After 38 rounds of play another Barclays Premier League season is in the books.
Manchester United won their 20th top flight and their 13th Premier League championship. In the sober light of day this one will go down as testament to the………
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A British politician once said that “a week is a long time in politics.” That sentiment is easily shifted to sport and there is no better example than the last seven days in English football.
Last week at this time the focus was on the fight for the last two Champions League spots, the FA Cup Final and who was to be relegated along with QPR and Reading.
Over the last seven days the fight for the Champions League has narrowed to one of Tottenham Hotspur or Arsenal; Wigan upset the odds by beating Manchester City in the Cup Final; the last relegation spot will be one of Wigan, Sunderland or Aston Villa.
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As the English season draws to a close only one team sits at the crossroads of the three things that have yet to be decided; the two remaining Champions League spots; the FA Cup Final; the last relegation spot.
One of the two Manchester teams? No
Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea? No again
Spurs, Aston Villa? No
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