- May 5, 2004
They still won though. We’d be happy with getting three points like that this time of the season. I’d take winning on Saturday exactly like that for instance.Gifted a goal and a man advantage and they still only scraped through, they will have to work harder to get results in the coming fixtures. I am actually more confident after that game than I was before and I was already one the most upbeat ones on here .
That's away to quite possibly the best team in the world right now though. Not away to a Watford side with ten men for 80 minutes featuring Ben Foster doing his best CoCo the Clown impression.They still won though. We’d be happy with getting three points like that this time of the season. I’d take winning on Saturday exactly like that for instance.
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That’s not too likely. Arsenal and Chelsea have straightforward home games while we go to City. But even if those results go against us winning our last 4 winnable games will be enough whatever happens.If we can remain in the top 4 after next round of fixtures I can start to feel confident
I cant see Man U picking up 12pts to be honest.
Ultimately, the wealthier clubs can afford better attacking players, who can score goals, which is fairly difficult to do in football.Chelsea and Utd vs West Ham
Arsenal and Utd vs Watford
Arguably outplayed in all 4 games and yet all somehow won. Sucks but it's still in our hands, which is the main thing. Hopefully we have our fair share of good luck along the way too.
Well, not really. Man Utd beat West Ham with 2 penalties and West Ham having a perfectly legitimate goal disallowed. Arsenal beat Watford because the Watford keeper decided to blast the ball of an Arsenal player and into his own goal.Ultimately, the wealthier clubs can afford better attacking players, who can score goals, which is fairly difficult to do in football.
It's as simple as that, really.
That's why the clubs outside of the Top-6 struggle to finish in the top 6 spots and why attacking players are so expensive.