3 December Results

I had checked the results on Wednesday and I was sitting pretty on a hefty total – with others not far behind. I looked at the final scores today and Arsenal losing at home to Brighton and Newcastle winning away at Sheffield I thought I had a shot at my first first [human] place for the season. But out of the pack and out of the blue, AB mustered TWO final day exacts to obliterate the field.

Supercomputers are taking over!!

I’ll post the aggregate standings after the results this next weekend.

Comments on the Week

“The game has changed. This game now is completely different to what I experienced as a 16-year-old lad as an apprentice. This game in a heartbeat has changed. I don’t know where it is going and it is sucking the life out of me and the supporters.”

Chris Wilder

I think I’m with Chris Wilder on this one. If VAR was just fixing broken issues I think we would all support it but the reality is that it’s not fixing everything and adding new breaks. Goes have been questionably allowed and some with obvious failure (Southampton against Watford) and some with dubious definition of single phase of play with a minimal margin of play, some reviews just missed.

I won’t go as far as saying VAR is ruining the game but it drastically reshaping my interest

ME: “Merseyside derby should be the cause of another sacking! “
Good call…. I think we can expect Richarlison to express desire to leave very soon.

2 Replies to “3 December Results”

  1. Arsenal – have two players who are not very good. Hector Bellerin or whatever his name is and that £300,000 a week player with the funny eyes. Such poor quality crosses. If the coach can’t see this then why is he getting paid to coach. It’s so obvious they just either don’t care or don’t have the ability or both.

    1. I don’t think Ozil is bad but it’s hard to know with limited playing. Bellerin was good about 2-3 years ago and I’m not sure what happened – injury/confidence? I know that Barcelona decided he wasn’t good enough to even consider so *shrug*

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