Wed, January 4th 2006

Only 4 days into the new year Wenger and Ferguson have conceded the title to Chelsea. Liverpool could move into second place above Man U if they win their games in hand.


Mon, December 19th 2005

Mourinho-Wenger soap opera disguises Arsenal woe

The almost comic, love-to-hate relationship between Mourinho and Wenger has managed to divert attention from Arsenal’s disastrous first half season.

Arsenal are now 8th in the league, twenty points behind leaders Chelsea.

From a team who went unbeaten (and looked unbeatable) a couple of seasons ago they have already lost 6 of their 16 games this season.

They have lost 3 games in row for the first time on over 10 years and have not scored in their last 4 games.

I’m sure Wenger will be given longer to fix things than other managers would due to his success in recent seasons and his ability to hugely improve players that he signs. He a hugely talented manager, but given the current psychological hold his Chelsea rival currently has over him, you wonder whether he will want to stick out for many more seasons.

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Fri, December 16th 2005

Why Alex Ferguson won’t talk to the BBC

After walking out of a press conference after 74 seconds, Ferguson is in danger of burning his bridges with the national press.

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