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- Wigan draw shows Lions still have lots to learnIt was always going to be hard to go again after Saturday’s excellent result in South Wales and the game on Tuesday night did feel a little flat. Millwall had to twice come from behind to take a point from Wigan Athletic on TuesdayContinue reading “Wigan draw shows Lions still have lots to learn”
- Surely it’s time to go?- Arsenal vs Southampton review.Going into this fixture, Southampton sat 19th in the Premier League. Arsenal, albeit struggling for form, remained in 6th place. With just two wins to their name, the South-Coast side’s visit to the Emirates seemed to be the perfect opportunity to get the Gunners’Continue reading “Surely it’s time to go?- Arsenal vs Southampton review.”
- We’re not quite there… yetIt’s now four league fixtures against the Top 6 (and Leicester) where Chelsea have failed to record a win this season. In each of these games we’ve seen glimpses, as well as some extended periods of play, of what this team is capable of.Continue reading “We’re not quite there… yet”
- Mauricio to MourinhoMauricio Melancholy The Surprise Every Tottenham fan retells their version of events the night Mauricio Pochettino was sacked almost as if a family member had suddenly passed. I for one was cooking in my University kitchen when a group-chat notification popped up on myContinue reading “Mauricio to Mourinho”
- The Special One No MoreIt’s still difficult not to see the whole situation as some sort of distorted dream. The idea that our greatest ever manager, who guided us to three Premier League titles, is now going to be managing our sworn enemies is slightly gutting to thinkContinue reading “The Special One No More”
Week starting 04/11 fixtures:
20:00 Chelsea 4-4 Ajax.
15:50 Vitória Guimarães 1-1 Arsenal.
19:45 Leyton Orient vs Brighton 1-1 Hove Albion U21. (3-2 on Penalties)
20:00 Red Star Belgrade 0-4 Tottenham Hotspur.
12.30 Chelsea 2-0 Crystal Palace.
15:00 Burnley 3-2 West Ham United.
15:00 Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Sheffield United.
15:00 Birmingham City 0-1 Fulham.
15:00 Wigan Athletic 0-3 Brentford.
15:00 Millwall 2-1 Charlton Athletic.
15:00 Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Middlesbrough
15:00 AFC Wimbledon 1-1 Doncaster Rovers.
17:30 Leicester City 2-0 Arsenal.
12:45 Leyton Orient 1-2 Maldon and Tiptree.