Man United's 'Invincible' run is statistically the worst in Premier League history
- Author: Julie Sanders Apr 08, 2017,
Apr 08, 2017, 16:01
These days, though, not so much. Arsenal may well be the most interesting story of the latter stages of the 2016-17 season.
Few players are breaking through into either the Blues' or City's senior set-up, and that doesn't look set to change just yet.
Mesut Ozil of Arsenal in action during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester City at Emirates Stadium on April 2, 2017 in London, England. We have a slightly superior goal-difference than both, and there's no guarantees they'll pick up consecutive wins, of course. That may even be beyond Sunderland's remarkable ability to survive when the odds are against them. It would also be a big middle finger to Spurs fans who have been getting over vocal with their hopes of leapfrogging the leaders, as if we needed more reasons to hope Chelsea win.
"Whoever wins the league will deserve to win the league". Still, the former Barcelona coach plans to take a handful of young players with him on tour this summer. I don't know exactly how many weeks he needs to come back but I think he is at the end of the part of the process to come back, so we will see. "We are trying to renew the contracts of all the talents we have". Here, he explains why Tottenham Hotspur made his list of heroes.
Arsenal's customary collapse this time of the year has left them short on confidence, with Arsenal Wenger's side having it all to do to avoid finishing outside the top 4 for the first time since 1995. The gap is only widening.
"He's been the match-winner again for Chelsea". Obviously they play less games than the other ones.
The fact that the game where Liverpool honored the passing of Ronnie Moran was also the Merseyside Derby seems entirely appropriate. They were out-shot and out-possessed. A good run-in and this could still be deemed a successful season.
Liverpool haven't qualified for the Champions League since 2014 when Klopp's predecessor Brendan Rodgers led Liverpool to a second-place finish.
"There is a co-ordinated effort from everybody to want to make this happen", said the Nigerian, whose opinions hold great sway with owner Roman Abramovich.
On the Crystal Palace defeat: "It's an important part of the season, but we have to continue in the same way, to work, to work very, very hard".
Manchester United went top never to be caught on 24th November when they last captured the Premier League trophy in the 2012/13 campaign, while 27th November was the all-important date for going top two years earlier in 2010/11. He paid the price with his job.
Yet with the likes of Pep Guardiola stating that Conte is "maybe the best" manager in the world, the offers will continue to flood in for Conte.