So the honeymoon is over then?
That's more or less been my exact thought for the last 105 premier league games, and don't get me started on the Cups.What I can't understand is why did (most of) the players not think it is really important to respond to a new manager by going all out 100% to show what they can do and put a marker down for the future, even if it's only to get a higher value when they leave? They all should have come off that pitch puking with the amount of effort they had put into the game. Guess next week at home will be a better gauge of what's going on but to me this don't look at all good from a team morale/motivational point of view...
It’s the Premier League.According to some one here, the Premiership is so easy to navigate that a new manager can get a faltering side playing over and above its form in three days. Either that, or some people on here are arrogant enough to believe that we should be going to Watford and beating them fairly easily. Strange...
I enjoyed the 3-4-3 personally and think that's exactly how we should set up....
Has it ever been called the Premiership? I thought the name change in 2007 was from the FA Premier League to just the Premier League.Only since 2007. So it's a bit too soon to expect everyone to have heard about the name change.
Yes. Until 2007 it was called the Premiership in the UK, but the Premier League in the rest of the world.as it ever been called the Premiership?
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