Posts Tagged ‘epl’
May 12, 2013 by Sean Charles
Sean Bean narrates one of the most memorable adverts Sky produced for English football during the 90′s.
April 24, 2013 by Sean Charles
Manchester United cantered to their 20th league title on Monday night, ending the foregone conclusion the title race had become towards the final third of the season. The emphatic gap between United and City stands as a testament to the frightening consistency Ferguson’s side displayed this season. This in itself is an ode to the seemingly unending ability Sir Alex has of breeding winning teams time and time again. When you compare the two squads of the Manchester teams, there is no obvious difference in quality between the two. The difference lies only in the managers.
May 14, 2012 by Rami El Chamaa
May 13, 2012 by Kyle Brod
Two weeks ago, I made my predictions on the three key races going on in the English Premier League. I still stand by them, although there’s one pick that I would probably change if given the opportunity. My predictions were:
Manchester City wins the league
Arsenal 3rd/Tottenham 4th
QPR, Blackburn, and Wolverhampton relegated
This being said, here are the games to watch on Sunday, ranked from ten to one:
10-Blackburn at Chelsea
April 25, 2012 by Matteo Roberts
Congratulations to the 2012 Bundesliga champions, Borussia Dortmund. Though the Germans may have crowned their champions, most European leagues are still tightly contested. With most leagues winding down to their final weeks of action, I take a look at each title race and offer my speculation.
English Premier League: Two Team Race
Category Bundesliga, La Liga, Other Leagues, Premier League, Serie A | Tags: ac milan, barcelona, benfica, epl, fixtures, juventus, La Liga, ligue 1, lille, manchester city, manchester united, montpelliier, porto, prediction, psg, real madrid, sagres, serie a, table, winners
April 20, 2012 by Rami El Chamaa
A big thanks to Bearasaurus for this piece.
Newcastle making a strong run at Champions/Europa League Spots.
Liverpool running away from European competitions. A full 15 pts would have had them in 5th or 6th, level with Chelsea on points. Luckily they won’t be needing a placement spot with their League cup win.
Wigan climbing 5 pts clear of the relegation zone.
Blackburn diving from 16th to solidly within the relegation zone.