A Sunday packed full of football left City in crisis, Tottenham ill-tempered, and Arsene annoyed.
In section 1 we talk about the crescendo of the day’s football as Arsenal took on Manchester United at Old Trafford. Has Moyes proved a point with his recent form, or are sterner tests lurking in the shadows? With RVP putting his former employers to the sword, we also assess the potential weaknesses of this current side.
Moving forward, we also look at a heroic performance from Dutch stopper Tim Krul. The custodian pulled off 14 saves for Newcastle as they snatched victory from White Hart Lane. Meanwhile Spurs were forced to leave Hugo Lloris out in favour of the veteran Brad Friedel, as they once again struggled to break the net at home, we ask just why can’t such a talented squad perform football’s most important trick – scoring!
It’s a habit near neighbours Chelsea have not struggled with of late. Their last minute penalty saw controversy engulf Stamford Bridge. Jose thought it was a penalty, but did you? Let us know.
Then in the final section we discuss a hapless Fulham, a happy Southampton and a relieved Aston Villa. As always the discussion just isn’t half as fun without your thoughts, so feel free to let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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