I’m walking from the bus-stop to work this morning and I see a group of guys around the newspaper stand looking quite bewildered that Arsenal are mounting a seemingly serious title challenge.
Chelsea fans, obviously. They seem to be everywhere. *rolls eyes*
Anyways, back to the news.
Donald Raheem Sterling according to the Daily Star, is in hot water for taking laughing gas before the game against Newcastle. Brendan Rodgers might go soft on him now after he scored a tidy goal in that game, Brendan surely wouldn’t want another exodus of a prize player; especially considering the fact that he had Liverpool fans laughing in the end. They’re all guilty I say!
Manchester City seem open to offers for
Pellegrini Yaya Toure and Samir Nasri says Daily Mail. I believe both are still pretty good players and bar the exorbitant salary we’d have to pay Toure and the unprecedented greed of Na$ri, I wouldn’t mind having them in our team.
Now someone’s having verbal diarrhea. Wayne Rooney’s telling Chelsea they’ll make minced meat out of them. The guy should chill, abeg. Taking out a survey yesterday on Google+ yesterday, I found out that a lot of Gunners would rather a Manchester United win than a Chelsea win.
To be sincere and realistic, what’s the probability that we’d win the league compared to the probability of coming 3rd? There’s more probability of us coming third with just one point ahead of Manchester United than us coming first with 7 points plus a game in hand compared to Chelsea.
Pause. Think about it…
Anyways, for what it’s worth, I don’t like the Chavs but I think they’ll win it.
In other news, Mirror says Rafa Benitez could be back in the Premier League as interim-manager for Manchester City while they ‘beg’ Pep Guardiola to come to dreary Manchester. I would like to say that if Benitz has any pride, he’ll stay at Napoli where he’s doing a pretty good job; where he seems wanted permanently and not in the interim.
Gareth Bale seems to be impressing Carlo Ancelotti so much so that the manager sees Bale playing a pivotal role in his plans for further Cup glory while Napoli are put on red alert by the possible ‘disposal’ of Skrtel from Liverpool.
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