It is one of the strange facets of football the timings of fixtures throughout the season. In the first fixture of the season at Goodison Park, Manchester United ran out 3-0 winners in Everton’s first game after the death of Howard Kendall. That game was also played immediately after an international break all that time ago in October and the sides once more line up to face each other post-International duties. Will that have any bearing on this weekend’s result? No one knows but the computer has thrown up another fixture post the international break with both teams looking for a result. Continue reading “Lukaku To Shine at Old Trafford?”
If Spurs are being remarkably ‘un-Spursy’ this season, it’s perhaps with an even greater annoyance for Arsenal fans that their North London team is following the script for verbatim. Arsenal, ever since Christmas, have been incredibly ‘Arsenaly’.
As all the traditional title rivals faltered, Arsene Wenger and co. were faced with a bunch of upstarts from Leicestershire and their old North London foes. All that was required was to string a run together, something Arsenal can do with consummate ease when Top 4 is required, but alas, it seems to be the impossible feat. Arsenal have coughed and spluttered to being 11pts off top with a game in hand, their title tilt all but over for another season. Continue reading “Arsenal’s Title Tilt All But Over”