Archive for November, 2010


Commentary Liverpool V Tottenham

15:55: 5 minutes till we kick off.

Breaking News: Joe Cole will not be starting for Liverpool, he slightly injured his ankle in training.

Day round up so far: Chelsea 1 Newcastle 1.

15:58 We’re about to start.

Anticipation is gonna get the better of me soon. . . #

16:00 Jamie Carragher leads his side out on his 450th league appearance, interesting, isn’t it.

A twitter comment says “God save Paul Konchesky today, I’m afraid he’ll be ripped apart by Lennon!”
Very true!!!

1603: Liverpool gets us underway after Gallas has a last team talk with his fellow players. Match started a little late!

Apparently it is freezing in London at the moment, even though I love football I wouldn’t play in just shorts, maybe winter coat, scarf, gloves and hat I might have been persuaded for a bit of money. . .

16:08 Gallas passes back to Gomes but dosen’t seem to realise how close the keeper was, Gomes does well to clear the ball out of any danger.

16:10 As predicted, Lennon rips Konchesky apart, passed to Luka Modric who can only punt the ball into Reina’s hands.

16:12 Torres plays a lovely ball to Maxi Rodriguez, but the Argentine is a fraction offside.



The Premier League is well under way.  Chelsea were cruising at first but they have had a dip in form.  However their YOUNGSTERS managed to beat MSK Zilina in a close 2-1 win.  Man Utd seem to have Wayne Rooney back to form.  But a penalty is definitely not enough  to secure the support of fans and also to prove that he is good enough to have a regular starting place.

Man City and Arsenal in particular are not to be ruled out.  But Arsenal’s loss against Braga thanks to two goals from Matheus showed many weaknesses in Arsenal.  Money seems to be paying off for Man City. . .

Bolton have been impressive recently but I think we can rule them out of the title race.  Along side Bolton, Tottenham are fighting but Harry Redknapp’s claims are premature to say the least.

Liverpool are on one of their worst seasons, while Sunderland are enjoying a few recent wins.

Newcastle, Blackpool and Blackburn are competing around 11th place.  Newcastle’s bright start to the season after moving up from the Championship has slowed down, leaving them only mid-table contenders.

Aston Villa, Everton, Birmingham, West Brom and Fulham are poor this season and are fighting to beat the drop.

Wigan, Wolves and West Ham lie in the relegation zone.

My Predictions


Wigan, Wolves and Birmingham.

League Winner

Man Utd  Reason:  Because they are coming back to form with Rooney on the go you never know but then again you can’t rule out Chelsea, or Arsenal or even Man City.