What Are The 20 Premier League Clubs Wishing For in 2012?
Here is what the Premier League clubs are wishing for in 2012:
Arsenal: Gunner fans are wishing that scoring machine Robin van Persie continues his torrid streak.
Aston Villa: That Alex McLeish has a method to his “managerial tactic” madness.
Blackburn: Steve Kean is renting and not buying.
Bolton: Club officials are wishing the F.A. will bring in two more clubs into the Premier League in hopes that Bolton won’t be relegated.
Chelsea: Andre Villas-Boas decides on the correct starting eleven for his club so that they can make another run at the title.
Everton: That Landon Donovan can breathe some fresh air into the Toffees offensive attack.
Fulham: Hopefully Martin Jol can unite his squad to make another run at a Europa spot next season.
Liverpool: Luis Suarez starts to be known for his play and not for his antics.
Manchester City: That the club continues their blistering pace.
Manchester United: Alex Ferguson uses his genius to figure out the midfield problems.
Newcastle: Demba Ba decides to stay with the club through the January transfer window.
Norwich City: That the club can continue their steady pace and enjoy a second season in the first division.
QPR: The Rangers magically figure out how to score more goals at Loftus Road.
Stoke City: To make sure that an away trip to Britannia Stadium remains a difficult test for opposing clubs.
Sunderland: That the likes of Sebastian Larsson and Nicklas Bendtner give the Black Cats an offensive identity.
Swansea City: The Super Swans wish that Michel Vorm continues his ridiculous form at goalie.
Tottenham: That the Spurs finish in the top four and qualify for next year’s Champions League.
West Brom: The Baggies wish that Shane Long and Chris Brunt can continue to inspire their teammates in hopes of finishing in the top half of the table.
Wigan: That Victor Moses keeps playing with flair and goalie Ali Al Habsi remains one of the best keepers in the league.
Wolverhampton: Wolves wish that Bolton, Blackburn, and Wigan remain below them in the Premier League table.
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