Monday, April 14, 2008

England: Sunday's EPL Games

It's been mentioned before on SSN that when Arsenal take a lead it's those players who should be showing some calm and experience who start panicking. And so it was yesterday with Gallas. That apart, Arsenal were outstanding, out-playing Utd for most of the game. Fabregas and Hleb were masterful down the middle, but while they got away with a handball for the goal, fortune just isn't on the Gunner's side at the moment. Meanwhile, down the M62 the Anfield soap opera rolls on...

Sir Alex Ferguson admitted his side's 2-1 victory over Arsenal puts them in a formidable position in the title race
United in control of their destiny

An enthralling game at Old Trafford has left United in the box seat in the title race, and Arsenal wondering what might have been.

Arsène Wenger last night conceded his title hopes were extinguished yesterday, although he hinted that his next assault on the title will be with the same group of young players
'I'm no idealist – we must win trophies,' says Wenger

Richard Jolly's view
United take spoils as Gunners misfire

Fernando Torres scored again, but it was the captain who stood out as Fabio Capello watched on
Gerrard takes charge after con-trick fails

Liverpool manager calls for urgent meeting between feuding bosses Gillett and Hicks
Benitez demands Liverpool crisis talks

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