account that Man Utd drop points against Fulham and Wigan, do u still think that Liverpool and Chelsea will win at Old Trafford…….. I don't know why people keep forgetting that this is Manchester United and not Man City……

  11. alanP says:

    Make no mistake, fellow Devils, Liverpool are the team to finish above this season.
    Still think United will come out as Champions, but give the scousers due respect, they defend well, are well drilled and will not be easy to beat. They may not, however, WIN enough matches when it matters. Bring it on!

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