Hello & welcome to GW34 & this week is another bumper double game week with Chelsea, Liverpool, Leicester &….err….oh yes, Hull each stepping out twice over the next few days. I can already hear frantic clicking of FPL managers snapping up all those Foxes & Tigers.
But who’s going to shine this weekend? Will Jose risk Costa? Is Loic Remy really injured or is he still sulking because he couldn’t hit an Audi wing mirror from 20 yards?. And can LVG top his spectacular post match interview from last weekend? I believe the F.A. have reviewed his comments & as they couldn’t understand a bloody word of them they won’t be taking any action…….this time.
All that aside, a quick look back at last week’s result saw the Industrial Groove Machine take the spoils by +38 points & propel themselves into a 565 point overall lead which, mathematically speaking…..I’ll stop there
The pitch at the Stadium of Faith has been bathed in glorious sunshine all this week & so the sprinklers are in full flow. Well, I say sprinklers. I mean lengths of regular hose pipe with random nail holes in that I nicked from the local garden centre. Suffice to say the surface is like slick carpet, complete with red wine stains & trodden in piece of Mars Bar near the far corner flag. Otherwise we’re ready to roll
Welcome one. Welcome all & to quote Nigel Pearson, “The remaining games will have a cup-feel”. Albeit a chipped tea-cup.
The result was the only thing that was not going in my way, and of course finishing the chances. That is what counts it football; it is not counting the performance. When you win in sport you can say everything, you can do everything and especially in England you can say anything. I think is not only performance but result that counts, and that I have told.
She's furry with claws, no protection required - I have the virtual scratches as proof!!
Don't think Fabregas appreciates the level of abuse he will get on Sunday, claiming he will never play for Chelsea and saying "if you ever see me in a Chelsea shirt, shoot me" made us love him more. We understood his reasons for joining Barcelona, but, claiming Barcelona didn't want him to leave then signing for the one club he said he would never play for is a huge kick in the teeth, especially as Arsenal and Barcelona are the two clubs that will "always be in his heart", he now seems like just another football mercenary.