Tag: Premier League

United’s Year Draws To A Close

United’s Year Draws To A Close

Manchester United 0 – 0 Chelsea How the mighty have fallen. If someone had said at the start of the season that by the time United host Chelsea in the last match of 2015 one would be stuck near the bottom and the other would have failed to win in their last seven games that person would have been locked in the madhouse and the key thrown away, yet here we were. Down the years, this fixture has had an important bearing on the outcome of the Premier League with each side battling it out in some classic encounters. However, it was more about honour this time round than points. The bottom line was that for both teams this was a match that neither could afford to lose. Louis van Gaal’s United had the lost the previous four matches, three […]

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The Premier League Prediction Game Of Destiny And Doom!!! – Update GW18

The Premier League Prediction Game Of Destiny And Doom!!! – Update GW18

Games Week 18 The tables for The Premier League Prediction Game Of Destiny And Doom!!! have now been updated for all of the games played on Boxing Day for Games Week 18. With only one Games week to go in December it is all still to play for. Remember, you can sign up to play at any time. With promotion and relegation at the end of each month, and points reset, you can join well into the season and still stand a chance of being the season’s overall winner. It is never too late to join the game! How To Enter The latest tables are listed below:    Division One   Division One Division Two Division Three Division Four The Football Blog Directory Division One   Pos   Name Points 1   cbrad 29 2   Sissokay 27 3   […]

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United Lack Fight On Boxing Day

United Lack Fight On Boxing Day

Stoke City 2-0 Manchester United In a week that hasn’t exactly seen much Christmas spirit aimed towards Louis van Gaal no amount of mince pies and wine will be able to hold the critics from the door as once again United succumbed to defeat in the most demoralising and depressing fashion. It was imperative that van Gaal stopped the rot and quickly. So, with that in mind, he chose a side that had the huge responsibility of possibly saving his job. The starting XI he went for was: De Gea, Young, Jones, Smalling, Blind, Carrick, Fellaini, Herrera, Mata, Memphis and Martial. Van Gaal produced a surprise by dropping Rooney to the bench and bringing back Herrera. The move could be with one eye on the Chelsea match on Monday or just down to form. With Schweinsteiger serving the final match […]

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