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Author Archives: Karl Sears

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 38: Manchester United Wins the Title

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It may be little consolation, but Manchester United has clinched the APL 2011/2012 title. As I mentioned in my last article, if both Manchester sides were to win by the same margin then United would win the league. This is … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 37: Manchester City Is Going to be the Winner

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With one gameweek to go, and much still to be decided, this week we look at the battle for top spot and the variables that could affect who are crowned champions. 1 Manchester City 37 27 5 5 10 63 … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 35: Newcastle Continues to Sit On Top of Form Table

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Newcastle retained their strangle hold at the top of the form table and moved above Spurs into fourth place as week 35 also saw wins for the bottom teams and a slip-up for Manchester United. Newcastle’s latest win over Stoke, … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 33: Newcastle United At Top of the Form Table

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With the gap starting to widen between first and second place, Manchester City were going to have to start winning big to pull back some ground on United. After a nightmare gameweek 32 for the Citizens, gameweek 33 was somewhat … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 31

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With the rest of the league tightening up, the two teams who are beginning to look adrift are sitting at the top, and the bottom. Manchester United is now 11.93 points ahead of City, while Wolves are 11.68 points behind … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 29

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It’s amazing what a couple of weeks can do. Week 27 saw City ahead of United, but Week 29 not only sees the order reversed, it’s seen United open up a bit of a gap. Manchester United’s demolition of a … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 27: Man United Continue Storming Ahead

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How about them Baggies ‘eh? Three wins in a row have seen them rocket up the table and get within touching distance of Liverpool in 7th. Roy Hodgson’s troops have amassed an amazing 22.47 points from their last three games, … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 25: Manchester United Top Form Table

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Arsenal overcame the APL’s form side away from home, Spurs and the Baggies shared the summit of the top-scorers podium and the bottom five sides are closer than ever. Sunderland slipped from the top of the form table after losing … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 24: Sunderland Sits On Top Of The Form Table

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Despite big away wins for Wolves and Swansea, the weekend undoubtedly belonged to the Gunners, who ran out six goal winners over lowly Blackburn. Arsenal’s seven goal mauling won them an impressive 7.67 points, easily the highest of the gameweek. … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 22

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This weekend saw the top two reassert their dominance and pull even further away from the six teams below who all failed to record wins. Manchester City’s late, late winner at Spurs kept a cushion between themselves and the chasers … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 21: Sunderland Moves to the Top of the Form Table

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The APL is back from a short break and is just in time to report another good weekend for the little guys as gameweek 21 saw big scores for both Norwich and Blackburn. It isn’t often that we see Blackburn … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 18: Tottenham Lead The Way

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After a week with seven draws, winning was clearly off the agenda for many teams who seemed content with playing out a stalemate. No where was this dose of Christmas charity more stark than within the top six where only … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweeks 16 and 17

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Over the last two weeks it’s hard to look beyond the results of Manchester United who secured two very impressive away wins, but let’s not forget Wigan, who have also had a great few days. A few weeks ago United … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 15: Blackburn Fall to Bottom Place

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With each recording impressive wins, Week 15 saw the unlikely trio of Wigan, Swansea and Norwich top the weekly scoring chart. The recent form of Wigan Athletic has been pretty impressive. They have picked up 22.31 points from their last … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 14: Arsenal and Chelsea Bounce Up The Table

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Arsenal continued their amazing recovery as they moved into the top five for the first time this season and moved above Manchester City into second in the form table. Arsenal’s 0-4 thrashing of lowly Wigan saw them grab a points … Continue reading

Euro 2012 Seedings Are A Farce

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I consider myself a football fan who, more often than not, looks on the bright side, but there are a few little things in the game that really grind my gears. Managers who wear tracksuits is one. Unless you’re planning … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 13: Tottenham Is This Week’s Winner

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Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Alternative Premier League Week 13 Rundown, and this week’s winners are…Tottenham Hotspur! With all around them only managing draws, Spurs’s impressive win at The Hawthorns saw them close the gap on those above them, … Continue reading

Alternative Premier League, Gameweek 12: Stoke City Plunges Down Form Table

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With no big winners or major surprises, the APL scores for week 12 were more modest than we’ve seen recently, but with Newcastle losing their undefeated record, Chelsea slipping up once more and Stoke continuing to plunge down the table, … Continue reading