Glory, Glory, Man United

May 22, 2011 by staff 

Glory, Glory, Man UnitedGlory, Glory, Man United, To summarize the 2010-11 season Premier League in the simplest terms possible, it was a three? Horse race in which two of the runners were placed under the heaviest of the difficulties. Chelsea took only 11 points in 11 games at the turn of the year, while the performance of Arsenal, with only 11 points in his last 10 games, was as bad as he finished fourth in a three-horse race would imply. Manchester United suffered a wobble, but disappointments so long – in the worst wave of the season after his first defeat at Wolves, still managed 18 points from 30 possible – and that is why we were champions.

Not all races can end in a final stand, and just because United is only necessary to demonstrate the superior power of stay and have another award does not mean that all season was a procession persevering. With Manchester City to win his first trophy for 35 years, the Spurs will charge in Europe, Birmingham and Stoke enjoy the spotlight of Wembley and Liverpool goes back to the future with Kenny Dalglish was the bigger picture far from being boring, and that’s before starting any attention to the unique situation tight in the bottom of the Premier League which means today’s problems are completely downhill unpredictable.

If there is a downside to the Premier League turning the highest level of English football in a fairground attraction based on sensationalism frantic as fast? Paced comedy set in a giant circus is that the end of a season or even after just a few weeks, all monsters and shocks in a blur and the public loses its control over all used to pass the normal. Some believe that it is a monotonous and even boring, as if the season will not be remembered in a few years, when in fact it is easy to list six things before breakfast amazing that people still talk in the coming years. Gareth Bale electric performances in Europe, for example, or Manchester United fans tear down the flag of the City of ridicule non-achievement in the same week that unveiled a new Anfield.

Speaking of Anfield, who could have imagined that Dalglish would be back in charge at Liverpool, and doing well, in time to see Sir Alex Ferguson, surpassing the record of titles that helped to establish? Or that Ryan Giggs will not only continue to win medals 20 years after breaking into the United side, but playing such a crucial role in winning games? If it has been Paul Scholes last contribution to English football this season no one will forget in a hurry, and Blackpool must exit through the trapdoor of his campaign Sunday afternoon bold and refreshing and will stay open in memory of all right reasons.

Turning to events likely to be remembered for the wrong reasons, inertia Avram Grant and his team can embrace its early unenviable fate was one of the strangest places in recent years, and Scott Parker deserves all going to enjoy become the first player of the year to be relegated in a week. Arsenal fragility became the story of the second half of the season after receiving a 4-0 lead in Tyneside, and if the forgotten half of that game memorable was one in which players broke Newcastle Arsène Wenger pieces with the football without response time interval, the whole drama illustrates what later became cruelly apparent in the title run-in – is the choke that everyone remembers, not the poetry of anteroom.

Chelsea were far from their usual steel beings, too, and if it is true that the authority of Carlo Ancelotti was subtly undermined by the passivity with which he accepted the retirement of Ray Wilkins, is due to history as another objective own, or at least negative contribution of the club hierarchy. Remains to be seen if Fernando Torres £ 50m was made in the same game. Although the initial omens were not great, a summer of rest could still restore the front to its former glory. That’s what Chelsea is hopeful, especially because the 20 million pounds that went to David Luiz, while not quite bring the finished article they were expecting either.

There is time for both players, but Chelsea had the consolation prize for panic buying in the January sales, as Liverpool did the smartest piece of business in landing Luis Su? Rez. In terms of impact and results, raised eyebrows when Gérard Houllier spent 18 million pounds for Darren Bent quickly folded away when it became clear that without his goals Aston Villa would be in bigger trouble when West Ham, although the season deserves a whole will be remembered by the manager of Manchester United against the railing “kamikaze spending” as the signature of £ 6 million new Javier Hern? Ndez. No matter now to pay a little more for the unimpressive Bébé, Chicharito was good enough for both and still have been a great value to the individual prices of £ 13m.

There is still value in the market if you look hard enough. As the soundtrack of the summer is likely to be provided by Manchester City to send helicopters full of cash to shell Cristiano Ronaldo in the presentation, can only be a matter of weeks before the U.S. won a title season nineteenth disc with help of an old man? Fashion negotiation comes to be seen with nostalgia.

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