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Long may that last and long may Jose Gunnar Solskjaer reign.
You should worry less about the league leaders and more about your own 6th place team getting schooled at home to West ham.With Hazard and Kante being fairly fresh only playing for around 30 minutes last night in the EL, people are talking about Palace taking points off City their is little talk of Chelsea taking points off Liverpool. Thy are going through aa good patch and Pool have not beat them in the PL in the last 5 years.
In 014 it was slippy StevieG which ruined their title, who could it be in 019, SlippyALi or SlippyVanD, SlippySA
Pipe down. Jose Gunnar is the man.I like Solskajer ....seems like a thoroughly decent bloke ....but i think
1.The problems at Man U run far far deeper
2. His tactical skills arent actually that great, and over a Season I think the expectations at Man U will not be met by him
Now back to the really exciting league ...The Championship!
I think that Liverpool at home must be favourites, the league reflects the way teams have played over the season and I think the points gap highlights Liverpool's improvement and Chelsea's flakiness. I'm not convinced by Sarri but I'd like to see him given a preseason to see if he can succeed with his style.The Liverpool v Chelsea game is an intriguing one. Could go any number of ways, including a Chelsea win. Chelsea do seem to have a bit of edge back after an extraordinary mid-season wobbler but then consistency has been the elusive unicorn for both clubs down the years. Brilliant one match, sometimes inexplicably iffy in the next game.