Premier League weekend, 22-23 Sept: Ten conclusions


24th, September 2007


1 Fulham’s Craven Cottage is the place to go if you want six-goal thrillers. First a 3-3 draw with Spurs, a couple of weekends ago, and then another six-goal fest against Sven’s Man City this weekend. Thaksin Shinawatra and Mo Al-Fayed (pictured) seemed to enjoy it anyway.
2 Avram Grant won’t be Chelsea manager come the end of the season. Although his team performed decently at Old Trafford, he already looks beleaguered.
3 Bolton’s draw with Tottenham probably saved the skin of both Sammy Lee and Martin Jol, although both men are still living on borrowed time.

4 Emmanuel Adebayor what’s happened to him? Um, I know if I draft him into my fantasy team, that will scupper his fine form… seemed to work for Robin van Persie anyway.
5 As a Spurs fan, I would love nothing more than to see the staggeringly good

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  1. Leonard Hatred says:

    Unfortunately, the utterance of the phrase “as a Spurs fan” immediately renders any comment about Arsenal Football Club null and void. ;)

  2. Its Up For Grabs Now! says:

    Actually, our toughest fixture was Blackburn away. You see, Sp*rs are a wee bit shite to be considered tough opposition.

  3. louisquatorze says:

    Well, Arsenal are the richest club in England now…how about we buy Messi and team him up with Cesc in London?